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Vacuum Pump, 250L/Min for Cow Milking Machine Milker Bucket Tank Barrel with Belt Pulley 800 LPM

Original price was: ₹60,000.00.Current price is: ₹54,000.00.

A vacuum pump is a crucial component of a milking machine, creating and maintaining the necessary suction for efficient and hygienic milk extraction from dairy cows. Its reliability and proper maintenance are essential for ensuring the overall effectiveness of the milking process on dairy farms.

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  • Function:
    • A vacuum pump creates and maintains the necessary vacuum or negative pressure within the milking system. This vacuum is crucial for gently extracting milk from the cow’s udder during milking.
    • It ensures a consistent and controlled suction force that mimics the natural sucking action of a nursing calf, stimulating milk let-down and ensuring efficient milk extraction.
  • Types:
    • Rotary Vane Pump: Commonly used in milking machines due to their reliability and ability to maintain a steady vacuum level. They operate by using rotating vanes to create suction.
    • Centrifugal Pump: Less common in milking applications but sometimes used in larger dairy operations. They use centrifugal force to create vacuum.
  • Components:
    • Motor: Powers the pump, usually electrically driven.
    • Pump Body: Contains the internal components such as vanes or impellers that create the vacuum.
    • Oil Reservoir: In rotary vane pumps, oil is used to lubricate and seal the vanes. The reservoir needs periodic maintenance to ensure proper lubrication.
    • Air Filter: Prevents contaminants from entering the pump, ensuring reliable operation and longevity.
    • Exhaust Port: Where air and any moisture removed from the system are expelled.
  • Operation:
    • The vacuum pump starts operating when the milking machine is turned on. It begins creating suction, which is transmitted through vacuum lines to the teat cups or clusters attached to the cow’s udder.
    • The vacuum level is carefully regulated to ensure optimal milking efficiency without causing discomfort or injury to the cow.
  • Maintenance:
    • Regular maintenance is essential to ensure the vacuum pump operates efficiently and reliably:
      • Oil Check and Change: For rotary vane pumps, monitoring and changing the pump oil as recommended by the manufacturer.
      • Air Filter Cleaning/Replacement: Ensuring the air filter is clean to maintain proper airflow and prevent pump damage.
      • Inspection: Regular inspection for wear and tear, and replacing worn-out parts promptly to prevent downtime.
  • Benefits:
    • Efficiency: Ensures consistent and effective milking process, reducing milking time and labor.
    • Hygiene: Helps maintain milk quality by providing a clean and controlled environment during milking.
    • Animal Comfort: Proper vacuum control ensures minimal stress and discomfort for the cows during milking.

Product Specification:-

Milk Extraction Applicable To Cow
Automation Grade Manual
Number of Buckets Single Bucket
Milking Cluster Single Cluster
Voltage 220V 50hz..
Sucking rate 250 L / min
Max Rotate speed 1440 r / min
Weight 17 kg
Size 26*26*40 cm
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