The Maxi II EX makes up for its small size with a huge specification and provides the ideal environmental controls for maximum hatch rates of small numbers of eggs. The high-frequency turn facility makes these refined incubators ideal for parrots as well as all other eggs up to duck egg size.
Maximum Egg Capacities (approximate*) when standard multi-use egg disk is used (As supplied)
Quail – 28
Pheasant - 28 *
Parrot - 28 *
Hen - 14
Duck - 14
Goose - 0
Maximum Egg Capacities (approximate*) when small egg disk is used (As supplied)
Quail – 40
Pheasant - 40 *
Parrot - 40 *
Hen - 0
Duck - 0
Goose - 0
* Note: Pheasant & Parrot egg quantities may vary between species due to different egg sizes.
Protected by Biomaster antimicrobial additive: proven to reduce bacterial growth by 99.99% and 100% safe for eggs, chicks and humans. Protects hatches from microbial transfer by cross-contamination helping to reduce unexplained hatching failures.
Product weight (g):1923
Product dimensions inc. PSU/power cable (mm):354 x 354 x 165
Typical power consumption (Watts):24
Maximum power consumption (Watts):40
The Brinsea Maxi II incubators are subject to EU design registration No: 003007103-0002
Just a quick note to tell you that I really like my new Maxi II EX incubator. It is a big improvement over the Octagon 20 Advance that I had before. The humidity pump seems quieter than the separate unit that the Octagon used. Plus the integral pump is more convenient than having a separate pump. But the main reason that I like the Maxi incubator better is because it is SO much easier to clean than the Octagon! BTW, before the fire I also had a Maxi II ECO as a back-up, but I didn’t really like it. I found it difficult to adjust the temperature and maintain the correct humidity. Consequently, I went with the Maxi II EX this time around, and I’m glad I did. Anyway, we incubated 14 eggs — 3 looked like they weren’t fertilized and were removed on Day 7 — another one was removed on Day 18 — and the remaining 10 eggs hatched. That’s our best yield yet! Not sure if it’s the incubator or luck, but we are very pleased.