HEKA Standard Raptor and Parrot Egg Incubator/Hatcher

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Up to 50 raptor eggs or 75 parrot eggs.

HEKA Standard Raptor and Parrot Egg Incubator/Hatcher

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The HEKA Raptor Standard has a beautifully engineered housing made of natural wood and water-resistant multi-layered panels.


Raptor 50
Parrot 75



Fully-automatic egg-turning

Behind the incubator, there is a turning-motor (exterior, covered), which is connected with the trays by a push-rod and white connectors (powder-coated aluminium). The motor pushes and pulls the trays automatically forwards and backwards. For best success in brooding, all our incubators do 12 turnings per day. 

Processor controlled temperature regulation

To match the high-class cabin we install probably the most reliable controls on the market (besides our HEKA-microprocessor controls).With an absolutely precise temperature regulation, this control has a failure rate of under 0.1% in the first 5 years - a value, which confirms the incomparable high quality of HEKA-incubators.

Low vibration balanced axial fan

Vibration of the hatching eggs is prevented with this axial fan.

Double glazing

The insulation value is much better in comparison with single glazing, and uses less energy. 

Double thermostat

Includes two thermostats for ultra-reliability when incubating high value eggs.


The incubator is completely equipped with all the accessories, which are needed. Included is the interior lighting of the incubator, one egg tray and one hatching basket of your choice, a hygrometer, a three partition water basin and a detailed manual.

WEIGHT 35 kg
WIDTH 48 cm
HEIGHT 59 cm
DEPTH 50 cm

Product Uses

  • Parrot Egg Incubator
  • Parrot Egg Hatcher
  • Raptor Egg Incubator
  • Raptor Egg Hatcher

Additional Information

Guarantee 2 Years
Unpacked Product Weight (kg) 35
Width (cm) 48
Height (cm) 59
Depth (cm) 50

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