WELCOME TO

DRIVER ED

LINER

Learn about the newest
EVOLUTIONEVOLUTION LINER

DRIVE PERFORMANCEPERFORMANCE

in the Parlor

Shift into high gear with the new RST-Driver.

✅ Engineered for fast milkouts and low slip
✅ Easy to use with zero twist
✅ Transitional barrel shape minimizes mouthpiece vacuum while adding cow comfort and high-speed milk out
✅ Reduced cluster weight with the nylon PS140 shell
✅ Long life 2,500 cow milking rubber formulation
✅ Perfect positive seal keeps pulsation lines clean and pulsators operating optimally
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Extensively TESTED in independent trials with winning results.

Engineered with
HIGH-
PERFORMANCEPERFORMANCE

features and benefits

Low mouth piece vacuum ensures better teat-end health

Innovative barrel transitions from square to round that reduces mouthpiece vacuum, increases cow comfort, and increases milking speed

Vented in milktube, not mouthpiece, to minimize chamber turbulence

Designed specifically for use with the PS140 shell

High capacity milk tube ensures high flow rate and vacuum stability

Redesigned clog-free vent and new vent seat for improved retention

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Set up Information

Liner Dimensions

  • ✅ 21mm mouthpiece opening
  • ✅ 10mm lead-in at the end of the claw tube
  • ✅ 11mm ID at the bumper section tapering to 13.5mm ID at the top of the milk tube for high flow rates
  • ✅ 51mm OD head – use Evolution JC jetter cup or Evolution WC wash cup

Service Life:

  • ✅ 2,500 cow milkings or 180 washes
  • *Service life is based on optimal washing conditions and my vary

Touch Point:

  • ✅ 5.2” Hg

Average Claw Vacuum at Peak Flow:

  • ✅ 11.8 – 12.3” Hg

Pulsation:

  • ✅ Check with no milk flow at system vacuum with teat dummies.
  • ✅ Check at the short air tube of both pulsation channels.

A-phase

B-phase

C-phase

D-phase

110ms +/- 30ms

475 – 500ms

110ms +/- 30ms

>200ms

  • A and C phases are a function of pulsator style/brand, length of pulsation hose, and liner/shell design and cannot be changed by rate and ratio.
  • *As with any liner change, it’s critical to observe cow comfort levels and check for discoloration of the teats. Transition to a new liner my be immediate but could take several days. Vacuum and pulsation changes should only be made after cows transition completely

TIME FOR A

TEST DRIVE

Now that you’ve completed “Driver Ed,” it’s time to hit the road and put the new RST-Driver to the test in your parlor. Drive your operation forward with the Evolution RST-140N.
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Trial Data vs. Market Leading Square Liner

CATEGORY

RST140N MEAN

COMPETITOR'S LINER MEAN

ADVANTAGE RST140N

Milk/Cow

27.72 Lbs

27.12 Lbs

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Avg#/Min

7.34 Lbs/Min

7.15 Lbs/Min

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Duration

3.91 Min

3.94 Min

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0-15 Sec

2.89 Lbs/Min

3.06 Lbs/Min

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15-30 Sec

7.85 Lbs/Min

7.58 Lbs/Min

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30-60 Sec

8.17 Lbs/Min

7.80 Lbs/Min

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Peak Flow

8.84 Lbs/Min

8.52 Lbs/Min

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2 Min Milk

15.61 Lbs

15.08 Lbs

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Low Flow

27.03 Sec

27.76 Sec

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Trial Data vs. Market Leading Triangular Liner

CATEGORY

RST140N MEAN

COMPETITOR'S LINER MEAN

ADVANTAGE RST140N

Milk/Cow

31.0 Lbs

30.4 Lbs

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Avg#/Min

7.94 Lbs/Min

7.75 Lbs/Min

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Duration

3.93 Min

3.95 Min

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0-15 Sec

3.16 Lbs/Min

3.05 Lbs/Min

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15-30 Sec

7.23 Lbs/Min

7.14 Lbs/Min

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30-60 Sec

7.59 Lbs/Min

7.47 Lbs/Min

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Peak Flow

9.80 Lbs/Min

9.53 Lbs/Min

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2 Min Milk

16.2 Lbs

15.8 Lbs

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Low Flow

26.4 Sec

26.7 Sec

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