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Brine Shrimp Hatchery Kits brine Shrimp Eggs Incubator Hatchery brine Shrimp Eggs Incubator Artemia Hatchery with Silver air Pump

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  • The brine shrimp incubator contains:1pcs brine shrimp eggs incubator Hatchery,1pcs silver air pump with 1pcs black controller valve,1pcs check valve, 1pcs air stone,11.8 Inch long transparent aquarium tubing, 1 meter black airline ,one unit brine shrimp net colllector,two units automatic brine shrimp feeder for fish,three units Brine shrimp suction tube and six units Brine shrimp storage bottle
  • There are two ways to install our brine shrimp hatcher machine.You can use the four suction cup of shrimp incubator to stick it to the tank glass inside or you wanna install it out of the tank glass then you can use the tripod to install out of the tank.
  • The first way to provide oxygen to the brine shrimp incubator is to put the bubble stone in the incubator to provide oxygen. When the brine shrimp has hatched, open the trim valve at the bottom of the incubator to collect brine shrimp. Note that the direction of the inlet and outlet of the check valve must be installed correctly with the pipe, otherwise the air pump will not be able to discharge air.
  • ​If you use the first way to install the brine shrimp incubator,Please remember to use a scissor to cut one piece small tubing like 0.5 Inch long in the product package to connect the gray acrylic tube and air stone and cut the other small tubing 0.5 Inch in the product package to connect the gray acrylic tube and lid.Please note that gray acrylic tube is not able to connect to air stone and lid directly,which need two small piece tubing to connect air stone and lid.
  • The second way to provide oxygen to the brine shrimp from the bottom hole of the incubator. Please note the direction of the inlet and outlet of the check valve and the pipe must be installed correctly, otherwise the air pump will not be able to output air, and the trim valve needs to be opened. When the brine shrimp has hatched, first turn off the trim valve, then pull out the air pump tube from the trim valve, and then open the trim valve to start collecting brine shrimp

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The brine shrimp incubator contains:1pcs brine shrimp eggs incubator Hatchery,1pcs silver air pump with 1pcs black controller valve,1pcs check valve, 1pcs air stone,1 meter transparent aquarium tubing, 1 meter black airline ,one unit brine shrimp net colllector,two units automatic brine shrimp feeder for fish,three units Brine shrimp suction tube and six units Brine shrimp storage bottle.(If you choose to use the air stone to hatch the brine shrimp eggs incubator then If you use the first way to install the brine shrimp incubator,

Please remember to use a scissor to cut one piece small tubing like 0.5 Inch long in the product package to connect the gray acrylic tube and air stone and cut the other small tubing 0.5 Inch in the product package to connect the gray acrylic tube and lid.Please note that gray acrylic tube is not able to connect to air stone and lid directly,which need two small piece tubing to connect air stone and lid.)

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  • PRODUCT: Brine Shrimp Hatchery Kits brine Shrimp Eggs Incubator Hatchery brine Shrimp Eggs Incubator Artemia Hatchery with Silver air Pump
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