56 digital brand new automatic egg incubator with LED display for temperature,humidity and count down
This 56 Egg Incubator with LED Candling Lamp is perfect for home use or educational purposes. You can quickly see the fertility of each egg and observe the whole process of egg hatching through the transparent lid. It can hatch chicken, dove, quail or other little fertile bird eggs. If the egg trays are removed, this incubator is also versatile for hatching fertile duck, goose and peacock eggs!
- Material: PP
- Power: 80W
- Voltage: 110V
- Frequency: 60Hz
- Plug Type: US Standard
- Temperature Range: 30°C – 39.5°C
- Egg holder top dia.: 1 3/4″; Egg holder bottom dia.: 3/8″
- Overall Dimension: 19 1/8″ x 18 3/16″ x 8 1/4″ (48.5×46.2x21cm)
- Weight: 8 lbs (3.7kg)
Safety & Easy to Add Water
LED Digital Display & Safety
Equipped with fully digital intelligent control system, humidity ,temperature and incubation days can be controlled and
displayed simultaneously on LCD. Compared to other incubators, ours has one-touch candling function for observing
incubation condition of eggs clearly without taking them out.
Basket-style hollow egg tray provides good air circulation.
Alarm of over temperature and humidity for protecting eggs.
Precise temperature and humidity sensors for easy control.
Multi-compartment sink for adding water according to different position of eggs.
Eggs capacity: 56
Auto egg turning: Every 2 hours
Control system: Fully digital intelligent control system
Product Size: approx.54.3 X 51.5 X 25.8cm
For Chicken, Duck, Pigeon eggs, ect.
(We don’t recommend put differnt kinds of eggs into incubator to hatch at the same time,
because thier hatch time is different.)
1. How must I store eggs?
Your eggs need to settle for at least 24 hours if they came through the post. This allows the air cell inside the egg to return to its normal size.
Egg should always be stored with the pointy end down while they are “in the hold”. It’s a good practice to follow and it will hep your hatch!
If you receive eggs that are getting old, you may only let them settle overnight.
2. When is my incubator ready to start incubating?
By the time you have gotten your eggs your incobator should have been running at least 24 hours. A week is even better.
This gives you time to learn what’s going to happen in your incubator and allows you to make any necessary adjustments
before setting your eggs. A surefire way to turn hatching eggs is to put them in the incubator without having it properly adjusted.
Take note of the term ” internal” temperature . Don’t confuse internal egg temperture wth internal incubator temperature with
internal incubator temperature. The temperature in an incubator changes constantly, rising and lowering. The temperature inside
the egg will be an average of this temperature swing in your incubator.
3. How long will it take to incubate chicken eggs?
The incubation period for chicken eggs is 21 days. You should turn your eggs at least three times a day for the first 18 days, and
stop turning after the 18th day (or use a hatcher if you have eggs from differnt days in the same machine). This allow the chick time
to orient itself inside the egg before piping.
After day 18, KEEP THE INCUBATOR CLOSE except to add water. This will help bring the humidity up to help bring the humidity up to
help the chicks. I konw it will kill you not open the incubator 1000 times when it’s this close to hatch time, but it’s not good for the chicks.
If you haven’t bought an incubator yet, invest the extra couple bucks in the picture window model. Then you can “see it all” without causing
harm to your hatch. The other eggs hatch time, you can search on the Internet.