Trusted innovative developments
Emka Incubators continuously develops new and innovative ways of improving incubation, hatching performance and chick quality.
We not only measure the results through counting the success we have at the chick take-off stage but realise that the most important measure is the health and quantity of day old chicks after their first week on the rearing farm. We continuously strive to deminish first week mortality.
Emka Incubators has earned the trust of major breeding companies with its innovations.
These innovations result in measurable and distinct improvements in hatching quality and level.
Spiral cooling tubes: Unique to EMKA Incubators are their double spiral cooling tubes ensuring an even temperature distribution and cooling throughout the incubator. The temperature homogeneity has been further improved when using Teggnologic27. This technology ensures that the temperature difference in the incubator is the smallest on the market today.
DEL: Our eggweight-loss measuring is recognised as the best performing and and most relyable on the market today. By weighing, on average, more than 10% of all the eggs in the incubator similtaneaously, EMKA Incubators’ measurement is precise and accurate. Moreover the eggshell temperature is measured on six different eggs on three different levels and the weight-loss is measured by 4 weight-loss pressure sensors steering the setting days to the optimal weightloss required. Where EMKA Incubators diferentiates itself even more is how we look at hatching in an innovative way. Poultry bioscience detected that egg weightloss can run up to 3% during long storage in the coldstore. Through research we have developed our eggweight-loss system to start wirelessly from the moment the eggs are stored in the coldstore making our weightloss guidance up to 30% more accurate.
TDS: Total Disinfection System, A simple and effective way of combining the humidification with the disinfection in setters and hatchers. The disinfectant is applied through the spray nozzle located in the incubators’ central console. The nozzle is used both for humidification and disinfection. In case of blockage, the hatchery manager does not need to open up the incubator and stop the hatching process. The nozzle can be removed, cleaned and replaced in a matter of seconds from within the central console.
Tegg-save: With its direct beltless drive, EMKA Incubators achieve the highest possible energy saving capacity through the use of the Tegg-save or variable frequency invertor the motor runs at a lower speed during set times of incubation. By dropping the frequency by 15-20% a total energy saving of 50% at those stages is achieved or 25% of overall setter motor energy consumption. Since we have introduced this to incubators most of our competitors have followed suit.
Find out why EMKA Incubators will help your hatchery perform better.
Contact your local EMKA Incubator agent or get in touch with us directly.