Our Largest, Multi-Level Rack System for Rats
Optirat Plus IVC rack system provides multi-level housing for rats and other large rodents. This spacious rodent cage allows the housing of larger groups and fewer single animals. The wide interior enables additional intra-cage enrichment like shelters and allows rats to express natural behaviors, as well as to stand upright, enhancing well-being. The mezzanine increases floor space and adds complexity to the cage environment.
Optirat Plus combines our proven motor-free, exhaust-ventilated technology and high-density carousel design with improved ease of use and maintenance. The feeder is located near the rear of the cage for improved visibility of animals, and the water bottles are externally located to allow changing without opening cages.
PVC-fabricated main structure, corrosion-resistant
Electric roller blinds ( able to control roller blinds up / down to stop at any position ).
Fluorescent lamps operate in coordination with the electric roller blinds to proceed the photoeriod experiment and accelerate the incubation.
Able to control the on / off and timer function of fluorescent lamp layer by layer.
Integrated the mechanical, biological and chemical filtration systems as a whole.
Gravitational flow filtration system for energy saving.
Optional devices: pH meter, flow meter, DO ( dissolved oxygen ) meter, conductivity meter.
Custom-made system is available.
Anesthesia induction chambers are applied to inhalation anesthesia. For rapid induction of anesthesia before animal surgery, takes only 2-5 minutes; Animal status can be observed in real time during anesthesia
R415 VentStar Small Animal Ventilator was designed for animal research applications and is widely using on subjects ranging in size from mice to guinea pigs. The ventilator provides to maintain versatility and ease of use while fostering safe and physiologically accurate mechanical ventilation conditions.
The manual Rodent Non-Invasive Blood Pressure System, uses the tail cuff method to measure Blood pressure in rodents. This is similar to to way blood pressure is measured in humans. Instead of using a human arm we will be using the tail of the rodent.