W.E.T. Technology Reduces Costs and Improves Efficiency for Dairy Producers

April 13, 2009 07:00 PM

MINNEAPOLIS — A&L Laboratories, a leader in dairy and food sanitation, has launched its cost-controlling W.E.T. Technology aimed at helping dairy producers save Water, Energy and Time. The new technology is featured in the company's premier family of pipeline and parlor cleaning products.
"Considering the current economy and how it is affecting dairy producers, saving money and working more efficiently is a top priority for everyone right now,” says Roger Beers, president and CEO of A&L Laboratories, a division of HYPRED. "Producers can see overall savings by using new high-performance products with W.E.T. Technology, such as A&L's single-cycle SOLO Acid Detergent.”
Beers notes that single-cycle products reduce cleaning time, water, energy and chemical use, and are proven to clean as effectively as traditional multiphase detergents. "These reductions help not only producers, but also the environment,” he adds.
Along with sanitation efficiencies, A&L Laboratories also features a milk quality program, matching the right products with the right services to optimize efficiency throughout the parlor. The A&L Laboratories milk quality team provides the application expertise to effectively clean milking systems, evaluate the entire udder hygiene process and help increase milk quality, premiums and overall profitability.
"Our field sales team makes regular calls to our customers' farms for troubleshooting and advice on how to be more efficient,” explains Beers. "We're also available to help with technical problems and milk quality emergencies.”
For more information, visit the company's Web site.

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