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 Portable Milking Machines For Dairy Farm 
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Portable Milking Machines For Dairy Farm
by: Ankur Shah





Milking machines are used to harvest milk from cows when manual milking becomes inefficient or labour intensive. The milking unit is the portion of a milking machine for removing milk from an udder. It is made up of a claw, four teatcups, (Shells and rubber liners) long milk tube, long pulsation tube, and a pulsator. The claw is an assembly that connects the short pulse tubes and short milk tubes from the teatcups to the long pulse tube and long milk tube. (Cluster assembly) Claws are commonly made of stainless steel or plastic or both. Teatcups are composed of a rigid outer shell (stainless steel or plastic) that holds a soft inner liner or inflation. Transparent sections in the shell may allow viewing of liner collapse and milk flow. The annular space between the shell and liner is called the pulse chamber.

Milking machines work in a way that is different from hand milking or calf suckling. Continuous vacuum is applied inside the soft liner to massage milk from the teat by creating a pressure difference across the teat canal (or opening at the end of the teat). Vacuum also helps keep the machine attached to the cow. The vacuum applied to the teat causes congestion of teat tissues (accumulation of blood and other fluids). Atmospheric air is admitted into the pulsation chamber about once per second (the pulsation rate) to allow the liner to collapse around the end of teat and relieve congestion in the teat tissue. The ratio of the time that the liner is open (milking phase) and closed (rest phase) is called the pulsation ratio.

Milking machines keep the milk enclosed and safe from external contamination. The interior 'milk contact' surfaces of the machine are kept clean by a manual or automated washing procedures implemented after milking is completed. Milk contact surfaces must comply with regulations requiring food-grade materials (typically stainless steel and special plastics and rubber compounds) and are easily cleaned.

Most milking machines are powered by electricity but, in case of electrical failure, there can be an alternative means of motive power, often an internal combustion engine, for the vacuum and milk pumps. Milk cows cannot tolerate delays in scheduled milking without serious milk production reductions.

Author of the article also offers state of the art products in the ever expanding field of Dairy Equipments.They thrive to deliver the highest quality of products that meets the international standards.

Krishna Industries are Leading ISO 9001:2000 Certifed manufacturer and exporter of Dairy equipments ,Stainless Steel Milk Cans,Milking Machines,Milk Buckets, Milk Pails, Stainless Steel Milk Cans, Stainless Steel Milk Collection accessories,Bulk Milk Collers.

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Krishna Industries is a leading Manufacturers and exporters of Stainless Steel Dairy equipments , Milk Cans,Milking Machines,Milk Buckets, Milk Pails, Stainless Steel Milk Cans, Stainless Steel Milk Collection accessories,Bulk Milk Collers,Milk Pasteurizers,Milk Processing plants.

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