Lifeway Solar Cow Milking Machine
Lifeway Solar Devices Pvt. Ltd
The Lifeway Solar Cow Milking Machine is designed to assist during the milking process and it is powered by solar energy.
The Lifeway Solar Cow Milking Machine contains a solar module, which includes batteries, to power a motor connected that activates a suction pump. The battery is also used to power LED lights to facilitate early morning milking.
The product is mostly sold in India.
This product is distributed by LifeWay Solar Devices Ltd.
~943 USD (Rs70,000) Converted on August 2021
Target users of this product are dairy farmers in India.
The product is trademarked.
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Lifeway Solar Cow Milking machine is made up of stainless steel single or double buckets (25 L capacity) and runs on solar power. The solar module (24 V/230 wp) is connected to a battery (12 V/200 AH) for charging and the power from the battery is used to run the motor (24 V/1 Hp) connected to an oil-free suction pump. The machine is accompanied by LED light that can be connected to the battery to provide lighting for early morning milking.
There is no technical support provided and users are expected to maintain the product on their own. However, users can contact the manufacturer through their website.
The available components for replacements are: Battery, motor, and vacuum pump
The product comes with a warranty for the motor and vacuum pump.
The designer specified performance targets include: affordable, reliable, consistent milk quality, and hygienic.
No known safety hazards related to the use of the machine.
This product requires a battery to operate. In no electricity areas, the product can use petrol for starting and a kerosene engine for running.
Golisz, E., Kupczyk, A., Majkowska, M., Trajer, J., 2021, Simulation Tests of a Cow Milking Machine—Analysis of Design Parameters. Processes, 9, pp1358.
Chipula, G., Sanjika, T., Nyanda, R., Singa, D., Siwinda, D., Chingala, G.,2020, POWERED TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE SMALLHOLDER DAIRY INDUSTRY IN MALAWI . The Scinnovent Centre.
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