Manufactured in the UK

The plastic hopper is designed and made by a British company based in Shropshire made from UV stabilised polypropylene and polyethylene, these drinkers are designed to endure the toughest conditions on shoots and poultry farms. Tried and tested over the last five years these drinkers have a solid tripod base, which is as light as it is durable. The heavy duty carrying handle is designed to cope with the loads encountered when filling and moving the body. The high capacity water pan is easily accessible to all poultry and gamebird species.

The water hoppers on the tripod drinkers are easy to fill and the fact that they are made of translucent plastic means that you can easily see the level of the water as you fill and maintain the drinker. Filling the hopper is quick and easy - while you're filling the hopper, seal the spigot with a rubber key style bung. Once you place the hopper onto the tripod, you remove the bung, slacken off the carrying handle and let the pan fill. As soon as it has covered the outlet pipe, you just need to tighten up the carrying handle, creating a vacuum which controls the release of water as your birds drink. The tripod drinkers come in the following capacities; 10, 20 and 30 litres.

Spare / replacement key bungs are available to special order 6165A, please phone our sales office.

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Product codes: 6190, 6191, 6192


Delivery cost is calculated according to weight and your delivery address in order to give you the best value for money. 

We endeavour to deliver within 7 working days (excluding weekends and Bank Holidays). Deliveries may take longer for for made to order items and during busy periods. Our carriers deliver Mon-Fri (excluding Bank holidays) from 07:00 to 21:00 hours. A signature may be required by the driver or postman, if you are not going to be at home you can leave instructions at the checkout stage for the package to be left in a secure place or with a designated neighbour. 

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