Milking Cluster Classic 300

The Classic 300 and Classic 300E milking clusters make milking both gentler and more efficient. Their modular design means that they can be adapted flexibly and easily to changing conditions.

The right milking cluster for the cow: an overview of the benefits of the Classic 300/Classic 300 E milking clusters

  • Direct milk flow without unnecessary detours: for gentle milk treatment
  • Can be expanded flexibly as part of a modular system
  • Durable, food-safe materials that are built to last and are resistant to acids and impacts
  • Classic 300 E milking cluster: specialized cluster for narrower teat configurations

GEA has designed the Classic 300 and Classic 300 E milking clusters to be robust yet comfortable. They are gentle on the udder and ensure that the milk flows quickly and efficiently. The cow is always our focus: Milking is both fast and gentle. This ensures that subsequent milking processes also result in a high yield and that the cow produces consistently large volumes of high-quality milk.

Classic 300/Classic 300 E milking clusters: durable materials, made to last

The Classic 300 and Classic 300 E milking clusters are made from high-quality materials that ensure the products will last. GEA uses stainless steel and silicone, which is resistant to acids and adjusts to fit the udder perfectly. The stainless steel is impact-resistant and easy to clean, which makes later working steps much easier.

One key benefit of the Classic 300 milking cluster is its modular design: You can expand and adjust it to suit your operation. This ensures that milking with the Classic 300 and Classic 300 E milking clusters always runs smoothly, even if the udders have an unusual configuration.

Classic 300 cluster for normal udders and Classic 300 E for narrower teat configurations

Some high-performance cows have a narrower teat configuration, often in the rear quarters. The Classic 300 E helps you to milk these animals just as well as any others. If features a claw with closer fittings for the rear quarters. As a Total Solutions provider, GEA offers every cluster as a modular system so that you can easily adapt your Classic 300 / Classic 300 E to the different udder shapes in your herd.

Fits to every teat position


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Cluster & Hoses

Cluster & HosesThe standard teat cup liners (ClassicLiner) and silicone liners (ClassicPro) for our Classic 300 milking cluster and standard milking clusters!
ClassicLiner (teat cup liner)
Classic Liner Rubber

Classic Liner Rubber

ClassicLiners are available in single and multi-part (combined with inspection glass and short milk hose) versions. ClassicLiners are available in different sizes depending on the:

Shaft Ø / Head opening Ø / Outer head Ø

ClassicPro (silicone liners)
Classic Liner Silicone

Classic Liner Silicone

ClassicPros are available in multi-part (combined with inspection glass and short milk hose) versions. 

ClassicPros are available in different sizes depending on the: 

 Shaft Ø / Head opening Ø / Outer head Ø

 Your specialist sales representative will be happy to help you choose the right liners for your herd!

GEA offers a range of solid, high-quality, food-safe hoses for milk production:

Our product portfolio includes:

  • Short rubber vacuum hoses 
  • Short rubber milk hoses
  • Long milk hoses made from rubber and silicone
  • Long vacuum hoses made from rubber and PVC

 Depending on the application and requirements of your operation, GEA gives you the choice of silicone, rubber and PVC hoses. Every hose is:

  • Durable and long-lasting
  • Available in different lengths and diameters, as well as by the meter.

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