The EVOLUTION X

No liner works harder to milk gentler

Dairy Industry, Milking tubes

Two hinge points permit
bending in the natural direction

of the milking machine.

Two hing point milking liner

Thin inner walls and
reinforced outer walls cause
the Evolution X barrel to assume an oval shape during milking.

inner walls dairy liner
X Series low-slip liner
Low-slip milking liner

A short milk tube that’s long on benefits.

 

  • Two hinge points permit bending in the natural direction of the milking machine.

 

  • Can accommodate a range of animals with various teat placements.

 

  • Lengthwise ribs allow SMT to compress without kinking, for unrestricted milk flow.
     

 

 

 

  • Operates at some of the lowest
    accepted vacuum levels in the industry.

 

  • Engineered for virtually no slippage.

 

  • Twist-resistant from top to bottom.

 

  • Milks out quickly, clearly and completely.
     

  • Accommodates a wide range of teat sizes.
     

  • Fits perfectly into stainless steel 06 style shells
     

 

There’s no telling how low you can go. Unique barrel design brings comfort to a whole new (vacuum) level.

 

  • Patented barrel features a combination of thicker and thinner side walls that allow for fast milking at relatively low vacuum levels.

 

  • Thick wall sections resist collapse before thin wall sections, causing the barrel to assume an oval shape during milking.

 

  • Oval shape results in a shorter distance for barrel wall movement from open to collapse.

 

Benefits of low vacuum:

 

  • Greater overall cow comfort with unparalleled milking comfort. 
    Reduced risk of ringing and teat congestion.

 

  • Reduced risk of teat end hyperkeratosis.

 

  • Increase in Residual Vacuum available for Massage (RVM).
     

  • Easier unit removal.
     

  • Faster tissue recovery. 

 

No liner works harder to milk gentler.

No more slip-ups. 

 

Two-stage, controlled collapse
reduces slippage for improved udder health.

 

  • Variation in barrel wall thickness results in a progressive, two-stage, 
    controlled collapse.

 

  • In first stage, inner walls come together at an engineered collapse point while outer walls resist collapse.

 

  • In second stage, air continues to flow up side channels past teat, feeding
    the vacuum chamber.
     

  • Controlled collapse provides greater
    stability with virtually no slippage in field
    tests at significantly lower vacuum.

Which Evolution Low-Slip Liner is right for you?

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Evolution X diagram

First stage

Uncollapsed stage

Side view of Evolution X in collapsed position

Second

stage