Easy to set up and operate EZ-anesthesia systems provide safe and adaptable methods for small animal anaesthesia. Choose from single or 4 breather options using isoflurane or sevoflurane.
The passive flow technology of our systems reduces the use of expensive anaesthetic gases and losses by leakage into the working environment.
Digital Anaesthesia System
The AD-5000 Digital Anaesthesia System incorporates a unique and clear touch control screen giving the operator a full range of practical features including precise and simultaneous flow control in the range of 0.5 to 2.5 L/min to 2 breathers and 1 induction chamber. The exclusive flow circuit allows the user to choose any combination of outputs while the digital flow control automatically adjusts for the correct flow rates. The induction chamber and breathing circuits include an elapse timer for accurate monitoring to prevent over exposure to the subject.
Automatic Flow Anaesthesia System
The EZ-AF9000 Automatic Flow Anaesthesia System delivers precise and automatic anaesthesia flow rates. It accommodates a wide range of species, including rats and mice and is designed for anaesthetizing up to four animals at a time. It enables anaesthesia output to be directed to both the induction chamber and up to 4 breathing circuits. All flows are regulated automatically; the user selects which breathers they need to use and the system automates the airflow.
Classic Anaesthesia System
The EZ-7000 Classic Anaesthesia System accommodates animals ranging in size from neonate mice to rabbits and is designed for anaesthetizing up to four animals at a time. It enables anaesthesia output to be directed to both the induction chamber and up to 4 breathing circuits. A second flow meter is used for adjusting the flow into the induction chamber.
Single Animal Anaesthesia System
The EZ-SA800 Single Animal Anaesthesia System accommodates animals ranging in size from neonate mice to rabbits and is designed for anaesthetizing one animal at a time. It has 2 valves that enable anaesthesia output to be directed to the induction chamber and/or the breathing circuit.