Measuring the moisture content in powdered milk is a key step toward maintaining quality. With low-moisture powders, chemical reactions happen so slowly that they don’t affect nutritional values even after years of storage! Here at MoistTech Corp, our IR-3000 series of online sensors are the best way to monitor the moisture content in milk powder.

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Our Sensors Utilize Near-Infrared Technology

In order to accurately measure the moisture in milk powder, our sensors utilize near-infrared (NIR) technology. This process is entirely non-destructive, meaning that the milk powder can be immediately used after measurement. There is no need for time-consuming and expensive laboratory testing.

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Why Use MoistTech’s Sensors?

There are many reasons to choose MoistTech’s sensors for measuring the moisture content in milk powder. First of all, our sensors are highly accurate. Additionally, our sensors are very easy to use. They can be integrated into existing production lines with minimal disruption. And, they require very little maintenance, meaning that you can focus on running your business, not on your moisture measurement equipment.

About IR-3000 Installation

Installing our IR-3000 sensors cannot be easier. This online sensor can be installed into any hopper, silo, conveyor belt, and more. Plus, it uses an external display that can also be hooked up to a monitor of your choice. 

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    The Benefits of Measuring Moisture in Milk Powder

    Investing in moisture sensors for your milk powder production comes with a variety of benefits, including the following.

    • Increased Product Quality
    • Lower Waste & Energy Costs
    • Process Optimization
    • Better Plant Efficiency
    • Improved Dryer Control
    • Less Downtime

    If you’re looking for the best way to measure the moisture content in milk powder, look no further than MoistTech’s IR-3000 series of online sensors! To learn more, contact us at MoistTech Corp today.