240cc Cluster w/ Medium Liners For Cows By Melasty
The milking claw cluster is compatible with any milking machine brand.
*The Milking claw features: 1 Milking claw 240cc, 4 soft silicone liners (For Medium size teats) for your cows comfort, 4 air tubes, 4 stainless steel shells and 2 blind stoppers.
*2 blind stoppers that you can use to milk only 2 teats when the others are sensitive.
24mm Top Mouth (Where the teat goes)
9 mm Bottom (Where the milking cluster leg goes)
12′ 1/4 Length
Satisfaction guarantee: 30 Day money back guarantee.
The liners for the 240cc Cluster w/ Medium Liners For Cows Combo are the only part of your milking equipment which is in direct contact with the animal. The quality and the characteristics of the liner greatly influence udder health milking performance, milk quality and hygiene.
It is very important to use the best possible liner type. Pay attention to the size of your cow teats. We classified our liners as small, medium and large. “Old and worn liners are seriously effect the udder health, milking performance and hygiene!” Melasty liners/inflations; are carefully produced from the highest quality materials and best rubber compounds tested in the laboratory to ensure correct composition to meet all legal requirements for food grade products approved and certified by RAL-Institute.
They are designed for a perfect fit to your milking system and proper massage to the teat ends. They can keep the needed physical properties during their working life, in ideal diameter, length, hardness and resistant to hard working conditions (-40 F/ +302F), besides their inner surfaces are very smooth, clean and contains no harmful deposits.
Melasty liners and tubes; are produced under the control of our laboratory and our standardization guarantee. We ensure always the same quality for each product you buy.
For animal health and milk quality DO NOT FORGET: To clean your liners correctly according to the instructions. To avoid using old and worn liners. To replace your liners at correct intervals each 6 months/750 hours/2500 milking.