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Brinsea Products Launches New Portable Intensive Care Units for Young Birds and Small Mammals

Its products are used around the world by breeding facilities, rescue centers and individual wildlife rehabbers.




(PRESS RELEASE) TITUSVILLE, FL — Pascale Deffieux Pearce, executive vice president of Brinsea Products, Inc. announces the addition of the TLC 30 Portable Brooder and Intensive Care Unit to their line of products.

“The product is for newly hatched exotic chicks but also small mammals,” said Deffieux Pearce. “It provides young, sick or injured birds and mammals that may be too young or weak to retain their own heat a warm, quiet and clean environment.”

The unit is offered in two models, Eco and Advance. The Eco provides control and readout of temperature. The Advance models are equipped with digital controls which include temperature and power failure alarms. The unit is available in three sizes 30, 40 and 50. The Advance TLC-40 and 50 models have additional features including a humidity display which can be further supplemented by Brinsea’s optional Humidity Pump to provide full control of humidity.

Altricial species of birds are blind and helpless when they hatch and it can be weeks before they are able to move around, control their body temperature and feed themselves. During this period the young birds need to be kept in a clean, temperature-controlled environment as free as possible from airborne contaminants such as fungal spores and dust. Brinsea TLCs fulfill all the functions of a Brooder very cost effectively and can also double as a Recovery Incubator or Hospital Cage for sick or injured birds and mammals. Brinsea TLCs are used around the world by breeding facilities, rescue centers and individual wildlife rehabbers.

For more information on Brinsea, please contact Jamie Baxter or 775-322-4022.




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