POWERSOL incubators are used for hatching a variety of different types of eggs. Typical incubators have the ability to maintain a specified temperature along with controlled humidity and ventilation. If you can consistently for the species being hatched, you will be ensured the greatest chance of a successful hatch. The incubator is an apparatus that is used for environmental conditions, such as temperature and humidity that needs to be controlled. It is often used for growing bacteria cultures, hatching eggs artificially, or providing suitable conditions for chemical or biological reasons. The incubator is recorded to hatch not only bird's eggs, but it also is used reptile eggs. It allows the fetus inside of the eggs to grow without the mother needing to be present to provide the warmth. Chicken eggs are recorded to hatch after about 21 days, but other species of birds can either take a long or shorter amount of time. An incubator is supposed to be able to set the perfect environment and condition for an egg to incubate because it regulates the factors such as temperature, humidity, and turning the egg when necessary. This is so that the egg incubated properly because it plays the role of the hen in its natural state. The incubator also allows the egg to incubate while eliminating the external threats that could possible harm the eggs. It is possible to include different species of birds at the same time within the same incubator.
Please read the instruction guides provided carefully before going to installation.