Made Just for NuPulse cow milkers. Your milking machine must be kept clean and sanitary in order to have healthy milk that will keep without spoiling. Clean milking machine components are vital for good udder health of the cow, goat or sheep
NuPulse Bucket Milker Washer - Super Package Set up for cleaning 1 NuPulse cow bucket milker. Choose 1 or 2 cow option above. Condition: All new components Keep your milk hoses and milker claws clean on the inside without taking them apart. Your milking machine must be kept clean and sanitary in order to have healthy milk that will keep without spoiling. Clean milking machine components are vital for good udder health of the cow, goat or sheep. This handy kit provides all the components and detergents needed to properly clean your bucket milker. Ideal for family cow milkers. This same equipment is used daily by our Amish dairy farmer customers and commercial dairies across North America. Includes: - NuPulse Auto Washer for cow claw (s) and hose assembly - Large stainless steel wash sink. Big enough to put the largest milk bucket in and still be able to get your hands in to brush wash it. Holds up to 29 gallon of water. Comes with your choice of adjustable legs or a wall mount cradle. Legs ship if not specified. - Duo Pfan® detergent has been used on dairy farms for washing bucket milkers, bulk milk cooling tanks and pipelines for many years. Duo Pfan is a heavy-duty, chlorinated, alkaline powder detergent with the the right combination of ingredients for thorough cleaning of milk fats and proteins. 45 pounds. UPS shippable. - Citrophos Acid detergent/rinse. The right choice for thorough cleaning of milk stone. Plus it has a residual sanitizing effect. Case of 4x1 gallon containers. Reorders are not UPS shippable - Long handle brush. Swiss pail brush. Inflation brush. Brushes are recommended for cleaning milking equipment. Hamby Dairy Supply brushes are specifically designed to clean stainless steel, glass and milking machine plastics with out scratching. With proper care, they will last a long time. Cloths & sponges are not recommended. They will not completely clean and they harbor bacteria. Instructions: Step 1 warm rinse: Place the 4 cow inflations on the wall mounted jetter wash assembly. Leave milk hose on lid and lid on empty milking machine bucket. Place the intake hose in the small wash sink. Add 1 gallon warm water (95F recommended). Turn on vacuum pump til empty (approx 1 - 2 minute rinse) The rinse water is pulled up through the milker and hoses, then empties into the milking machine bucket. Dump dirty rinse water. Replace lid on bucket. Step 2 Hot Wash; Add 2 gallon hot water (140 F recommended) along with correct amt of detergent. (make sure detergent is dissolved into solution prior to running this step. Turn on vacuum pump. Takes approx 2 minutes for this step. Dump dirty detergent water in large sink for hand washing bucket and lid. Replace lid on bucket Step 3 rinse; add 1 gallon warm or cold rinse water along with correct amt of acid rinse based on how hard or soft your water is. Turn on vacuum pump. this step takes 1 to 2 minutes. Dump acid rinse water. Rinse bucket and lid with clear water prior to hand scrubbing in large sink. Warning: DO NOT ALLOW ACID SOLUTION AND DETERGENT SOLUTION TO MIX. Step 4: Brush wash the bucket and lid in the large sink. You can use the DuoPfan solution from step 2 above. DuoPfan is a very low foaming detergent. If you prefer a sudsy wash, use Pfanzite. Remove the lid gasket and brush wash the bottom of the lid. Rinse with clear water. Hang lid to drip dry. Store bucket upside down on a sanitary rack or hang from the bucket hanger included with our milking machines. Allow all items to drip dry with no water standing. Rinse all brushes and hang to drip dry. For the longest life of your cleaning brushes, always rinse and hang them to dry after each use. Do not leave brushes 'soaking' in wash solutions. Washer operates 100% on vacuum using your milking machine vacuum pump. *** What your barn needs: - Hot and cold running water. - Vacuum supply. (the one from your milking machine will work just fine) - Drains. Acid rinsing is very important for removing milkstone. Milkstone is made primarily of calcium residues from the milk and from the hard water. Milkstone likes to stick to stainless steel and glass. Other milk residues, such as protein and fat like to stick to milkstone. This will result in a buildup that will leave your shiny stainless steel looking dull. That buildup can contaminate your milk effecting flavor and quality. It also provides a good medium for bad bacteria to grow on. If your milking machine gets a dull look, then prepare a solution of 1 gallon hot water along with 1 ounce Citrophos. Brush wash the dull components with this solution. *** Sanitize prior to milking. Cold sanitize with a chlorine solution 15 minutes prior to milking. See sanitizer label for instructions. This items ships by freight truck only. Buyer will be billed for freight. Shipping cost shown is an estimate only. We welcome you to call ahead for a quote. If you pay by PAYPAL please call ahead for correct shipping before paying.