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Wards Pasteurizer
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Joel    Posted 06-19-2004 at 23:32:12       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I just picked up a Wards Quick Time Circulation type pasteurizer and I'm wondering how it goes together. I have the heating unit, the inner pail, a full cover to go on the unit and then what looks like a funnel that fits on the inner pail. I think I understand that the unit is filled with water and the inner pail of milk is then placed in the water and put the cover on but what is the funnel like part for and where does it go?


Bkeepr    Posted 06-20-2004 at 07:33:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
I have never seen a Wards, but I've got one from the company that probably made yours. The funnel thingy probably is used to fill the water jacket. Once the pasteurizer cycle is complete it is important to cool the milk down as quickly as possible or else it'll change flavor so you run cold water through the outer jacket for about 20 minutes.

I'm guessing if you contact Lehman's (they still sell home pasteurizers) you can get a copy of instruction manual. It'll help you a lot.

god luck,
Tom A


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