Biomaster technology helps arrest declining bee numbers with Brinsea

For more than 40 years Brinsea has been world famous for bird breeding, supplying equipment for hatching eggs of many different shapes and sizes to customers across the globe from hobbyists and large scale poultry farmers to Arab princes. However, the world’s most successful incubators protected with Biomaster antimicrobial technology have more surprising uses too. The Brinsea Ovation 28 Advance model is now being used to hatch queen bees and help arrest declining bee populations. The Ovation 28 Advance is a sophisticated, high performance incubator ideal for a wide range of species and applications. But incubators also create ideal conditions for the growth of microbes and bacteria which can in turn be harmful to incubating eggs and can be the cause of embryonic death. Biomaster antimicrobial technology is embedded within the plastic casing of the incubator to inhbit the growth of harmful bacteria, helping provide the optimum environment for hatching. Biomaster is proven to reduce bacterial growth by up to 99.99%, reducing the risk of cross contamination and providing a more hygienic environment for eggs - and as it turns out, bees.

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