It graphs the way it should...



    An unique digitally controlled phased system minimises vacuum consumption while still providing gentle teat massage. The pulsation system is one of the most important components in the milking plant. Dairymaster's research focuses heavily on both design and testing to optimise operation of the pulsation system.

    Our pulsation system is widely recognised as being the leader in reliability, consistency and easy maintenance. It doesn't stop here! Digital controllers display the pulsation rate and ratio on the front panel. The number of outputs in use is selected based on the size of installation. Vacuum consumption is minimised as a result of phased outputs. The rate and ratio are easily selected.

    An additional switch is provided to facilitate the flushing out of relays with water when the machine is serviced. This ensures that dirt deposits, which may build up and reduce the diameter of the pulsation tubes, will not interfere with the pulsation characteristics. One low maintenance, large capacity electronic relay is used for each two milking units. These electronic pulsators are specially designed for flushing out with hot water to maintain excellent pulsation graphs and better hygiene. An air filtration line interconnects the pulsators, which also helps to maintain hygiene. A special adapter is fitted to the end of the filtration line to filter the clean air supply.

    Scientific research shows that this is the most suitable teat end vacuum for both milking and rest phases. The vacuum profile obtained with Dairymaster pulsation is very similar the way nature intended.

    We have focused heavily on looking at the design of our milking equipment to ensure that it is suitable for many years. Increasing production and advances in genetics leads to many new challenges for milking technology which needs to keep ahead of these advances. One of the main advances in milking research has been the development of a milk flow simulator. Controlled measurements of vacuum and flow within a milking unit can now be taken in high flow situations to evaluate the response of our equipment to these challenges.

    We have tested our pulsation and cluster to the utmost degree in order to ensure that when used in combination you get the best performance and efficiency possible.