The muffler plays an important part when milking, reducing the noise to keep the animals calm.
Is located at the top of your vacuum pump.
Please pay attention to the dimensions when it is time to replace it because we offer 2 different sizes according to the dimensions of the hole on your vacuum pump.
Outside Diameter: 1′ 1/16 In
Inside Diameter: 1′ In
Width: 3′ 1/2 In
Height: 5′ 1/2 In
You can open your muffler and find an aluminum sponge inside that can be cleaned with water. You can find some graphite debris coming from the vacuum pump. One of the main questions from our customers are if our milking machines work with oil because they see some black liquid coming out from the muffler. When milking some condensation happens inside of the vacuum pump that can be transferred to the muffler. This is not Oil. That’s why it is important to dry your vacuum pump at least 1 per month, to keep your graphite pallets dry.
What is the purpose of a muffler?
Muffler, also called silencer, device through which the exhaust gases from an internal-combustion engine are passed to attenuate (reduce) the airborne noise of the engine.
What does muffler mean in milking machines?
Answer: Mufflers are part of your milker exhaust system and is located on the top of your vacuum pump. They aid in dampening milking emissions and engine noise. … Mufflers are used mainly to dissipate the loud sounds created by the engine’s noise. Reducing the noise will allow the cow to be relaxed when milking.
Will removing muffler damage engine?
Quick answer – muffler delete will not ruin your milker and will not cause any engine damage. Although exhaust leak or rusting may happen if a poor welding job is done. Contrary to popular belief, muffler delete will not gain you any horsepower – all it does is make your exhaust extremely loud.