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Old Apr 17th 2015, 08:29 AM   #1
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  Nov 2010
  Annville, PA

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Streamline Products, Inc. is happy to announce that we are a new dealer for the JUG Waterers. For these items please visit our web page at


How the JUG Works

How animals drink from the JUG

It all starts with the “Draw Tube” which is a unique design for supplying the animal with water. It is much like a giant straw so the animal can use its normal method of drinking. The animal places its mouth in the open pool of water over the opening in the drinking bowl and sucks up the water just as it would drink from a natural water hole.

Designed for clean water

JUG water is clean. No more smelly water from heavy bacterial growth. The Draw Tubes are attached to the drinking bowl with a Feed Trap which keeps feed debris from the animal’s mouth out of the reservoir. As an animal drinks from the JUG a suction/swirling action is created in the Feed Trap area, thus most of the feed from the face of the animal is sucked up as the animal drinks. Also, anytime an animal drinks, the water is “turned over” as fresh, clean water enters the drinking bowl. With JUG Livestock Waterers you will not have the usual slime problem to deal with. No algae will grow in the JUG since it is a light-tight waterer. The bowl

is sealed with Weather Seal.



Thermal energy, Not electric energy

The “Draw Tube” is really three tubes. Two copper and one CPVC. As the water gets cold in the drinking bowl, it becomes heavier and sinks down the CPVC tube forcing the warm tank water up the copper tubes into the drinking bowl. This keeps the water in the bowl from freezing by slowly circulating it and replenishing it with warmer water from the bottom of the reservoir.

In addition, the copper tubes are designed with a large surface area in the Feed Trap. Since copper is an excellent heat conductor, heat is transferred from the tank water to the trap area through the copper tube walls.

For Energy Free Models in marginal climates, you need enough animals drinking to keep water in the tank warm enough to provide heat energy (At least 15 head per drinking bowl.) Otherwise a small 65-watt heater may be added to make the JUG Energy Efficient. In either case it is primarily thermal energy, not electrical energy keeping the water fresh and at a constant temperature, summer and winter. The average electrical cost for a JUG Livestock Waterer is $10.00 for the Entire Sea-son.

The Jug is super insulated with urethane foam to conserve heat loss, and is very reliable in extreme cold and wind chills.

It’s like a Thermos JUG.



Features of the JUG

External Adjustment Screw JUG

JUG Livestock Waterers have an external adjustment screw. Simply turn the screw with a coin or screwdriver. It is not necessary to remove the lid to raise the water level in the drinking bowl. When the animals know the JUG is their drinking station, return the water to its lower operating level to minimize the amount of water exposed to the weather.

Inspection Cover

The JUG has an inspection cover that can be easily removed for inspection and service to the float valve.

External Drain Plug

The External Drain Plug allows easy draining of the water from the JUG tank. The JUG’s design keeps the water free from feed or hay, but most water has iron bacteria which will leave a residue in the tank over time. It is therefore wise to drain the tank periodically.

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