Hova-Bator Turbo Fan Incubator & Automatic Egg Turner $395NZ

Hova-Bator Turbo Fan Incubator & Automatic Egg Turner $395NZ

Invented by G.Q.F. Manufacturing Co. over 30 years ago, the Hova-Bator is still the WORLDS BEST SMALL INCUBATOR and the TURBO FAN MODEL, is the most economical, reliable incubator available. The radiant heat tube gently warms the inside of the incubator, the air and eggs. The Fan automatically circulates the warm air giving an even heat over the entire egg and eliminating an cool spots in the incubator. Dimensions 475mm x 475mm x 240mm. 25 Watt Heat Element (220 Volt) . All Hova-Bator incubators include a sanitary plastic liner.

Packaged with an Automatic Egg Turner complete with two sets of egg racks, one set will hold 42 eggs and is designed for hen egg size eggs, the other is suited to smaller quail size eggs and will hold 120 small eggs. During incubation, eggs must be turned several times a day to prevent the yolk from settling on one side and to exercise the embryo.

Turning the eggs by hand is the most time demanding and time consuming part of egg incubation. Specifications: Turner holds a total of six egg racks. Each Universal Egg Rack holds eggs any size from a partridge egg up to duck eggs (total 42 eggs per turner) Small Quail size racks hold 120 small eggs.


Excellent insulation allows use of a low wattage (25-watt) heater to eliminate hot spots and increase hatch rates

Versatile thermostat controls temperature accurately from 72°F to 110°F to incubate all types of bird and reptile eggs.

 Ample air vents provide fresh air while maintaining a consistent temperature.

Thermal action of the heated air creates air circulation as hot air flows out the top vents and fresh air is drawn in through the bottom vent. This thermal air flow also helps dry the chicks after they hatch.

Wafer thermostat uses proven, accurate technology that produces good hatch results.

Durable, washable liner keeps the bottom clean and leak-proof.

Incubator has 6.75" headroom for large chicks like duck and goose.

High sidewalls keep chicks in when the top is removed.


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