Sheep Jetter

PPP Launch New Super Sensor Sheep Jetter

With a mostly stainless steel manufacture, our new unit’s weight has been reduced by nearly half to 56kg.  Extensive tested to ensure the unit suits crossbreds and finer-wool halfbreds.

Why Dip when you can Jet?

Sheep Jetting offers a very effective way to dip sheep. An accepted modern system that gives absolute confidence to farmers by controlling external parasites.  Apply what you need, where you need it. With jets on the top, sides and underneath, you can get exact coverage of the sheep, which means you won’t waste expensive products by using more than needed or less than required to achieve results.

Sheep Jetting is a more efficient and cost effective way to apply topical liquids than sheep dipping: you can get through 800 – 1000 sheep per hour!

How does a Sheep Jetter work?

Aimed at dealing with flystrike or lice, the unit gets the active liquid treatment to skin level, from the poll, over the shoulders and along the back line, then over the rump, down around the crutch and around the pizzle area. It is light yet strong and easily moved into position and the jetting system is triggered as animals move down the race and are detected by an electronic sensor.

The spray valve, activated after detecting the animal, achieves instant jetting, sending a continuous stream that ensures maximum wetting. It is recommended that animals move through the race in no more than one per second for best results.

Sheep jetter diagram

Why choose a PPP Sheep Jetter?

PPP has been manufacturing the PPP Super Jetter for over 20 years.  Our new Super Sensor Sheep Jetter model is predominantly manufactured from stainless steel, reducing the unit’s weight by nearly half to 56kg. The strong, compact frame has few moving parts which means less maintenance. The unit comes complete with all necessary pipework with cam-lock fittings, intake filter and a Honda 5.5hp petrol engine and Davey Fighter pump.

Download PPP Super Sensor Jetter PDF


Exported to Australia, Uruguay, Argentina and Chile.

Contact PPP or call us 0800 901 902 to find out more.