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The vacuum supplier is the driving force of a milk harvesting system. It is necessary for extraction and transportation of milk. It can also be used for some mechanical operations. Pump capacity is of great importance for high milking capacity, good udder health, proper plant cleaning and profitable quality milk.
Heavy duty and high performance pump
High capacity from 3000 to 6000 litres per minute
Environmentally friendly oil-free lobe pump
Complete, ready to install package.
For the farmer that cares about the environment.
Radically reduces oil emissions from the pump
Enables quieter operation of your VP vacuum pump
Easier on you, your employees, neighbours and cows
Improves pump lubrication
Capacity from 170 to 2500 litre per minute
The longest running most durable pump on the market, gives the minimum of downtime
Easily installed in groups for higher capacity
Soft noise kit available for even quieter operation.
The servo control system regulates the vacuum level with high precision - a pre-requisite for good udder health and a fast milk out.
A range of 1500 litres per minute to 4000 litres per minute of free air
Options available for remote air admission.
Fit a soft noise kit onto your VP74/VP76 and reduce the noise level by 40%. The soft noise kit fits onto your standard base plate and can be easily fitted by your serviceman.
We can offer replacement VP76 vacuum pumps, VP77 vacuum pumps and VP78 vacuum pumps. We also offer spare parts, including vacuum pump vanes, seals, oilers, lubricators and vacuum pump oil. Please contact us.
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