With the 2013 FAO insect report and the first international conference in Wageningen in 2014, interest in insect breeding has finally crossed borders and reached the western nations as well. From breeding edible insects such as crickets (acheta domesticus) and the meal moth (tenebrio molitor), to insects for the production of protein meal for animal feed such as the soldier fly (BSF, hermetia illucens). From the ground farms in tunnels to those in rooms with boxes, up to the modular air-conditioned spaces, many types are evolving. As in all intensive breeding, the reproduction and growth of insects require certain environmental conditions that vary based on each species. Centrifugal humidifiers, unit heaters, and hot water temperature controllers are ideal for maintaining the right temperature at all time.