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Melasty Motor/Vacuum Pump DELUXE

$1,099.00

Milk 1 or 2 cows

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Description

Melasty Fixed System Vacuum Pump

The pump is designed to be placed in a milking station and be connected to a PVC tube to canalize the vacuum air to the milking buckets.

The pump comes with the connector to the PVC. Please notice buckets are not included. If you already have milking buckets but you need a good motor and pump this is the best choice for you!

The pump has the capacity to milk 1 or 2 cows at the same time. If you need the milking buckets to complement your milking equipment  please review our bucket for fixed system.

Technical Features

Chasis

Length (cm) : 51

Width (cm): 33

Height (cm): 77

Weight (Kg): 34.5

Vacuum Pump:

Engine Power (KW): 0.55 KW

Rotating (rpm): 1450 rpm

Voltage (V): 110V

Flow Rate (L/min):180-200

Palette Type: Graphite

Palette Size (mm): 80X43X4.9

Tank Capacity (L): 18

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How the milking system works

The milking system is divided into the milking side and the pulsator side.  When the system is turned on, vacuum is created everywhere by a vacuum pump that removes air from the system.  When the cows are not attached to the milking system, the vacuum created will be the same on both the milking side and the pulsator side of the system.  When the cows are attached to the milking system by the milking claws, milk and vacuum are present on the milking side.

This will cause the vacuum on the milking side of the system to be somewhat lower than the vacuum on the pulsator side.  The pulsator side will never have milk, only vacuum or air.

The easiest way to understand the milking system is to look at the action taking place at the teat cup level.   There are 4 teat cups with liners attached to the milking claw.  The area between the liner and the claw is part of the pulsator side of the system.  The area between the teat and the liner is on the milking side of the system.   The pulsators are devices that sit on top of the pulsator lines on the pulsator side of the system.  They alternately expose the area between the liner and the shell to air and vacuum.