Scheduled Dairy Maintenance

An Ounce of Prevention is Worth $ in Milk!

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Regular Scheduled Dairy Maintenance from Fuller’s Milker Center helps you stop problems before they start. It can reduce factors that decrease the profitability of your operation. Advantages of Regular Scheduled Maintenance include:

  • Keep dairy systems at peak operating efficiency
  • Extend life expectancy, prevent interruptions and costly emergency service
  • Ensure consistent, predictable operation of your dairy systems reducing downtime

Call us today if you would like to join our Regular Scheduled Maintenance Program for optimal efficiency of your dairy systems.

Regular service every 750 hours or after six months, whichever occurs first

  • Discuss installation performance with farmer and operators
  • Carry out a thorough visual inspection
  • Check pulsators’ rate and ratio
  • Check vacuum pump capacity
  • Change liners and short milk tubes
  • Change all parts that show wear and tear
  • Check all additional equipment according to manufacturer’s specifications
  • Prepare written service report to be discussed with and confirmed by customer

Regular service every 1500 hours or after 12 months, whichever occurs first.
Same scope of service as above, plus:

  • Check stalling and grease rams as necessary
  • Check operation of feeding devices, check sequence and portioning (if desired by customer)
  • Service vacuum regulator according to service schedule
  • Service milk receiver unit according to service schedule
  • Service pulsators according to service schedule
  • Visual inspection of milk lines for leaks
  • Change of all milk and vacuum tubes if necessary (only if confirmed by customer)
  • Check CIP units
  • Service ACR and Metatron according to manufacturer’s recommendations
  • Check and service automatic washer
  • Test whole milking installation according to ISO standard 6690 and print report
  • Prepare a written service report, to be discussed with and confirmed by customer

Regular service every 3000 hours or after 24 months, whichever occurs first
Same scope of service as above, plus:

  • Intensive cleaning and service of vacuum pump, change of defective parts and check pump capacity
  • Service milk meters according to service plan
  • Prepare written service report to be discussed with and confirmed by customer

Regular service every 4500 hours or after 36 months, whichever occurs first
Same scope of service as above, plus:

  • Service of Metatron milk sampling device
  • Service of milk control units with Apex valves according to service schedule
  • Check and change (if necessary) seals in milk and wash line couplings.
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