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The Rcom King Suro Max-20 is one of Rcom’s best-selling egg incubator and one of the most advanced incubators available on the market today, but the design of this incubator still, makes it easy and simple to use.
The Rcom King Suro Max-20 can take up-to 24 chicken eggs and comes complete with adjustable egg dividers, making it suitable for a wide range of species. The Incubator is fan assisted and features a Swiss-made 3rd generation temperature sensor for highly accurate control.
The Rcom King Suro Max features full humidity control via a simple Automatic Pumping System (APS). Changing the humidity levels inside the machine is very easy using the simple digital menu on the incubator. The APS unit connects to the Suro using an external nipple allowing water to be added without lifting the lid.
Within the King Suro range of incubators, you have the Rcom King Suro Max-20 and the King Suro Eco-20. The King Suro Max-20 is at the top end with the most features but still affordable for beginners. Whereas the King Suro Eco-20 is a much more basic and simplistic unit for beginners, removing features some users may find complicated or complex and just want a good quality incubator for a good price and that is simple to use.
Don’t know what incubator is right for you? Too many models to choose from and don’t know the difference between them. See our comparison below between the King Suro incubators and the Rcom 20 MAX/PRO incubators
|Feature / Model name||Rcom King Suro Eco-20||Rcom King Suro Max-20||Rcom 20 PRO||Rcom 20 MAX|
|Digital temperature & Humidity display||-||•||•||•|
|Display of temperature in °C or °F||-||•||•||•|
|Humidity control||Manual||Automatic (A.P.S)||Automatic||Automatic|
|Egg Turning||Semi-automatic||Automatic (egg cradle)||Automatic (moving floor)||Automatic (moving floor)|
|Air Vent to adjust air supply||•||•||•||•|
|Abnormal temperature alarm||-||•||•||•|
|Power failure alarm||-||•||•||•|
|Embossed slip-resistance floor||•||•||•||•|
|Hen egg capacity||24 eggs/Universal tray(supplied)||24 eggs/Universal tray(supplied)||20 eggs/Medium egg tray (supplied)||18-20 eggs/Universal egg tray (supplied)|
|Quail egg capacity||60 eggs/Universal tray(supplied)||60 eggs/Universal tray(supplied)||52 eggs/Small egg tray (supplied)||50-52 eggs/Universal egg tray (supplied)|
|Goose egg capacity||9 eggs/Universal tray(supplied)||9 eggs/Universal tray(supplied)||10 eggs/Large egg tray (supplied)||8-10 eggs/Universal egg tray (supplied)|
|Duck egg capacity||20 eggs/Universal tray(supplied)||20 eggs/Universal tray(supplied)||20 eggs/Medium egg tray (supplied)||15 eggs/Universal tray(supplied)|
The Rcom King Suro Max-20 will also hold 40 Pheasant eggs & 36 Amazone/Macaw eggs, please contact us if you would like more details.
*Note: Egg capacities are an estimation provided by the manufacturer, they are based on their calculations, using ‘standard’ sized eggs. For further details please contact us.*
|Egg Capacity||Chicken: 24 | Quail: 60 | Goose: 10 | Duck: 20|
|Dimensions||43cm x 23cm x 26cm high|
|Power Consumption||Maximum 48 Watts - Typical 25 Watts|
|Power Supply||220~240v, 50/60Hz|
|Humidty Control||Automatic, Pump Included|
|Warranty||2 Years +|
|Instruction Manual||Download instructions here|
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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.
In terms of features, there’s little difference between the two…
So, the difference isn’t what they do, it’s how they do it…
In conclusion, both machines are brilliant and both are very popular. They’ll both have excellent hatch results and they’re neck-and-neck when it comes to popularity. But the Rcom 20 Max is just that little bit more elegant and refined than that of the King Suro, with a little less setting-up time too. Hence the Rcom 20 Max is typically a little more expensive than the King Suro.