How Does the Dairy Milking Machine Work?by Dfs India Dairy Farm Planning
The dairy milking machine is considered as the main part of the dairy farms nowadays. It does not means that people do not like the milking with the machines. In fact, the people who runs the dairy business as their profession, they incorporate the dairy milking machine in their business. There are several reasons due to which the people incorporate the milking machines in their work like the increased yield of milk, the better the quantity of the milk, better quality of the milk, reduced labour time, reduced expenses and many more. If you own a dairy farm business or just want to know for the sake of the knowledge (About the basic working of dairy milking machine). So here is the detailed working of the milking machine. Read further to know this.
The teats of the cow are attached with the silicon liner. After this, the connection occurs between the both and leads to the seal formation. After this, the pulsator valve creates the vacuum and leads to the opening up of the liner. This step leads to the flow of the milk. Do not worry about the teats of the cow because the teats are only in the connection with the liner.
The basic cycle of the operation is about sixty cycles per second. Milk from all the points of the teats of the cow get mixed at the point known as a claw. Along with this, the milk will flow towards and through the long milking line and after this, the whole milk will enters into the receiving jar. Although the air bubbles and pockets remain intact in the milk, so this is the point where all the bubbles get cleared. The milk from all the cows get mixed at this point and as soon as the receiving halls get filled, the whole milk will be pushed into a huge container of the milk.The milking machines are automatic which means that as soon as the machine will know that the udder has got empty, the machine will automatically shut down and will not distort the teats of the cow. The teats as well as the milk both can be saved at the same time. In the nutshell, having the milking machine is always an asset to the owners of the farms as well as to the labour of the farm
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