StimuLactor® makes individual quarter milking possible without the hassle of clawpieces. Through easy handling of the teat cups and their milk tubes, StimuLactor® ensures maximum operating comfort.
Optimally positioned teat cups with individual milk tubes are necessary to achieve a high milking level and to keep animals healthy.
The actuator is the secret of complete milking. This system requires little space and is suitable for side-by-side and narrow herringbone parlours.
Low vacuum for gentle milking (34 kPa)
Light teat cups and single-handed attachment
Respectful to the animal’s and milker’s health
Much ruminating and little defecating
An outstanding milk yield and stimulated milking
High fat content through ideal milk-out
Smooth removal of the milk
Rhythmic up and down movements of the actuator and a nature-oriented vacuum of 34kPa are the best way to meet the biological requirements for animal-friendly milking.
Flaccid and loose udders at the end of milking serve as visible proof. Warm and well perfused teats assure the proper functioning of the teat canal as natural barrier against infections. This is clearly reflected by favorable somatic cell counts and teat conditions.
In association with a periodical air inlet, the actuator’s stimulation, which is transmitted to the teat cups and the udder, guarantees an optimal emptying of the mammary glands. The cows are calm and relaxed.
The missing clawpiece makes milking handy and effortless. Using only one hand each teat cup is picked up and attached either from the side or from behind, depending on the milking parlour.
The milker’s back and shoulders are relieved. Child’s play instead of cumbersome bending of the tubes in order to avoid air intake and prevent milk droplets to back-spray into the udder.
The teat cups are manually put into the cleaning device. After the rinsing cycle, StimuLactor® automatically withdraws the teat cups. The liner‘s opening won’t be deformed. The lip of the liner – a sensitive detail – is cleaned from the inside and out- side before air-drying. There is no need for the milker to come back to the milking parlour after the cleaning procedure.
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