D110 Milk Filter discs - KenAg brand - quantity of 400
The strainer works fine. And easy to use but when the strainer got made it did punch the whole in the bottom clean and have jagged edges and could cut yourself. That’s the only issue with it.
This will get the job done, but the edges are rough and the clamp doesn't fit perfectly. It's the cheaper option available here, and I suppose you get what you pay for. If you are ok with rough edges in order to save money, go ahead and get it.
This milk strainer does one important thing really well: it strains milk. It didn't come with any instructions, but I managed to figure out its operation: stainless steel strainer goes in first, then a paper filter, then squeeze and insert the "spring" to hold down the paper filter. It's got a large enough funnel that I don't often find myself splashing milk, and a large enough exit that I almost never have to wait for it to empty.
Do note that if you want to put your milk into canning jars, you'll need an adapter that steps down the size of its exit; this is sized for milk storage cans. Hamby does sell those adapters, and I've now got one on order.
The major downside I've found of this strainer is that the stainless steel it's made from feels a bit thin compared to a lot of the other stainless steel dairy equipment I've bought from Hamby. It's thinner than my milking bucket, my storage cans, and their lids. Hopefully it'll hold up over time, but it hasn't gotten dented or bent yet.
It strains well enough. I don't much care for the little wire that you fit in to secure the filter - pretty low tech. I was hoping for a little better quality but it works okay and I will use it.