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Stainless Steel Milk Churn (50 Litre)

£107.31

The Stainless Steel Milk Churn from AB Handling is a fantastic piece of equipment for anyone in the dairy industry. These quality stainless steel milk churns will allow you to transport up to 50 litres of unpackaged milk over both long an...

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Stainless Steel Milk Churn (50 Litre)

The Stainless Steel Milk Churn from AB Handling is a fantastic piece of equipment for anyone in the dairy industry. These quality stainless steel milk churns will allow you to transport up to 50 litres of unpackaged milk over both long and short distances, with no spills and no toppling over.

Milk Churns are ideal for all types of enhanced dairy operations. Available in a variety of sizes, see also:

Stainless Steel Milk Churn (10 Litre) and Stainless Steel Milk Churn (25 Litre) from AB Handling.

If you're a well-established business looking to store and transport your unpackaged milk, look no further than AB Handling. Our Milk Churns are built to the highest quality- investing in the right stainless steel milk churn will be highly cost-effective in the long term.

1. What is a milk churn used for?

A milk churn is used for transporting varying volumes of unpackaged milk or other liquids.

2. How big is a milk churn?

The size of milk churns depends on the volume they are designed to hold. We stock milk churns in 10ltr, 25ltr, and 50ltr sizes.

3. What are milk churns made of?

Our range of milk churns are made from stainless steel. Stainless steel construction helps protect the milk churn and contents inside. Having a stainless steel composite also makes the churn easy to clean. Milk churns could also be made from plastic.

4. Who invented the milk churn?

The milk churn was invented by Sir George Barham in the late 1800s.

5. How heavy is a full milk churn?

Typical milk density is 1.03kg per litre. The weight of a full milk churn would depend on the size. Our mid-range stainless steel milk churn is 25ltr, so the full weight content of the milk churn would be 25.75kg.

6. How do I clean my milk churn?

Both the inside and outside of a milk churn can be cleaned using warm water and soap. As our milk churns are made from stainless steel, this makes them easy to clean with no lasting odour.

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