- 6 numbered subject positions
- 22mm evacuation port for passive evacuation of gases
- Adjustable holding straps (extra tubing included)
- Uses industry standard RES500 coaxial non-rebreathing nose cone circuit
- The number of circuits can be adjusted using plugs included.
- Includes 10′ of 22mm evacuation hose
- Can be used with F/AIR Canisters
Rodent Non-Rebreathing Circuit with Nose Cone
This acrylic manifold allows the position of the inside gas supply tube to be adjusted for any size rat or mouse, reducing dead-space and preventing CO2 build up. The nose gasket can be customized to fit any shape and the evacuation end accepts both 19mm & 22mm hosing. Includes 25 replaceable diaphragms.
|Model ARES500||Rodent Non-Rebreathing Circuit with Nose Cone||$70.00|
|Model ARES505||Waste Gas interface to connect RES500 to medical vacuum outlets.||$45.00|
Multi Station Board with Nose Cones
NOTE: Color of base has been changed to white.
Small Animal Anesthesia Masks
Plastic anesthesia masks are available in a broad range of patients including large rodents, cats, dogs, and exotics. The masks feature a 15mm connector, clear cone for full visualization and a highly flexible, replaceable rubber diaphragm to help provide a leak-free fit.
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Gas Anesthesia Mask for Stereotaxic
Designed for mice or rats in a Stereotaxic Instrument. The Gas Adaptors for Stereotaxic instruments, enable gas anesthesia of rats or mice in a Lab Standardâ„¢ or other stereotaxic instrument, without exposing the researcher to the gas. The Gas Anesthesia mask is installed by removing the nose clamp from the standard rat adaptor, and sliding the adaptor over the incisor bar, with the cone opening toward the open “U”. The animal (rat or mouse) is installed by placing its teeth over the incisor bar, and sliding the adaptor forward until the cone is snug about the animal’s nose, thereby substituting for the nose clamp. The teeth and the cone provide a snug, stable hold. Anesthetic gas flows in the tubing connector, past the animal’s nose, and out the other side, where it may be routed to recycling, exhaust, or gas analysis instruments.