ITP 207 Goat & Sheep autovalve - set of 2

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Automatic claw for milking Goat & Sheep.
Works best with pipeline milking systems
Do not use with bucket washers

Set of 2.

Use with;

  • 9716 - 7/16 inch I.D. silicone Milk hose
  • 1090-002 1/2 inch I.D. plastic Milk hose


If you are upgrading, consider the Best in Class GEA Top Flow Z goat or sheep milking units.


ITP207 is an individual milking claw incorporating unique automatic shut-off valves which automatically control the vacuum supply to each liner during both milking and washing. As soon as the teat enters the liner, the valve automatically opens. When you have finished milking, just pull the liner slightly to detach the unit: this lets in air which closes the valve. Washing is fully automatic. ITP207 starts "normally closed", to prevent vacuum leakages at the activation of the Milking machine.

This offers a range of benefits:

Fewer operations both during milking.

Less vacuum fluctuation

when liners are fitted and removed, thus avoiding undesirable consumption of vacuum and suck up of dirt.

Valves close automatically if the cluster is kicked off.

An unhealthy teat can be isolated during milking.

Easy to inspect for cleaning and maintenance.

High impact resistant materials are used to construct the milking claw.


Spare Parts list for ITP207 Goat Sheep autovalves

ITP2079002 - Set of 2 ITP207 autovalves for Goat and sheep

ITP2070001 - Clear Body only for Interpuls ITP207

ITP2070002 - Clear Top only for ITP207

ITP2070004 - Valve (Diaphragm holder) for  ITP207

ITP2070005 - Top Ring for ITP207

ITP2070006 - Diaphragm for ITP207

ITP2070007 - Gasket for ITP207

ITP2070009 - Bottom Ring for ITP207


Original Parts (not Chinese copies)

Made in Italy by Interpuls


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  • 5
    ITP 207 Goat & Sheep autovalve

    Posted by Beverly Martin-Smith on Jun 15th 2018

    New type once I learned how they worked they are great. Best thing is I can take them apart and wash them when needed. No valve to open and close with a sore thumb. Just a push on the bottom and they clean up. Wish I had bought them last time.