In natural breeding of various animal species, serious mistakes are often made, then cases can occur (normally) of small animals dead or even killed by parents.
A useful solution to the problem mentioned is also represented by our intensive-care and weaning climatic rooms, properly conceived and designed for weaning, breeding and, most of all, intensive care of some bird or reptile species, needing special artificial climatic conditions.
New-born animals are left in the incubator or hatching unit until they are completely dried. When properly dried, baby animals can be moved into one of the facility properly studied by F.I.E.M. for breeding and intensive care.
To this purpose, an artificial weaning machine or a heated chamber can be used, kept at the initial temperature of about 37 degree Centigrade. Alarms provided for our more equipped models will warn any excessive temperature increase or decrease.
It has to be remembered that overheating kills eggs and animals more easily than underheating.
Obviously, during various growing phases of animals temperature must change according to species; the best way to find the proper regulation is surely the experience following visual observation of animal behaviour.
The safety of electric components fully complies with EEC standards and the control panel outside the incubator helps preventing any problem with electric components arising from humidity and condensate.