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frothing

[frȯ·thiŋ]
(engineering)
The producing of relatively stable bubbles at an air-liquid interface as the result of agitation, aeration, ebulliation, or chemical reaction; it can be an undesired side effect, but in minerals beneficiation it is the basis of froth flotation.
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The Aeroccino's provides simple frothing capabilities and rapid preparation time provides that can supply a wide-range of coffee-based recipes.
It is also perfect for frothing non-dairy milks including soy, almond, rice, coconut and more.
Capresso noted that while all the Jura-Capresso super-automatics include the more traditional barista-type frothing wand, some consumers prefer the convenience of the automatic system.
If milkfat hydrolysis occurs after pasteurization and homogenization, the potential exists to negatively affect frothing, McGregor said.
The Impressa Z5 also features a triple-insulated thermal milk container to keep milk fresh, cold and ready for frothing or steaming.
Easy to use, simply snap either the frothing disk or heating disk into the bottom of the milk pitcher, pour the chilled milk into the scratch-resistant non-stick milk pitcher and place the lid on top.
The attached steam espresso/ cappuccino maker has a swivel frothing tube, a removable drip tray and grid for easy cleanup, a four-cup glass carafe and a hinged dust cover.
Urethane spray (round and flat pattern), pour, packaging, and frothing equipment Probler gun has patented automatic air-purge, air-assisted trigger, and material shut-off valves, and fits all company's proportioners.
Urethane foam systems are available which utilize high-volume spray, pour, or frothing, as well as micro-shots to fill voids.
Although HFC-365mfc and HFC-245fa are at opposite ends of the usual boiling-point range for blowing agents, Solvay reports no serious problems of excessive frothing by HFC-245fa nor condensation of HFC-365mfc at low temperature.
This eliminates the waiting time between coffee and frothing.
The water then is heated for both extracting espresso and producing steam for frothing milk.