Pulsator Range

Intelligent Pulsators – a quick and cow-friendly milking process.


Allflex Smart Pulsators and control valves require no special tools or expertise, leaving you with more time to get down to what really matters.

No membranes, no small pieces. Having two moving parts allows for on-the-fly assembly and replacements. Smart Pulsators simply connect to the vacuum line with a stall cock with seamless, easy and fuss-free installation that works, regardless of your setup.

The built-in vacuum monitoring gage system keeps an eye on pulsations, letting you know at a quick glance as soon as there’s any sign of a problem, so you can stay on top of things.

The pulsators have gentle and accurate cluster removal which reduces teat irritation and a controlled pulsation to shorten milking time.

Look after your cows and simplify your operation.

Allflex 4Pulse

4 fully-controlled channels providing pulsation and auto cluster removal in a single unit per milking point. Near-zero maintenance, light weight 24V DC

Allflex P500

P500 Solenoids only for central pulsation system 24V DC

Allflex P700

P700 Standalone pulsator, 16 configurable rate/ratio programs

Allflex P700/SO

P700/SO 16 configurable rate/ratio programs with touch control for on/off pulsation (suitable for standalone milking points)

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Zanda McDonald Award 2022

For many years Allflex/MSD Animal Health have been a long standing supportor and sponsor of the Zanda McDonald Awards. Now in its ninth year, the coveted award recognises future leaders working in agriculture, and provides an impressive prize package centred around tailored mentoring and education. The six talented finalists – three from Australia and three from New Zealand – have been selected for their passion for the industry, strong leadership skills, and the contributions they’re making to the primary sector. One winner will be chosen from each country. The New Zealand finalists are Harriet Bremner, 33, author and health, safety and wellbeing advocate for Rural New Zealand, and farmer at Jericho Station, Southland; Jacques Reinhardt, 34, Station Manager at Castlepoint Station Wairarapa; and Monica Schwass, 31, Future Farming Manager at The NZ Merino Company, based in Christchurch. The Australian finalists are Charles Vaughan, 29, Queensland Operations Coordinator/Group Veterinarian for Australian Cattle Enterprises and Director of Charles Vaughan Veterinary Services Pty Ltd; Mitch Highett, 33, Founder and Managing Director of farm management company Bullseye Agriculture, from Orange NSW; and Sarah Groat, 34, Development Officer for government Agtech programme “Farms of the Future”, for the Department of Primary Industries, who lives on the family farm near Rankin’s Springs NSW. Want to take your career to the next level, then watch this page Zanda McDonald Award | How to Apply and follow them on Facebook for 2024 season. 2023 Winners will be crowned at the inaugural Zanda McDonald Award Impact Summit in Brisbane on Wednesday 15th March 2023.