Evolution X² Liner Reducs Hyperkeratosis Risk

July 16, 2013 03:49 AM

Source: Conewango Products

Conewango Products has introduced a unique milking liner designed to operate at high speed while reducing the risk of hyperkeratosis. The Evolution X² inflation features a square-barrel design that creates three channels for faster, more complete milk-out.

"This liner is ideal for larger, progressive dairies and commercial herds that need to get cows in and out of the parlor as quickly as possible," said Conewango General Manager Jeff Perkins. "In addition to faster milk-out, the Evolution X² helps maintain good teat end conditions thanks to the thorough removal of milk and complete, consistent massaging action."

The Evolution X² liner features a scalloped skirt extension, locking wedges, and double hackle to seal out dirt and debris for improved cleanliness. It also accommodates a wide range of teat sizes and fits perfectly into stainless steel 06 style shells.

Conewango also offers an Evolution X5² model with a lower touch point which allows for lower operating vacuum levels. Its tapered square barrel provides a comfortable fit for a wider range of teat sizes.

For more information on Evolution X² or X5², visit the website at www.evolution-liners.com.

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