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It is vitally important that your milking plant is cleaned efficiently after every milking. This is a key factor in maintaining high quality milk. The Hygenius™ Cleaning System ensures that all the essential factors of cleaning - water temperature, detergent, cleaning duration and water movement are automatically controlled in a consistent fashion to ensure the milking plant is cleaned with maximum effect.
Flushing pulsation gives better water flow and uses 15% less water than manual cleaning.
All in one unit is easy to use and will take up less of your time and less space in your dairy.
Electronic functions allow individual set up for your farm. Also fitted is an alarm, system analysis and timer start up.
Cleaning know how enables temperature, detergent, time and mechanical force to be automatically controlled. This gives consistent milk quality throughout the year.
Large model range allows you to choose the right size for your farm.
Efficient heating elements reduce electricity bill for water heating, and maintain correct wash temperature.
Automatic dosing of liquids maximises safety and can save up to 10% on detergent costs.
Optional extras allow you to add on extras that create a system just for you.
The Trombone Super Wash collects water into a 'slug' which is pulled at high speed through the milk line, back to the receiver. This slug provides full milk pipe contact and therefore, maximum cleaning efficiency. This is especially effective on large plants or large bore milk lines.
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