Flowjack is an Australian business dedicated to providing innovative and reliable stock watering equipment.


“We have recommended your products to others in our industry on cattle properties and we have also encouraged our local CRT business to look into stocking you’re products. We will never buy another brand of float valve or arm again while yours still exist.”

Sally McKeering, Forrester Grazing Co, Carinya Station, Alpha QLD

“Flowjack is a very good product and we endorse it!”

Anna & Stewart Weir – Sandover Pastoral Company

“The spring in the float arm eliminates the damage done when stock have access to it, great improvement!”

Cameron Hicks, Keilambete, Ruby Vale QLD

“I must say it is fabulous high quality work!”

Rural Services Supplier NSW

“Our Cattle Operation utilises troughs to supply fresh drinking water to the livestock. The obvious risk due to ongoing failure or damage was always a concern. In order to mitigate the risk we decided to change over all of the older style brass valve and fixed float arms. The Flowjack stainless steel valves and flexible arm with chain attached to a float was our preference. This setup has worked very well and to date we have not had any failed or damaged valves or arms and now use them for all new installations.”

Malcolm C-Smith – Victorian Farmer

“We have recently used the Flowjack stainless steel oval shaped float on a trough that leaked no matter what but this has stopped, great improvement!!!”

Cameron Hicks, Keilambete, Ruby Vale QLD

“We have received wonderful feedback about Flowjack products from our clients. They think your float valves are ‘The Bee’s Knees!’ “

Cailey Joy – Elders Derby WA – Farm Supplies Sales Representative

“Our bore water is very corrosive and slithers of shale are always allowing the valve to leak but since using the Flowjack spring arm, this has stopped.”

Cameron Hicks, Keilambete, Ruby Vale QLD

“I was occasionally losing a full tank of water storage when the conventional trough float arms I had installed were being broken off by thirsty cattle. Whenever a float cover gets knocked off, the float arm is exposed. The conventional ones can’t cop sideways pressure, they just snap. I decided to remove the float cover completely on a few troughs and see if the flexible float arm could stand up to the abuse of thirsty cattle unprotected. I started the trial in February 2018 installing them in troughs out in the paddock and in the cattle yard where there is a lot of pressure. I haven’t had any problems so far after about 20 months of use. I have recently placed a third order for 4 more valves with flexible float arms and In the near future I plan to order troughs without float covers and fit Flowjack float valves with float balls suspended by chain from the flexible float arms.”

Russ Broad – Low Holm Station, Pentland  QLD

“Awesome product.”

Kevin Child – Xtreme Commercial Building, Karangi  NSW