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Westar Mfg. LLC
P.O. Box 79
660 E. First Ave
Dorchester, WI 54425
Phone: 715-654-5000
Fax: 715-654-5566
Email: sales@uddergun.com
Office Hours  7-3:30 CST
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Elastomer Teat Belts for long life, even when using sand bedding.

Ribs on flaps provide fast cleaning and greater stimulation.

Segmented, overlapping flaps that gently conform around the teat.

Double ribbed flaps can be flipped for more life.

Reversible belts for double the life.
Teat Belt Features
Drive System
Inside The Udder Gun

Dual belts power all four spindles

Drive belts also tension teat belts together   adjusting for teat size and shape
Powerful, compact Air motor
Trigger operated air and water valve
Quick
No Tool
Disassembly
Outperforms all others for
superior cleaning and stimulation
Black teat belts shown for contrast
Low Operating Cost
Wear parts cost $0.46/cow/month (approx.)
Less than 1 oz. of mixed chemical per cow

Low Udder Gun Direct Pricing
 Save Money

Lower chemical usage

Use most any chemical that you want to use

Reduced towel and laundry cost
 Increase Profit

Faster, consistent prep.

Better stimulation for let down
If you have a parlor,
     you should try the Udder Gun

Exclusive teat belt design

More complete teat coverage

Auto adjusts to teat size

Excellent stimulation

Quick and thorough cleaning

Air driven

Rotary brushes locked in place

No adjustment to teats

Less teat contact in some areas

Brushes wear quickly in sand

Electric motor powered
Other
Teat Scrubbers
VS.
30 Day Trial

Exclusive elastomer teat belts use flaps to contact and conform to each teat.

Teat belts have more teat contact than rotary brushes.

The belts auto adjust to size and shape of teat.

Teat end is cleaned when entering and exiting teat belts.

As the teat belt flaps rotate around the lower shaft, they accelerate to flick off water and debris.

Water/ chemical mixture sprayed onto belts and teat at 6 oz./min.

2 stage trigger allows the operator to turn off liquid and keep belts moving to partially dry off teats.