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Pig Waterer Bowl

12/17/2013 @ 8:36pm

Pig Waterer Bowl

Why Piglet Waterer Bowl is Necessary?
Modern pig farms need plenty of drinking water, as during the pig’s growing period, lots of clean drinking water is neededOne fattening pig needs to drink 8-12L water for one night, a pregnant sow needs 14-18L water for one night, a lactation sow needs 18-22L water for one night, a one-week old piglet needs 180-240g water per kilogram weight for one day, and a four-week old piglet needs 190-255g water per kilogram weight for one dayPig waterer bowl is one of the necessary facilities in pig farms, as the waterer bowl can provide clean water continuously and save water in a degreeWe supply three models of pig drinking bowl ZZW piglet drinking bowl (made of Polypropylene PP), YD pig waterer bowl( made of Stainless steel), CX pig drinking bowl( made of Stainless steel).

The working process of Waterer Bowl
The drink bowl often made by plastic or stainless steelIt includes two parts: water cup and spring valveWhen the pig wish to drink, it will push pressing plate, and the plate will drive the outlet valve, so the water will flow to the cup from the pipeWhen pig stops drinking, the spring will haul back the valve and stop the water. 

The Advantages of Piglet Drink Bowl
1The pig can see the water more clearly and drink enough for one time,
2It can save water for more than 30%, and lighten the pressure of sewage discharge and sewage disposal.
3It can avoid the drink scratch the pig and it’s very safe for piglets.
4When medicine added, it can save both water and medicine.
5It has fine sealing performanceWhen the water flow out, the pressure will drop, so that the flow of the water will also slow down to satisfy pig’s need.
6It has smooth surface and anti-corrosionIt’s easy to clean and avoid the water splashed, which can reduce the humidity of the pig house efficiently. 

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