Welcome to CoPulsation™:
The Future In Milking - Available Today

CoPulsation™ is truly the most current and technologically advanced pulsation product in the world. It represents the first real change in over 40 years. This patented technology incorporates two co-dependent solenoids to provide a superior pulsation action that changes the dynamics of the liner and the way it interacts with the teat.

Unlike conventional pulsation, CoPulsation™ has one solenoid dedicated to the vacuum supply and the other to the fresh air supply. This advanced, innovative design fully eliminates the mixing of the vacuum and fresh air supply sources and permits the use of a very large diameter fresh air inlet that completely eliminates the air flow restrictions created by conventional pulsators. The result is a liner action that most closely simulates the natural gentle milking action of a calf with a liner that provides a gentle compressive massage on the full length of the teat instead of the known harsh pinching action of a conventional pulsator.

Discover why this innovative technology enables cows to now milk in comfort without the typical liner squall, liner crawl, slow milking quarters, teat swelling and kicking. Move into the future of milking technology today and introduce your herd to the first true change in pulsation technology in decades. Watch the videos showing it in action.

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Teat Comparison:

red, swollen teat healthy teat

Teat condition following milking with conventional milking system; note red and swollen condition.

Teat condition following milking with CoPulsation™ milking system; note healthy condition.

Stop hurting my teats!

Conventional milking machines cause liner crawl and canal damage resulting in mastitis and poor milking performance, understand why. Discover that this is a known problem.

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