Last one! GEA400 Vacuum System for bucket milking

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Clearance Last one! 1 year warranty Pump capacity approx 9 CFM @13.5" Hg with 1 hp motor. Choose this size for 1 or 2 buckets. Optional upgrade; Pump capacity approx 12 CFM @13.5" Hg with 1.5 hp motor. Choose this size for 1 to 3 buckets. Model 400 Footprint dimensions; 14 inch W x 20 inch L x 24 inch H Oil type rotary vacuum pump. Comes with a 1 hp electric motor. Will milk 3 cow floor buckets or 4 Surge buckets or 6 goats in 3 buckets with the 1.5 hp motor option above. also a good choice for harvesting maple syrup This stationary vacuum system is designed for small bucket milking systems. Unit comes with a GEA Meltec brand vacuum pump mounted on a steel vacuum balance tank, electric motor(choose size above), vacuum regulator & gauge all included. The tank helps protect the pump from liquids in case of running over a bucket and levels out the air flow for stable teat end vacuum. Pump comes with a belt guard for safety, oil reservoir. To install: 1. Locate the unit in a convenient place. Best location is in an equipment room with a drain - separate from where you milk. 2. Plumb the pvc vacuum line to the vacuum balance tank. The vacuum line should be 1.5" or larger and looped. Use pipe tees with a plug in one opening instead of using elbows in the furthest corners. This allows for better access for cleaning and checking air flow. (see drawing below) 3. Install a stall cock on this vacuum line at each place a bucket milker will be operating. Many customers milk two cows or goats at each stall cock. For a small herd of cows, 2 buckets and 4 stanchions or 3 buckets and 6 stanchions is the most efficient set up. 3 cow bucket milkers is the maximum that one person can handle and do a good attentive job of milking. 4. Install Automatic vacuum line drain valves at all low points or where risers are used on the vacuum line. 5. Install the pump exhaust to the outside of the building. The exhaust will have some oil residue and is best vented outside the building. 6. Wire the electric motor. 7. Add oil to the reservoir on top of the pump and you are ready to milk. Items not included that you will need: - Schedule 40 PVC pipe and fittings to build the vacuum line (Purchase locally) - a remote On/Off switch will make it handier to start and stop the pump. (Purchase locally) - Hangers for the pvc vacuum line. Item 1060-142 recommended. - Stallcocks to connect each bucket milker to the vacuum system. order 1 per bucket unit and 1 xtra if you have a claw/hose washer (56200) Stallcock item numbers are 23855, 23856, 23857, 1060-251 - Vacuum gauge to put in the area where you milk. Vacuum level needs to be checked at the beginning of every milking. Mount the gauge where it is convenient and easy to see. Vacuum gauge item numbers are 45499, 17918 and 67224. - Line drain. All milking systems move wet air and moisture will accumulate. Add an automatic line drain to the end of the line away from the pump and any spot where moisture might collect and can't get to a drain. Vacuum line drain item number: 3420004 Assembled and tested by Hamby Dairy Supply in Missouri. This vacuum system ships from Missouri on a pallet by LTL freight only. It is not UPS Shippable. Free Shipping to any of the 48 lower USA states. 7750-0750-970