Model L1 - Silicone Liner
From Dairy Liners
SILCLEAR SILICONE LINERS will reduce your liner costs, increase both the productivity and longevity of your herd, and therefore improve the profitability of your dairy farm.
- Silclear liners do not 'creep' up the teat so they do not cause damage to the delicate secretory tissue at the base of the udder.
- Teats are not subjected to trauma or bruising; the soft supple silicone means all sizes of teat can be accommodated and milked efficiently and effectively.
- Tapered pre-collapsed section which closes gently to massage the teat instead of aggressively squeezing it like other liners.
Liners that last 10,000 milkings
Replace each liner after 10,000 milkings instead of every 2,500 as necessary for rubber ones; reduce the money you spend on liners by 50% and the time you spend replacing them by 75%.
See every detail during milking
Clear liners and shells - you can see what's happening where and when it matters. Clear visibility means you can see whether cows are milking properly, you can see any clotting or blood in each of the four quarters, allowing earlier and more accurate diagnosis and resolution of issues.
Improved teat condition
Unique Silclear patented 'drawing down' gentle massaging milking action instead of aggressive teat squeezing action of conventional liners. This means less teat end damage, less mastitis, improved cell counts and more valuable milk.
Lightweight but extremely tough polycarbonate shells; less teat and udder (bag) damage, more comfortable cows, less fidgeting in the parlour, more milk in the tank and less time spent milking; lighter clusters mean better working conditions for the dairyman - less risk of RSI.
Silicone - medical grade silicone material specifically developed by Silclear for the dairy industry over the last 25 years, easy to keep clean, does not perish or crack like rubber, tough and long-lasting; nothing in the silicone material to cause sores or lesions to the cows' delicate teat skin tissue; reduced risk of harbouring bugs and bacteria within the milk plant, so improved Bactoscans.