• Less squawking

    Round bore liner with reinforced barrel creates a progressive, two-stage collapse for greater vacuum stability.

 

  • Less ringing and congestion

    Shallow vacuum chamber keeps mouthpiece vacuum low,
    reduces ringing/congestion, improves comfort and speed. 

     

  • Less twist

    Longer skirt with scalloped extension and locking wedges reduces twisting in 06 style shells.
     

  • Better unit alignment
    Short milk tube with compression ribs and hinge points
    permits more flexible alignment on a range of cows.

     

  • High capacity milk tube

     

  • Long-lasting performance for up to
    2,500 cow milkings

Everything you’ve ever
wanted in a low-slip liner. And less.

 

Twist- and slip-resistant from top to bottom.

Click here for an in-depth view of all the XLO design features

Short milk tube: Wider is better.

 

  • Large inside diameter promotes higher milk flow with greater vacuum stability.

 

  • Two notches allow bending in the natural direction of the milking machine.

 

  • Lengthwise ribs maintain inside diameter without kinking for unrestricted
    milk flow.

 

  • Better unit alignment on a wide range of cows.

 

Why do liners slip?

Liner slips or fall-offs during milking have
several causes, including:

 

  • Vacuum set lower than 11 inches Hg*

 

  • Blocked air vents

 

  • Kinking in the short milk tube

 

  • Poor alignment or uneven weight distribution in cluster
     

  • Poor liner condition

    * For milking at very low vacuum levels, consider Evolution® X by Conewango

 

Benefits of low slip:

 

  • Improved overall cow comfort

 

  • Reduced kicking and stepping during milking

 

  • More complete, gentle massage

 

  • Fewer reattachments and disruptions in milking routine
     

  • Reduced incidence of new mastitis infections
     

  • Improved milk flow and yield

 

A higher standard in milk liners.

 

  • 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.

Side view of
Evolution XLO in
collapsed position

Second stage

First stage


Uncollapsed
position

Which Evolution Low-Slip Milking Liner is right for you?

Find out using our chart or take our quiz!

View the Evolution XLO Brochure Here

(800) 828-9258

to learn more about low-slip liners

 

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