Indian dairy industry gets first indigenous dual ultrasonic sensor-based milk analyser

It can interface with any commercially available data processing unit & dairy software, including selectable data format

Bengaluru-based Essae Teraoka, a joint venture with Teraoka Seiko of Japan, has launched the first ‘Made In India’ dual ultrasonic sensor milk analyser – Essae MA-825 for the dairy industry.

“The MA-825 is a state-of-the-art machine, industrially designed in Germany, fully engineered and built in India, aesthetically and elegantly styled, and very simple to use. The MA-825 comes with a dual ultrasonic sensor for quick & precise measurement of fat, solids non fat (SNF), and added water content analysis of milk samples.

Essae’s USP is that the ultrasonic sensors used in these analysers are entirely conceived, engineered, and built-in in India, unlike other players who import these. Another uniqueness of the MA-825 is that it analyses samples and shows results in flat 23 seconds at 30 degree celsius,” said Prabhu Chandran, Managing Director, Essae Teraoka.

“With the MA-825, there is absolute transparency in how the milk is analysed, maximising the help of technology and digitalisation. With state-of-the-art technology in play, there are zero sampling errors ensuring farmers are satisfied. Farmers are also made aware they are getting paid as per what is shown,” he added.

Further, Essae MA-825 milk analysers are on par with the significant advancements in technology and design, cost-efficient, hygienic, and compliant with regulatory recommendations.

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