UdderOne Provides New View for Milking

Cindy Zimmerman

A new transparent technology is offering dairy farmers the ability to actually see the full milking of their cows.

udderone-logoPolymer Extrusion Technology (PET), a South Florida based company specializing in developing and manufacturing specialty resins and polymers, has developed UdderOne™ – a totally new concept in dairy liners, shells, hoses and accessories. Using revolutionary crystal clear polymers and unprecedented technology, UdderOne™ helps in the flight against bacteria spread during the milking process.

udderoneUdderOne™ allows producers to immediately see any abnormalities in the milk stream on each teat during the milk out – from teat to hose. The product was specifically designed to be gentler to cow teats and to replace the old black and green opaque liners which can contain such things as carbon black and other similar fillers.

An added feature applied to the UdderOne™ product line makes it the world’s first with nano-technology that greatly reduces bacteria growth on the hoses, liners, shells and wash-cups. The technology of UdderOne™ uses the energy of light to produce safe and powerful oxidizers on the product surfaces.

The carefully engineered minerals and polymers used in UdderOne™ products make them hydrophobic, therefore not able to absorb milk or butterfat like some rubber and silicone dairy accessories do. The process enables UdderOne™ to sheet water off; lifting dirt, fats, oils and contaminants off the UdderOne™ products.

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Animal Health, dairy farming, Milk, Technology