105 degrees Fahrenheit. By Brinsea. Very accurate.
Incubation Thermometer by Brinsea
(80 to 105 F)
on PayPal "Add to Cart" Button. Incubation thermometer includes sturdy
case and plastic holder (see photos below). Shipping is $2.99 total no matter
how many you buy.|
specifically for use in poultry incubators. Manufactured to Brinsea's exact
specifications. High quality.
Thermometer is 6 inches long.
"The thermometer was accurate, and my hatch was successful."
Brinsea has been designing and manufacturing egg incubators and accessories since 1976. Their products are reliable, with superior hatch rates and healthy chicks.
is a traditional liquid-in-glass thermometer with blue liquid. Does not
contain mercury so is not toxic.
This very precise thermometer measures temperature range 80 - 105º
F (25 - 40º C). F=Fahrenheit, C=Centigrade. Fahrenheit is used in the United
Easy to read.
"Thank you for the thermometer I purchased. Arrived in good shape. Tested in my incubator and very accurate. Very satisfied." -Wayne, Eleele, Hawaii
Chicken, Duck, Goose, Turkey, Quail, Pigeon Incubators
reliable and accurate thermometer is essential when you are incubating eggs.
Have successful hatches.
Can use in Brinsea Mini Eco, Octagon 20 Eco, Octagon 40 Eco, Octagon 20
Advance, Octagon 40 Advance, Octagon 20 Advance Ex, Octagon 40 Advance Ex,
Polyhatch and Hatchmaker egg incubators.
with sturdy case to protect thermometer. This photo is the thermometer in
& Other Incubators
use in any incubator by laying on incubator floor. To have it at the correct
level, you can put it on a piece of wood or plastic. (See next section.)
Or put on top of eggs using rigid plastic to hold thermometer, similar to
photo at right. (A big problem with that particular thermometer is that
the numbers are on the white card, not on the thermometer itself like my
thermometer. If the card moves, your reading is wrong.)
Or put in already-existing small hole in top of styrofoam incubator. Pull
out thermometer to read, then put back in hole.
With your thermometer I include a plastic holder to keep thermometer in
place on top. See photos.
To Take Temperature in Incubator
eggs laying horizontally (no turner): You get the correct temperature
reading by putting the bulb of the thermometer at the same height as the
point of the egg as it sits on its side.
For eggs sitting vertically (in a turner): You get the correct temperature
reading by putting the bulb of the thermometer bulb just at the top of the
The embryo grows at the top of the egg, so you measure temperature there.
Do not let the thermometer bulb touch the eggs.
Buy chicken hatching eggs.
Ancona duck hatching eggs.