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Introducing the ET 49 Egg Incubator, this incubator is designed to be easy to use and features a high-quality digital temperature display. The digital incubator ET 49 by... Full Description
Introducing the ET 49 Egg Incubator, this incubator is designed to be easy to use and features a high-quality digital temperature display.
The digital incubator ET 49 by River Systems® is designed to hatch hen-eggs as well as pheasant, guinea fowl, quail, partridge, grey partridge, rock partridge, turkey, goose, mallard, all breeds of duck, peacock, pigeon, exotic birds and birds of prey. Its capacity is up to 49 medium/large eggs or 196 small eggs (e.g. quail).
ET 49 is designed to be simple and straightforward to use, at the same time offering innovative technical solutions and high reliability.
The egg tilting handle oscillates the egg tray from the outside, thus avoiding lifting the lid and disperse heat and humidity.
It is, therefore, suitable for both beginners and those with small and medium-sized breeding.
|Egg Capacity||Chicken: 48|
|Dimensions||50cm x 34cm x 25.5cm High|
|Power Consumption||Maximum 150 Watts|
|Power Supply||230v, 50/60Hz|
|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.
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