The milking cluster that sets new standards
Minimized vacuum losses
Drastically reduced risk of infection
Biological relief of the teat tissue with every pulsation through controlled teat cup liner movement and a stable course of the milking vacuum similar to the pulsation curve.
Natural, active resistance against bacteria through gently milked-out udders and healthy teat tips without irritation.
Drastically reduced risk of infection from mastitis-causing pathogens through control of flow conditions in the milking cluster and backflow-free, separate milk transport.
No stress during milking and soothing milking technique through pulsator-controlled, rhythmic inlet of relief air below the teat tip.
Better stimulation of the cow during milking through additional longitudinal teat massage, similar to hand milking.
Optimal evacuation even of the upper areas of the mammary gland through gentle milking conditions at the udder.
Higher milk flow despite low vacuum (36 - 38 kPa) through teat tissue that has been naturally softened through gentle milking and minimal vacuum loss even with a high-lying milking line.
Speedy, uncongested milk transport through precisely controlled air inlet in every teat cup and a special flow-optimized clawpiece.
Shorter routine times and calmer milking process through voluntary milk let-down and outstanding milk-out.