A time-saving solution to changing liners
Do you dread it when the time comes around for changing your liners, you either hate the job or find it difficult to fit it into you normal work schedule, well we have the perfect solution. A trained member of our team can come and do the job for you. This will not only give you more time to concentrate on your normal working day, but could also work out to be more financially viable.
To book this service at our normal hourly rates please contact us on: 01630 637171.
Let us worry about the date when your liners are due for a change
We currently operate an electronic record systems which alerts us to when our customers liners are due for a change. A majority of our regular customers are included in the system, however, if you aren’t included but would like to be added, please contact: Dairy Hygiene Specialist, Paul Turner, on 07976 987050. He will take the relevant details from you and add you to the register. The month prior to your change date Paul will contact you to check that your requirements haven’t changed, the order is then placed with GEA. This will ensure that your liners are delivered to you on farm ready for your change date and guarantees that they are the most current and up to date stock.
The following details will be required to enlist on the register:-
- Liner product number
- Number of cows
- Number of milking units
- How many times per day you milk
- Frequency of change
- Initial liner change date
GEA offers many rubber and silicone liners to provide the greatest milking performance
As the interface between the animal and the milking machine, liners and tubes must fulfil strict hygiene regulations. In order to withstand the high levels of mechanical stress and chemical exposure GEA liners and tubes are subjected to a comprehensive range of field tests and quality tests beginning during the initial development phases and continuing onward to the dairy arm.
Silicone Liners – outstanding material properties
Silicone’s low intermolecular forces lend it excellent chain dynamics. This provides the material with very high elasticity and pliability, properties that are retained evenafter long-term usage. This ensures that the liners remain highly flexible and capable of adapting to the cow’s highly sensitive teats.
Rubber Liners – For the greatest milking yields
The rubber liners are made of a special organic rubber and are available in single-part and multi-part versions (in combination with an inspection glass and a short milk hoses).