The Fullwood FC2 ACR is a new generation of cluster removers, designed with the needs of animal and operator in mind. The compact design of the flow sensor ensures that cluster removal takes place at precisely the correct milk flow, preventing "over milking" and therefore safe guarding udder health and milk quality.
The Fullwood FC2 is based on FarmCAN™, which combines power and communication to link all components together. The build in self-diagnostics will inform the user and service engineer about the working of the individual components. This simple, modular solution, ensures designing, installing, configuring, servicing and daily operation of the parlour, are all much easier and faster.
The FlowMatic III is an advanced Automatic Cluster Removal controller, suitable for milking cows, goats and sheep. It provides a visual display of milking time and milking progress. Furthermore Kick-off detection is available.
The main function of the FlowMatic III controller is to determine the correct time for automatic cluster removal upon completion of the milking cycle. This guarantees udder health and avoids over-milking or premature cluster removal.
FlowMatic Plus is the latest generation of Automatic cluster removers designed with animal welfare and operator’s needs in mind and ensuring the harvest of good quality milk. This unique combination makes the FlowMatic a user friendly, easy to maintain ACR which can be fitted in any milking parlour.
The combination of the sensor technology and sensor design enables the FlowMatic plus to control cluster removal at precisely the correct milk flow level preventing ‘over milking’ and therefore safe guarding milk quality and animal welfare.
The MicroMatic is designed with the needs of animal and operator in mind and with the aim to harvest the best quality of milk. This unique combination makes the MicroMatic a user friendly, easy to maintain ACR which can be fitted in any milking parlour. It controls cluster removal at precisely the correct milk flow preventing ‘over milking’ and therefore safe guarding udder health.