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Automatic disengagement cylinder

An automatic disengagement cylinder is a component of a milking machine that is responsible for detaching the milking cluster from the cow’s udder automatically. It’s also known as an automatic cluster remover (ACR).

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An automatic disengagement cylinder is a component of a milking machine that is responsible for detaching the milking cluster from the cow’s udder automatically. It’s also known as an automatic cluster remover (ACR).

During the milking process, the milking cluster is attached to the cow’s udder using suction. Once milking is complete, the suction level drops, allowing the cluster to be removed from the cow. An automatic disengagement cylinder operates using a trigger signal based on when the milking is finished, which then detaches the milking cluster.

The automatic disengagement cylinder can be triggered using a variety of methods, such as a timer or a milk flow sensor. Once the trigger signal is detected, the cylinder releases the milking cluster from the cow’s udder. This helps to reduce the amount of time it takes to complete the milking process, while also reducing the amount of stress on the cow during the removal process.

The automatic disengagement cylinder is particularly useful for large dairy operations where speed and efficiency are critical to maintaining productivity. By automatically removing the milking cluster, it eliminates the need for manual detachment by the milker. This also helps to reduce the risk of damage caused by manual detachment, including potential injury to the cow or excess milk leakage.

In summary, the automatic disengagement cylinder is an essential component of modern milking machines that enables automatic detachment of the milking cluster from the cow’s udder. It helps to improve the speed and efficiency of the milking process, while also reducing the risk of potential harm to the cow.