Drinking nipples ensure your chickens can easily drink sufficient, clean, and fresh drinking water. Without spilling the water, so you won't have to deal with wet litter, for example. We supply a wide range of high-quality drinking nipples for broilers, pullets, layers, and breeders.
The I-Classic drinking nipple is a poultry drinking nipple with a 180⁰ movable pin. A chicken drinks from this type of drinking nipple by pushing the pin of the nipple upwards with its beak. The nipple is available as a plug-in and screw-in nipple in varying water outputs (50 to 80 ml/min, at a water level of 20 cm). The I-Classic is often used in layer or breeder houses.
The I-Flex drinking nipple is a poultry drinking nipple with a 360⁰ movable pin. A chicken can activate this drinking nipple from the bottom as well as from the side. The nipple is available as a plug-in and screw-in nipple in varying water outputs (side: 20-80 ml/min, bottom: 35-125 ml/min at a water level of 20 cm). The I-Flex nipple drinker is widely used for broilers and pullets but is also suitable for laying hens. There is a unique I-Flex drinking nipple for untrimmed laying hens.
Accurate water delivery
Long service life
We produce all our poultry nipple drinkers in our high-tech factory in Germany. We only use the best raw materials for this and test our nipples at various points in the production and assembly process. Our engineers are continuously working on further developing and improving our drinking nipples while we carry out practical tests in a modern drinking water laboratory.
In 2011, Raymond Veldhuizen started keeping 24,000 organic laying hens. In 2018 he exchanged his old drinking system for an Impex drinking system with I-Flex 14-SP drinking nipples and drip cups. We visited him at his farm in Maarsbergen to talk about his experiences with our system.
After a lightning strike caused a fire in the two brand new poultry houses of Beek Poultry in Barneveld (the Netherlands), Impex dealer Beek Agri equipped the houses again in 2021. The laying hens are now kept according to the 3 Star Better Life quality mark (most profound Dutch quality mark). Henk van de Hoef of Beek Agri explains it all.