AUTOMATIC MILKING ROBOT
Galaxy Astrea 20.20
Proven technology based on industrial robotic arm.
Modern agriculture becomes inextricably associated with the latest available technologies. No doubt this is an area of life that can change , adapting to the needs of agriculture and cows with solutions and inventions known from other fields.
Milking robot Galaxy Astrea is based on the industrial arm, which in the course of many years of work has proved its superiority over other available milking equipment on the market. In barns placed all over the world are already working more than 1,500 Galaxy Astrea milking robots. High sophisticated technology of industrial arm provides a high degree of reliability. Robotic milking arm is the most advanced and latest technology which sets the basis on which farmer can fully rely on.
Only in Galaxy Astrea milking robot during milking process there are no metal elements of the milking arm , except of the milking cups – a unique solution guarantees greater security of cows , reduces the risk of injury of cows legs with metal robot parts and thus reduces stress. Galaxy Astrea milking robot is undeniably unique milking solution. A combination of a new generation of advanced laser and scanning technology are responsible for one of the fastest on the market mechanisms for an efficient and gentle attachment of teat cups.
GALAXY ASTREA milked a cow in a manner most similar to the natural. The milking process is divided into four phases:
Stage I – Cleaning teats and udder stimulation: preparing the udder for milking robot special cup pre-milking teats are washed, dried, and it seems the first stream of milk. The special design of the teat cup before-exactly massaging every single teat, causing a release of oxytocin in the body of the animal. This hormone facilitates obtaining milk from the cow. It should be noted that the teat cup is pre-cleaned, every time milked art, to prevent the transmission of the potential of infection to other cows.
Stage II – Milking the right: taking into account individual parameters of milking animals.
Stage III – Removing milking: This is done individually for each teat on the basis of the analysis of the flow of milk.
Stage IV – Pumping milk: Depending on the quality of the milk is transported to the cooler or separated into a special tank sanitary.
Free cow traffic, focus on care of the animals
Increased milk production
Pre-cooling of milk
The buffer tank