Milk producers know – it is the interface between the cow and the machine that determines the success of the milking process. The machine needs to react to the animal as sensitively as the milker's hand.
Anything less is a risk to animal health and jeopardises fast milking, complete milking out and the efficiency of the milking process.
A good shoe is a shoe that fits perfectly, and a badly fitting shoe leads to foot problems. And it's just the same for liners. To get the best in milking performance, the cluster, and especially the silicone liner, must fit exactly to the udder and the teat. Which makes selecting the optimal liner for each specific application really important.