Covid19 supply chain problem: According to our local supplier, oxygen concentrators (both new and re-built, re-certified oxygen concentrators) are out of stock until July. My contact there indicated that the production is being redirected to nursing homes and hospitals due to the recent illness. As it rightly should be. If the status changes I will make a change here as soon as I know anything. Incubators are still available but oxygen concentrators not until July. Many of you will order anyway and you will be first in line to get an oxygen concentrator when they become available again.
Each incubator is built to order, installing the options you have selected. Additionally, we are experiencing high sales volume. So some additional time may be required to process and ship your order.
34″ wide incubator for newborn puppies and cats. If you’re breeding high value dogs or cats you’ll want to use one of these incubators to increase your success rate. Micro adjustable temperature control. Set the temperature you want (usually around 95 degrees F) in increments of 1/10 of a degree C. Hi/Low temp alarms, passcode protected setup so settings can’t be accidentally changed.
LED interior light strip with front panel control switch, rear panel power on/off switch, polycarbonate door with premium hinge and latch hardware.
You can set the incubator to run just the fan while still displaying the interior temperature. This setting is controlled by the on screen menu. A passcode must be entered to change to this setting so accidental changes to the temperature are avoided.
Two side mounted fresh air vents are standard. Digital on screen readout of humidity and Digital Humidity Control are available as extra cost options.
This is a a complete incubator with oxygen setup package for puppies and kittens. Everything you need. Includes incubator as described above, new oxygen concentrator and tubing and fittings. Note: not every newborn needs supplemental oxygen but most of the sales inquiries we get ask about oxygen too. So we’ve put together these packages to simplify the process.
A concentrator takes the oxygen in the air (air is approx 20% oxygen and 80% nitrogen) and filters out the nitrogen. So you have pure (93% or better at 5 cubic liters per minute) oxygen coming out the tubing and going into the incubator. So you don’t have to buy tanks. You just plug the machine into your wall outlet. These units are new and built to run 24 hours a day all the time. If you run one like that, after about a year the filtering/concentrating performance starts to drop off. Then it needs to be serviced.
Since with puppies you’re only using it a few days per litter at most, you can see that you have this concentrator for a long time (For example, if you have 6 litters per year and each litter uses the oxygen concentrator for a week, that's 6 weeks per year. At that rate you would expect to get 8 years or more before it needs to be serviced.) When it does need servicing, that can be done for about $300.
Would you like to save $200? When we first started offering oxygen setups we offered used machines, with 8,000 to 25,000 hours of use. The used machine was then serviced, rebuilt as needed, and certified to run at 93% or better pure oxygen at 5 cubic liters per minute output. It came with a one year parts and labor warranty – same warranty that covers all our products. .
The incubator has a fan and a sophisticated digital readout controller that controls the temperature very precisely. As options, humidity readout and Digital Humidity Control are available.
Mature dogs and cats generally don’t do well in these incubators. Don’t buy this for a mature dog or cat.
A one year parts and labor warranty is included at no extra cost on these products.