Water drinking systems are suitable for various types of poultry: broilers, layers, pullets, parent stock and free-range birds.
1. How the water drinking systems works?
The main water supply is the water source of the drinking system. Water pressure is reduced to about 1.5 – 2 bar by a main pressure reducer with a combined or separate filter. The water at reduced pressure flows through a water meter where the water consumption can be read. Hereafter the water can be directed through an optional medicine proportioner to add medicine and/or vitamins to the water. The filtered water is directed by a pipe system to the pressure regulator of each individual drinking line. The pressure regulator enables low pressure for optimal nipple and Idrink) cup drinker functioning. The pressure is set by the water level in the air outlet set. The water is now available to the birds from the nipples or (drink) cup.
Impex closed water drinking systems are suitable for various types of poultry: broilers, layers, pullets, parent stock and free-range birds.
* Optimal hygiene;
* Better water temperature;
* Minimal water wastage;
* Easy to clean;
* Lettle maintenance;
* Always enough watering points;
* Optimal supply of medication and additives;
* Dry manure;
* Lower humidity, less ammonia
2. Water control Unit
For optimal use of the drinking system a water control unit is recommended. A water control unit consists of a filter combination for reducing and filtering of the water and a water meter mounted on a water resistant panel. It is possible to connect a medicament proportioner and digital display with reset for an accurate digital reading of water consumption. at least one water filter per poultry house is required.
3.Nipple drinking systems
– With drip cup: The nipples of these systems are designed for broilers, layers, rearing and parent stock. As the water supply is higher, a drip cup is needed to catch the spilling water of the birds.
– Without drip cup: The nipples of these systems are designed for broilers and ducks. They are closed by both a stainless steel ball and pin in s/s seatings. As the water supply is low, no drip cup is needed.
4. I-Flow pressure regulators with end air outlet
The I-Flow pressure regulator can be used as a begin or middle pressure regulator. The selection of mounting clamps make the I-Flow suitable for various drinking systems.
Flushing the system is easy. The built-in flushing set is swithched on or oof enther manually with a ball valve or automatically. With automatic operation, and acutuator with coil is mounted on the top of the built-in solenoid valve, which is coontrolled by the I-Control flush computer.
5. I-Control automatic flushing system
Fresh and clean water is essential for health birds. The flushing of drinking systems contributes to the supply of optimal clean water with a better temperature. The I-Control indicates how many times the drinking line has been flushed and the amount of water used, up to 7 days previously.
It is easily adjustable to eet individual needs, such as, maximal flushing times per day, hours between flushing and flushing related to pollution and temperature.
The I-Control has standard programs to flush broiler, rearing and layer houses. These programs can be adjusted to meet individual requirements. The alarm funcion gives a warning, for example, when the mazimal times of flushing per day has been reached.
An additional chareacteristic is the option to flush and fill all the drinking lines at onece. This is ideal for adding viamins and medicines to the dringking water as the first and the last nipple of the dringking line maintain the same amount of concentration.
6. Dirty water detection sensor
Clean drinking water is essential for optimal hygiene in poulty management. The Impex dirty water detection sensor continually monitors drinking water quality, 24 hous a day, 7 days a week.
This patented light sensor measures the cloudiness of the drinking water as well as sediment in the dringking water line. With continual information on the drinking water quality, the dininking water system is flushed when required for the optimal supply of clean water.
7. Anti-perch systems
Anti-perch systems prevent birds from sitting on the drinking line. Used for rearing, layers, parent stock and free range birds and in systems with stabilization tubing. There is a choice of two types: electric shock controller with anti-pench wire and double anti-perch wire sstem.