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The Corti 25 incubators are easy to use and ideal for hobbyists and smallholders.
The Corti 25 is fan assisted to ensure even temperature is maintained throughout the incubator. Temperature is viewed through the top of the incubator on an easy to read thermometer and humidity is controlled by two internal water trays situated in the base of the Incubator. Adjustable egg dividers are provided so the user can incubate eggs from a wide range of species.
This semi automatic version offers egg turning with the simple push of a rod. However, an automatic turning device can be purchased separately, to convert the Corti 25 into a fully automatic egg incubator.
When hatching in this incubator, simply remove the egg dividers three days before the hatch is due and top up the water reservoirs as required.
|Egg Capacity||Chicken: 25 | Quail: 75 | Goose: 10 | Duck: 20|
|Dimensions||37cm x 37cm x 29cm high|
|Power Consumption||Maximum 130 Watts - Typical 130 Watts|
|Power Supply||230v, 50Hz|
|Warranty||1 Year +|
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In a ‘manual’ incubator, eggs must be turned ‘manually’, meaning you must turn each egg by hand usually around 3-4 times a day.
Automatic incubators will automatically turn the eggs for you. On some automatic machines, you can set the timings of the turns, as well as the duration or angle of the turn. This can be important if you’re incubating specialist birds such as falcons or exotic birds.
Semi-automatic incubators don’t require you to turn each egg by hand, but equally there is no motor to turn them for you either. So, normally semi-automatic machines have a handle or lever that you push and pull to roll or rock all the eggs at the same time. Or, some incubators have specially shaped bases that allow you to tilt the entire machine back and forth.
Please note that ‘manual’ and ‘automatic’, when used in the item name, only refers to the egg turning type. It does not relate to the humidity control or to any other feature.
If you see the term ‘ automatic’ in the item name, for example, the “Rcom 20 Max Incubator (Automatic)” or in the description, such as, “the ovation 28 Advance is a fully automatic incubator”, it generally refers to the egg turning; meaning the egg turning is fully automatic. ‘Automatic’ or ‘fully automatic’ does not refer to the humidity control or temperature control.
All incubators include a built-in thermostat, even those that do not have a digital display. So, temperature is always controlled automatically.
|I have 4 of these. Simple and versatile. I use them for game large and small, as well as for chickens. I have hatched in them also . Great product. Arrived in good time well packaged . I am really impressed in general and have made numerous other purchases. Would recommend both product and supplier.|
|Brilliant little incubator, easy to use . Currently hatching ducks with a good success rate|
|This incubator is the easiest i have used, apart from the gap at the edge where a few chicks have found them selves, extremely recommend this item along with turning motor.|
|I am very pleased with my incubator and have successfully hatched my first clutch of eggs. Good for the money.|
|Best incuabor I've ever owned way better than my brinsea|
|This was bought as Christmas gift..so far we are very pleased and looking forward to hatching chickens in due course.|