Rodent veterinary cage 3010 series
polycarbonate

rodent veterinary cage
rodent veterinary cage
rodent veterinary cage
rodent veterinary cage
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Characteristics

Animal type
for rodents
Material
polycarbonate

Description

We are your choice for a large selection of tried & true conventional husbandry solutions and accessories for mice, rats, hamsters, guinea pigs and rabbits. All of our solutions are developed together with our customers especially for their scientific animal husbandry requirements based on international rules and regulations. Our product range consists of cages, stainless steel lids, filter tops, water bottles and caps, and long-lasting stainless steel racks for all types of cages. CAGES FOR SMALL RODENTS Our product portfolio contains a wide range of cages with a variety of footprints and heights, all optimised for the different species and their weight and size. Along with the European standard Type I to IV cages, other cage types are also available. Our autoclavable cages are available in polycarbonate (PC) or polysulfone (PSU). Plastic cages provide the best conditions for housing laboratory animals. Long-standing experience in terms of development and production, combined with the utilised materials as well as the design and handling properties, make our cages valuable and indispensable components in modern laboratory husbandry. As far back as the 1960s, we produced polycarbonate (PC) cages. Polycarbonate is transparent, impact-proof and autoclavable to maximum 121°C. As plastics were further developed, materials with even greater heat-resistance properties as well as those that were more physically and chemically resistant were added to the range. „ Polysulfone / PSU, autoclavable to max. 134°C „ Polyetherimide / PEI, autoclavable to max. 143°C „ Polyphenylsulfone / PPSU, autoclavable to max. 143°C
*Prices are pre-tax. They exclude delivery charges and customs duties and do not include additional charges for installation or activation options. Prices are indicative only and may vary by country, with changes to the cost of raw materials and exchange rates.