The D#95 Pulsator 2 port is used with portable milking machines for both cows, goats, and sheep. A small Allen wrench is included to adjust the pulsation rate.
Which ratio do I need?
- For cows, we recommend the 60:40 with a pulsation rate of 60 pulses per minute and a vacuum level between 12 and 14". For
- For goats, w recommend the 50:50 with 90 pulses per minute and a vacuum level of 11 to 12 inches. For sheep is it recommended the 50:50 with 120 pulses per minute and a vacuum level of 9 to 12 inches.
- For sheep is it recommended the 50:50 with 120 pulses per minute and a vacuum level of 9 to 12 inches.
What does the ratio mean?
The pulsator ratio refers to the percent of time spent in each phase of the two-phase pulsation. The first number refers to the liner in an open state, with milk flowing from the teat. The second number refers to when the liner is closed around the teat, massaging it. A 50:50 pulsator spends equal time open, with milk flow, as it does closed, massaging the teat.
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Choose from the following in the drop-down menu:
- D#95 60/40 pulsation ratio (recommended for cows and goats)
- D#95 50/50 pulsation ratio (can be used for goats, recommended for sheep)
- Pulsator Port Plug. Used when milking one goat bucket milker. They are small! Buy a couple.
D#95 Pulsator Operating Instructions