Milk Monitoring

Achieve the best quality and grade of milk with the connected tank guard: Retrofit it to optimise cooling, measure temperature in the milk, and be advised of tank malfunctions.

Milk Temperature Sensor Chain

Sensor chain with 7 temperature sensors, placed inside of milk tanks up to 12.000 litres of capacity

Local warning light

Beside alerts the local warning light informs about problems

Gateway, APP & Web-Portal

2G Gateway to transfer data to the Deepfield Platform, APP and Web-Portal to view and analyze temperatures

All Deepfield Connect products incl. free weather data and unlimited user
All packages include the required rental hardware which is provided during the contract period:
  • 1x Temperature chain & Warning Light + Gateway

  • Free Weather data
  • Unlimited user, unlimited locations
  • Default and custom alerts

Your benefits at a glance

Keep the quality of your milk consistent with Deepfield Connect.

Avoid quality-related reductions in your milk revenue

Milk quality

Optimum storage conditions for your milk have a positive impact on quality and yield

Dual alerting

The app and the warning light call your attention to problems with the cooling system, agitator, and tank cleaning.

Convenient remote access

View local real-time data on your smartphone and share it with employees and advisors

Risk detection

Identify potential risks by accurately measuring the temperature directly in the milk before these risks turn into issues

Do-it-yourself installation

You can install the system in just ten minutes. It is suitable for standard horizontal tanks

Certified by the Fraunhofer Institute

Qualification certificate for Deepfield Connect Milk Monitoring
The milk tank guard ('DF Milk Monitoring') complies with the recommendations for clean and hygienic production and fulfils the conceptual and design recommendations of EHEDG, ISO 14159 and 1672-2. Alongside its suitability for hygienic areas up to clean room class A, it has also met the European EU 2002/72/EC as well as the US FDA 21 CFR 177.1550 standards for hygiene. The FEP (fluoroethylene propylene) material used is particularly suitable for common sterilization methods due to its corrosion and chemical resistance as well as its good surface and cleaning properties.

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