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Poultry Nipples 2 Pack
Poultry Nipples 2 Pack

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Poultry Nipple 2 Pack Replacement Parts For The BriteTap® Chicken Waterer or DIY Waterer Projects

  • Two (2) replacement poultry nipples for the BriteTap Chcken Waterer or use in DIY chicken waterer projects.
  • Comes with two BriteTap gaskets.

BriteTap Poultry Nipple Construction

  • Made of sturdy Polyacetal thermoplastic and stainless steel.
  • Poultry nipples disassemble for easy cleaning and removal of mineral build up.

How To Replace The Valves In Current Model (#2B) BriteTap Waterers

  • Unscrew the old valves and remove the old gaskets.
  • Place the BriteTap waterer upside down on a table.
  • Place a new gasket into each hole in the bottom of the BriteTap waterer.
  • Insert a poultry valve into the gasket and screw the valve into the waterer with your hand.
  • Make the last few turns with a wrench. Don't over tighten or you'll damage the gasket.
  • Note: Older BriteTap waterers with Model #1 and #2a valves will not need the gaskets included in this kit and should request the proper gaskets when ordering.

DIY Project Installations

  • Drill a hole using a 23/64" (9mm) drill bit.
  • If installing into PVC pipe, an optional step that improves the fit of the BriteTap poultry nipple is to tap the hole using a standard 1/8" - 27 threads per inch NPT (National Pipe Thread) tap. To do this, draill a 11/32" pilot hole and then tap to create the threads.
  • Wrap the threads on the top of the poultry nipple with 2-3 turns of plumbers tape (Also called Teflon tape). This is sold in hardware and plumbing supply stores.
  • Insert the poultry nipple into the hole and tighten using your hand or a wrench.
  • Note: You will not use the gaskets that come with the poultry valves for DIY projects.

Poultry Nipple Usage

  • Install poultry nipple on low-pressure tank fed systems. Do not attach directly to high-pressure main water supply lines or garden hoses.
  • Use one poultry nipple for every 8 birds in your flock. Use a minimum of two nipples regardless of flock size to provide a back up if one poultry nipple should clog.
  • You do not need nuts to fasten poultry nipples to your water supply tank.
  • Poultry nipples can be use for baby chicke, chickens, ducks, guineas and other small fowl.

BriteTap Waterer Valves & Replacement Parts

BriteTap waterers currently sold on our web site use Model #2B valves to match with our current production model BriteTap waterer. If you purchase replacement valves, we will send you Model #2B valves unless you tell us to do otherwise.

Customers who need Model #1 or 2A valves for older model BriteTap wateers should specify the model number they need in the "Other Comments" box when placing an order.

  • Model #1 - used on BriteTap waterers sold from August 2011 through May 2012. This type of valve has a straight top and smooth bottom.
  • Model #2A - used on BriteTap waterers sold after May 2012. This type of valve has a tapered top and fins on the bottom.
  • Model #2B - used on BriteTap waterers sold after March 2013. This is the same valve as 2A but uses a grey cup-shaped gasket to accommodate the larger port hole on a modified version of the BriteTap waterer.

Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 22 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 replacement chicken waterer parts September 18, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from YPSILANTI, MI United States  
Thank you for your fast service.  We love our waterer and needed a replacement for the valves.  Your prompt service was awesome.

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5 of 5 Loving your product February 22, 2017
Reviewer: Rob Baumgartner from Jarrettsville, MD United States  
I love my chicken waterer I have 4. I use 2 and have 2 others for a back up.  You can't go wrong with these water's. I have 3 roosters, 75 hen's and 19 duck's. They love them to. There no mess, no poop in the water. The only issue I have with them. Is after I while from the chicken  packing at the  nipples they tend to leak but I just replace them with new ones

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1 of 5 Inferior quality December 7, 2016
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from orland park, IL United States  
Recently we purchased a chicken water nipple and the accompanying gasket.....after installing it appeared to work fine...a week later I noticed the water tank dry and the nipple on the ground...I looked for the gasket as it was missing...on closer examination the rib of the gasket was still on the nipple but the lower part had separated from the rib and allowed the nipple to fall out....I ordered another nipple/gasket from another source...it has worked well for several werks since installation... CHICKEN WATERER RESPONSE:  We are truly sorry that you had a bad experience, but based on your description, it sounds like you probably tore the gasket when installing the poultry nipple.  While this really isn't a product defect, we do try to assist customers and would have sent you a replacement gasket. In the future, please call us and we're happy to help you.

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5 of 5 Chickens October 16, 2016
Reviewer: Kay McClure from Brownfield, TX United States  
Great product. Our chickens rather drink from the nipples than from s tray.

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5 of 5 Replacement Parts October 4, 2016
Reviewer: Louise Odom from Purcellville, VA United States  
I am extremely pleased with the chicken waterer and with the service I receive from your company.

I have had to order parts twice for my waterer.  Mark has always been very courteous and helpful. He goes above and beyond what you would expect.  I appreciate all the help he has given me.

Thank you for making for all the help you have given me.

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