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Old 08-25-2020, 03:47 PM
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Brinsea TLC 50 Advance Brooder For Sale

Altricial species of birds (including all parrots and birds of prey) are blind and helpless when they hatch and it is some weeks before they are able to move around, control their body temperature and feed themselves. During this period the young birds need to be kept in a clean, temperature controlled environment. As they grow and develop down and feathers they can gradually tolerate lower temperatures and the breeder needs to be able to reduce the chamber temperature easily, whilst still maintaining control. Young birds also benefit from being able to see humans from within the chamber;during this early stage in their development it is essential for young birds to become familiar with the presence of people if they are to be tame in adulthood.
The new Octagon TLC-50 Advance brooder fulfils all these functions very cost effectively and can also double as a Hospital Cage for sick or injured birds. The Advance provides digital control and read-out of temperature, humidity, temperature and power failure alarms and can be further supplemented by Brinsea’s optional EX Humidity Pump to provide full control of humidity too.

Functional Practicality
With hygiene a top priority for your birds, the TLC-50 Advance has been carefully designed to make cleaning as easy as possible. The lower half of the cabinets and doors are removable allowing them to be scrubbed and immersed. It is also easy to wipe clean the high gloss finish of the ABS plastic upper cabinet and the fan guard is simply detached to allow access to clean the fan. Even the heater is encased in a metal tube making cleaning easy. The control circuit is housed away from the chamber for reliability. Airflow in the TLC-50 and has been carefully optimized to ensure consistent distribution of heat, so that all chicks are at the same temperature but with the fan maintaining gentle airspeeds so that down and dust are not blown around.
Features:
  • Accurate and adjustable digital temperature control
  • Display choice of C or F
  • Digital humidity display
  • Water pan for humidity
  • EX humidity pump option
  • Temperature alarm
  • Accurate and adjustable digital temperature control
  • Smooth, easy-to-clean interior
  • No vulnerable edges for animals to chew
  • Positive pressure with gentle fan ventilation
  • Twin stage filter, for removal of harmful bacteria and fungi
  • Water reservoir for increasing humidity with external top up
  • Permanent calibrated digital temperature control
  • Tough, clear hinged door with secure catch
  • Overall height (mm) 550
  • Overall width (mm) 690
  • Overall depth (mm) 490
  • Floor area (mm) 600 x 400
  • Effective volume (litres) 100
  • Power consumption (Watts) Max 150, Typical 100
  • Power supply 115v, 60Hz or 230v 50Hz as ordered
  • Weight (Kg) 8.7
  • 2 year guarantee (subject to simple online registration)
This model can be upgraded to the EX version by adding the Humidity Pump Module


This model can be upgraded to the EX version by adding the Humidity Pump Module




























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