Sanitised liners presented in correct orientation, ready for milking.
INVENT STARTS MONITORING THE VACUUM
Continuously monitors and controls vacuum levels on each individual teat.
DIP IS APPLIED TO THE TEAT
As the vacuum is shut off, teat dip is injected into a manifold on the clawpiece. Dip is applied to the teat at the optimum angle.
TEAT DIPPED AND PROTECTED
Teat is dipped and protected within seconds of milking being completed before exposure to harmful contagions in the environment.
CLEANING PROCESS COMMENCES
After removal every liner is sanitised and thoroughly rinsed six times ready for the next cow.
In the illustration shown below, ADF InVent (shown on the left) introduces clean, filtered air into the liner to pull vacuum levels back into the safe zone enabling milk to flow as fast as possible. In the conventional milking cup (shown on the right) the teat is congesting and impeding milk flow.
The chart below shows just how effective ADF InVent is at increasing milk flow.
We asked dairy experts to conduct independent assessments of the ADF InVent system. Their comprehensive testing programmes compare ADF InVent against an unvented milking system to look for differences in post-milking teat condition.