GQF Hova-Bator Thermal Air Egg Incubator Warmer Chicken Duck Quail Goose 1602N

Meet’s most popular small incubator!

The Hova-Bator was developed by GQF over 30 years ago and is still the world’s best small incubator and thermal air flow model.

What it does?
The radiant heat tube gently warms the inside of the incubator, the air and eggs. Thermal action of the heated air flowing out of the exhaust vents in the top of the incubator, draws fresh air in through the bottom vent. This thermal air flow also assists the drying of the chicks after they hatch. This design includes two small windows on top for viewing. The wafer thermostat is proven, accurate technology that produces great hatch results
This model is not suitable for use with the goose egg turner, item No. 1614

What’s included?

  • Hova-Bator Top with heat element, pilot light, thermostat bracket & vent plugs installed.
  • Hova-Bator Bottom
  • (1) 1825 Thermometer
  • Wire Floor
  • Plastic Liner
  • (4) Owl Clips
  • Thermostat including: adjusting screw, bracket, 3006 snap switch, wing nut and 3007 wafer

What are the features?

  • Adjustable thermostat for proper control of desired temperature
  • Beautifully written directions, instructions and tips for first time operators
  • Specifically designed troughs, to add water for moisture, and distribute evenly
  • Red colored vents, with plugs, help to remove excess moisture and aid in drying new hatchlings
  • Two(2) sight glass windows on top to help you keep an eye on eggs without opening incubator

What are the specifications?

  • 25 Watt Heat Element
  • Assembled Length: 18.75 Inches
  • Assembled Width: 18.75 Inches
  • Assembled Height: 9.50 Inches
  • Weight: 2.75 Lbs.
  • Sight Glass Window Dimensions: 4 x 5 Inches/Each Window
  • Wire Floor Dimensions: 15 x 15 Inches
  • 110V Cord Length: 5 Feet

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