Ventilators and Gas Anesthesia
Code: 7025

Rodent Ventilator - volume controlled respirator

The 7025 Rodent Ventilator is a positive pressure pump (according to Starling's Ventilator method), designed for use with guinea pigs, rats, mice and small birds.

The 7025 drive consists of a variable speed geared motor linked by a novel variable stroke mechanism to easily interchangeable cylinder/piston assemblies. Their precisely regulated geared-motor speed provides the most accurate and reliable stroke rate control of any respirator available.

Motor speed is controlled by an electronic feedback-controlled drive, thus providing the most accurate and reliable stroke rate control of any respirator available. Electronic noise broadcasting is negligible, and the pumps are also quiet to the ear. The 7025 can be equipped with 5, 10 or 30ml cylinder/piston assembly.

The operation of the ventilator may be "paused" by an external TTL logic signal (optional feature). Synchronised START/STOP feature available as optional (series 7125). 

 

“We have four of your respirators in our extended lab and they are wonderful - as is your service” Dr. Nicholas Price, Monash University

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