Brinsea 190/380 egg trays/racks/flats intechangability w/ generic trays/racks/flats

Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by UndergroundQuailRoad, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. UndergroundQuailRoad

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  2. gabrielle1976

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  3. UndergroundQuailRoad

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    Well. I had not been able to find anything by searching. And I was wondering if these come in standard sizes?
     
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  6. UndergroundQuailRoad

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    I bought 3 of the commercial flats from brinsea (11.25"x12.25"), @$10 a piece. Trays up to 12x13 would probably fit. Was wondering if there was something more economical and/or better.
     
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    Update:
    The Brinsea trays are made by Kuhl and are available from a variety of sources. I was initially sent Pheasant trays rather than Quail, so in figuring out why the eggs didnt fit or there were enough spaces, I looked up the model number on the tray, KRC-59. Cutter supply had the trays for half the price, but brinsea offered to ship me the correct trays and a mailing label for the others. Great customer service experience!

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    Kuhl: http://www.kuhlcorp.com/cgi-bin/cp-...ltry-eggtrays&pg=ste_cat&ref=poultry-eggtrays
    Cutter Supply: http://www.cutlersupply.com/cart/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=13_91
     

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