- Poultry nipples
- Poultry drip and drink cups
- Pressure regulators
- End air outlet sets
- Flushing system kits
- Water control unit
- Anti-perch systems
- Suspension materials for drinking system
- Drinking system - accessories
- Poultry drinkers - automatic
- Poultry drinkers - manually operated
- Drinking systems for turkeys
The I-Control flush computer is the basis of the I-Flush total hygiene solution. This computer controls the entire flushing system by processing information received from the various sensors. The I-Control requires a 110V or 240V connection and is used for up to 10 groups and if there is a sufficient water supply up to 3 drinking lines per group. With the I-Control flush computer, settings can be customized to meet the following individual preferences:
- Duration of the flushing program: to preset specific flushing preferences in the I-Control.
- No water wastage: the drinking lines can be easily filled with the correct amount of water. This option is available for a maximum of 1 drinking line per group.
- The flushing program can be interrupted when medicating to prevent medication wastage.
- Option of single, total or automatic flush.
The I-Flow pressure regulator has a manual flush option. To automatically flush the drinking lines, an optional actuator can be connected to the built-in solenoid valve on top of the pressure regulator.With this specially built-in solenoid valve, an interference in the use of the actuator and the pressure regulator is prevented as all parts function optimally. The solenoid valve is a normally closed type so no damage will occur in the event of power failure. The I-Flow pressure regulator has a three-way ball-valve to adjust the functioning of the pressure regulator to regulate, flush or close.
The I-Flow end air outlet set is installed at the end of each drinking line. The end set has three exits: one for the air outlet tube, one to connect a drainage pipe for flushing and one for use when the drinking line is drained. To open or close the end set, the integrated two-way ball valve is used. The air outlet tube automatically closes during flushing. With several types of clamps and connectors, the I-Flow end set can be used for various drinking systems.
With a straight or spiral hose, a connection can be made between the I-Flow end air outlet set and the main drainage pipe. This drainage pipe should be at least 50 mm in diameter. * several drainage options available
|60.01.10601||12 mm. Spiral tubing, 5 mtr working length|
|60.01.10602||16 mm. Spiral tubing, 2,5 mtr working length|
To make optimal use of the I-Flush total hygiene solution, the system can be expanded with the following options:
The Impex dirty water detection sensor continually monitors the drinking water quality, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and indicates when the water quality is below the required quality level. The system consists of 2 units: a control unit and a sensor unit. The control unit has an indicator light and is placed in the service room of the poultry house. The sensor unit is installed in the drinking line. The sensor is suitable for 22 x 22 mm square pipe and round pipe 26.7 mm Ø. The sensor detects the cloudiness of the water by means of light. The LED light on the control unit indicates the pollution of the water by displaying a color corresponding to the stage of pollution. The maximum stage of pollution that is allowed is set in the Biofilm sensor. When the preset maximum stage is exceeded, the lines are automatically flushed. To prevent excessive flushing, the maximal number of flushing rounds can be set in the I-Control flush computer. If cloudiness of the water does not dissolve during flushing and the maximal number of flushing rounds has been reached, the computer will emit an alarm indicating that additional action is required.
The Temperature sensor measures the temperature of the water in the drinking line. The sensor is placed approximately 2/3 from the start of one of the drinking lines. It is also possible to place a second sensor in the water supply line. The sensor measures the temperature and sends this information to the I-Control flush computer. When the preset maximal temperature is reached or the temperature difference between the water supply line and the drinking line is too high, the drinking lines will be automatically flushed. As with the Biofilm sensor, the maximal number of flushing rounds based on temperature can be set in the I-Control flush computer. When the sensor continues to measure a temperature beyond what is allowed and the maximum number of flushing rounds has been reached, the computer will emit an alarm indicating that additional action is required.