Robotic milking

AWJ26

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Location
Cornwall
Ceiling fans in clean room also help, Hydor ones here made a big difference, going to fit ones above the robot entrance gate as well.
 
i bought 4 robots that i'm stripping down. I've got some very clean tested working 2015 lasers that fit the fullwoods upto M2 and Lely upto and including A4. someone wants to buy one. Whats a sensible figure?
I'm all for keeping spares but 6 spare lasers for 2 robots is daft.
 

pappuller

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Location
cheshire
i bought 4 robots that i'm stripping down. I've got some very clean tested working 2015 lasers that fit the fullwoods upto M2 and Lely upto and including A4. someone wants to buy one. Whats a sensible figure?
I'm all for keeping spares but 6 spare lasers for 2 robots is daft.
what sort of price are you thinking ?
 

pappuller

Member
Location
cheshire
Oh really, just more accurate??
Might have too try one tomorrow
No, the newest laser was launched in 16/17 we had 2 on test for 6 months and were v impressed, they are standard issue on the a5 i believe and I think the laser has a part to play in its superior performance
 

Macus3

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Location
Northern Ireland
Our hard drive seems to be filling up with Lely files . Just been noticable the last 3 months.

PC is 4 year old.
Anyone else noticed this
Difficult to know what can safely be deleted

If you go into c drive, then program files, then lely t4c. You can safely delete all that are in the temp folder. Will save a real lot of space
 

chas

Member
Location
south west
Would anyone mind putting up there cleaning cycles for their robot? Preferably de laval! Trying to improve bacto
Alkaline am
Acid pm
Acid nigtht
Chem rinse if idle for an hour (mine go out )
You need to look in the pipe work above the receiver aswell as that can get grotty
Make sure the chem pump actually works
You can add more chem to a wash by adjusting the settings in config tool on the pc(found that helps a lot)
 

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