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[Gascoigne Melotte] [Introduction to robotic milking] [layout and spec.] [wallpaper]
The high quality GM milking technology is an integral part of the GM Liberty Zenith Automatic Milking System; like the pulsation and stimulation equipment, the Lectron 312, the Lectronic milk flow controlled stimulation and individual pulsation. If the milk flow does not start, the Lectronic increases the number of pulsations. GM has also developed its own specific liners which avoid teat damage by regulating the air supply to the vacuum chamber in the liner head.
Each box is provided with its own milking installation. There is a receiver assembly and milk pump in each box. Each installation is equipped with two milk lines; one for discharging the milk to the tank, the second to discharge milk that is to be separated. The boxes can be cleaned separately. The GM milking technology also includes conductivity measurement per quarter (all automatically recorded for you to see), which is an important management tool for mastitis detection and at the same time a good indication of milk quality and udder health.
The famous GM MR2000 automatic milk meters have a high capacity and are used on thousands of farms throughout the world. Naturally they are ICAR and NMR approved. Stainless steel is used for milk pipe lines, other tubing is made from food grade high quality silicone or E.P.D.M rubber.
Milk recording is now just a matter of a daily print out of yields for the herd, and the Milk Recorder only has to add the samples together from the recording boxes.
Please note that the GM liberty AMS has now been withdrawn from the market indefinitely.
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