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For individual attention!

For dairy farmers who consider it important that each and every cow gets the attention she deserves. From a basic manual system right through to full automation the GEA Farm Technologies tandem parlour offers the ultimate in stress-free milking.

Animal Changeover
The animals enter and leave their milking boxes independently from each other. No more waiting for slow milkers or pecking order problems. The result is a smooth, calm and continuous milking process.

Workplace
Not only is the environment comfortable for the cows but it is also one of the most comfortable for the operator. With plenty of room to move, minimal noise and a well balanced work load, the tandem parlour presents one of the nicest working environments for the milker.

MultiLine
The MultiLine stainless steel shrouding houses the pulsators, ACR cylinders, control valves, vacuum line and cabling. The streamlined design offers excellent protection from dust, dirt and moisture. It also minimises service and maintenance cost and lowers the noise level inside the parlour. The smooth surface is extremely easy to clean.

MultiLine comes preassembled and is quick and easy to install.

 

 

AutoTandem Milking Parlour
Side-By-Side Global 90i  

The ultimate in relaxed milking!
The tandem parlour at its best. With fully automated cow movement the operator is free to concentrate entirely on the milking process.

These are just a few of the outstanding benefits:

  • Stress-free milking with highest comfort for animals and operator
  • Efficient cluster use means high throughput per milking unit
  • Separate stalls enable individual attention with good visibility of the whole animal

The AutoTandem Workflow
The sequence below describes the smooth milking process:

Sequence of Operation

  1. Once the light sensor has detected the cow, the central entry gate closes automatically and the animal is directed into the empty milking box through the open entry gate
  2. The box entry gate closes behind the animal and the cow is now in the perfect milking position ready udder preparation and cluster attachment.
  3. At the end of milking the automatic cluster remover pulls the cluster gently from the udder.
  4. If there are no alarms requiring operator attention, the exit gate from the milking box will be opened automatically and the animal is free to leave the box.
  5. Once the cow has left the box, the exit gate closes automatically and the entrance gate opens again.
  6. The central entry gate then opens enabling the next cow to enter the box and the milking process can start again.

Optional:

  • Individual boxes in different layouts (for example in an L or U shape) or as a one-sided milking parlours, without losing any of the functionality.
  • Passageway control ensures a cow leaving the parlour is not directed into an empty stall - recommended for four or more stalls per passage.
  • The MultiBoard stainless steel panelling houses the pulsators, ACR cylinders, control valves, vacuum line and cabling. The streamline design offers excellent protection from dust dirt and moisture.
 
G. D. & M. Dunglinson, Brunstock, Carlisle CA6 4QG - (01228) 524918

 

 

   
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