Robotic milking operations have the potential to reach new levels of efficiency with GEA’s proven In-Liner Everything technology. Every step of the milking process — stimulation, teat cleaning, forestripping, milk harvest and post‑dipping — is performed in a single attachment. This uniform, quick and comfortable process, all occurring within the teat cup, is key to harvesting excellent quality milk while maximizing the number of cow milkings within your robotic milking facility.
StimoPuls stimulation begins as soon as the teat cup attaches, at the same time as cleaning in an ideally timed sequence.
No shared cups or brushes
The combined action of the liner pulsating during simulation and the injection of water (or chemical pre-dip) into the liner head, cleans the soil load on the teat.
Five reasons why GEA invented and engineered In-Liner Everything™ technology.
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Every teat, every cow, every milking
The first few streams of milk extracted from the teat undergo a rigorous evaluation procedure through a system of milk sensors.
As with any GEA milking system, our goal is to maximize milk flow rates for a fast milking session while protecting teat-end health.
Prevent Overmilking Teat by Teat
Teat dip is applied through the liner head and a burst of air pushes dip from the dip valve toward the teat, coating the sides and teat-end.
Superior protection between milkings
The In-Liner Everything™ process replicates the ideal prep procedure you use today for milking operator training – but now it is 100% process controlled on GEA robotic milking systems. Click here to read more about In-Liner Everything – only from GEA!
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