DairyFlo Soft Plastic doesn’t crack, perish, or deteriorate from chemical washing or milk fat absorption, so there are no cavities where bacteria can accumulate.
DairyFlo Soft Plastic liners are 20% lighter than rubber – minimising the strain from repetitive lifting.
Traces of blood and other impuririties are easily identified as they pass through.
DairyFlo Soft Plastic liners last at least twice as long as rubber liners – saving money and time spent on replacement.
DairyFlo liners provide rubber-like softness and flexiblity where it’s needed, but are tougher in the areas most susceptible to hoof damage
All DairyFlo products are 100% food grade approved and recyclable.
All DairyFlo products are 100%
New Zealand made and we are proud of it.
DairyFlo soft plastic liners have proven to outlast other liners because they do not absorb any milk fats or chemicals. They are extremely impact resistant and UV resistant meaning the surface of the liner will not break down or crack. Typically, Dairyflo liners will last one complete season, in some cases two seasons depending on herd size to shed capacity.
From 1st July to the 7th of September this shed would have completed 2500 milking cycles, and again late in November. That’s the equivalent of 3 changes of rubber liners per season. In contrast, one complete set of DairyFlo liners is expected to last the full season.
*These calculations are intended as a guide only.
All DairyFlo products are made from Thermoplastic Elastomer (TPE) or Urethane. This material has been specially formulated to comply with international standards for food contact use. Spent DairyFlo liners can be collected at specialised pick up points then re-milled down to a granule form. The granule can then have the moisture removed and re-moulded into non food contact parts such as anti-fatigue work mats.