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Old 23-07-2007, 10:59 PM
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Hi all im just thinking about building a new incubator (more space in it) my question is has anybody built pc fan's in to thers to help with fresh air and air circalation Ie one to draw air in at bottom and one to push air out at top or just one at top and air vent at bottom This is just an idea as I need a new one anyway......Brian
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Yes I brought one and was not happy with the temperature stability so I added a false back and moved the shelfs into a baffle arrangment and added two PC fans . It proved very stable and cooked my jag eggs for me this year and I got 23 out of 25 eggs hatch.


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Thanks for your time but I have had one like it in the past and I deffantily need bigger for next year wht was asking about fans thanks anyway....Brian
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Yes I brought one and was not happy with the temperature stability so I added a false back and moved the shelfs into a baffle arrangment and added two PC fans . It proved very stable and cooked my jag eggs for me this year and I got 23 out of 25 eggs hatch.



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Thank you this is just what im looking for ta m8
I certainly need a larger one next year and have been looking at these Pro Hatch Incubators not cheap but I dont like to take risks with my eggs. What do you want to know about the fans?

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