Brinsea TLC-50 Advance Brooder

Brinsea ~ TLC 50 Eco Small Animal & Chick Brooder / ICU Incubator
Availability: In stock
$1595.00 (NZD)

TLC-50 Advance Bird Brooder & Rescue Hospital ICU.

Overall height: 550 mm
Overall width: 690 mm
Overall depth: 490 mm
Floor area: 600 mm x 400 mm
Effective volume:100 litres
Power consumption (Watts) Max 150, Typical 100
Power supply 230v 50Hz
Weight: 8.7kg

TLC Advance features include:
* 3 Years warranty
* Accurate, fully adjustable digital temperature control & display
* Digital humidity display
* Temperature alarms
* Optional fully automatic humidity control (please enquire)

The TLC-50 ADV brooder fulfils all of the functions required for raising all species of birds (including parrots & birds of prey) it also doubles as a Hospital Incubator (ICU) for sick or injured birds & small animals as used by rescue centres worldwide.

Brinsea TLC Recovery Incubators provide the best place for weak and fragile baby animals to heal, hide, cuddle and grow - especially for tiny babies who aren't yet old enough to maintain their own heat.

With hygiene a top priority, the TLC-50 Eco has been carefully designed to make cleaning as easy as possible. With easy to access washable filters keeping the interior environment clear of contaminants. Both intake & interior filters can be removed, cleaned and replaced without the use of tools.
The lower half of the cabinet and door is removable allowing them to be easily cleaned. 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 safety and reliability.

Airflow in the TLC-50 has been carefully optimised via a quiet yet efficient fan to ensure consistent distribution of heat and clean air, so that all patients are at the same temperature.

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