The Brinsea Maxi II Eco is a brand-new manual turn incubator fresh off the production line! To celebrate Brinsea being 40 years old, they have released a new line of incubators starting with this one. It can hold up to 30 chicken eggs, it has fantastic airflow and is great for those who like to be involved with the incubation process.
The temperature in this incubator is controlled by Brinsea’s extremely accurate electronic temperature control and can be manually adjusted using the turning screw on the top of the incubator. The correct incubation temperature of 37.5 degrees is what the incubator comes set as. You can measure the temperature by looking at the provided Liquid In Glass Thermometer.
- Temperature measured by a Liquid In Glass Thermometer (included)
- Manual Humidity control
- Manual egg turning
- Fan assisted airflow
- Protected by Biomaster Antimicrobial additive
- Ventilation control
- External water top-up
- Incubator capacity 30 hen eggs & 90 quail eggs based on ‘standard sized’ eggs (no trays required, 1 hatching mat supplied)
To increase the humidity above natural levels, you can add water into the incubator via the external top up point which is on the side of the incubator. Once water is poured into here, it travels into the central reservoir and evaporates increasing the humidity levels.
The eggs in this incubator need to be turned by hand at least 3 times a day. They also need to be turned opposite ways each time starting with clockwise and then anti-clockwise and so on. It is recommended to put a cross on one side and a circle on the other so you know that all eggs have been turned.
Comes supplied with one corrugated hatching mat, additional mats may be purchased for future hatches.
Rated Voltage: 230V AC
Rated Frequency: 50Hz
Rated Power: 40W
Digital temperature display range of 20.0-40.0°C
Dimensions: 354mm x 354mm x 165mm
NEW! Turn your Maxi II Eco incubator into a semi-auto version with our new turning mechanism accessory. Easy to fit and simple to use. The turning mechanism engages with the cogs on the egg disk allowing a simple turn to be made without having to lift the lid off the incubator to manually turn the eggs.