What is the difference between forced/circulated-air incubator and still-air incubator, and what are the pros and cons of each?
There are 2 main types of incubator — forced/circulated-air and still-air. The difference is simply a fan. Forced/circulated-air incubators have a built-in fan to circulate the air in order to keep equal temperatures all around inside the incubator. The temperature can be measured anywhere within the airflow. Forced/circulated-air incubators are widely used in commercial hatcheries. Forced/circulated-air (Intermediate) Brinsea® Maxi II Advance Automatic Incubator PROS: Alarm system helps keep you on the correct schedule. Contains a small automatic fan to control and keep air temperature even. Automatic […]More info