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Cow milking parlor
herringbonerapid exit

cow milking parlor
cow milking parlor
cow milking parlor
cow milking parlor
cow milking parlor
cow milking parlor
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Characteristics

Animal type
for cows
Type of stable
herringbone
Other characteristic
rapid exit

Description

Rapid exit herringbone stall construction combines the cow comfort with a faster milking. The zigzag pipes enable the animals to stand in a position with 30° angle to milking pit. There are quick entry and exit doors for the animals. 120×120 mm main support posts are connected between two sides. Support posts at each stall carrying the back plates gives a robust construction. All connection fittings and clamps are galvanized. There are 2 galvanized ladders for the milker at two ends of the pit. Fast exit doors swing up for easy and quick release of the cows. The chess bar is easily adjusted by telescopic structure on the exit doors. Posts per place at the back of the cow serves as installation point for per place identification as well as entrance identification antennas. The curb at the long sides of the pit can be supplied as hot-dipped galvanized or stainless steel. The pressurized pneumatic system will be used for the control of all of the entrance and exit doors. All the required pneumatic equipment including hoses, fittings, control valves, conditioners (lubrication-regulator) are included in the pack excluding the compressor and the airdryer. All construction is completely demountable and hot-dip galvanized. The special flexible design can nearly fit to every milking parlor. The structure consists of a straight galvanized pipe having the diameter of 48 mm (1½”), cast fittings, yoke holders and zig-zag iron frames, 2 operator stairs, entrance and exit doors. Connections and construction type makes the product durable and robust.

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