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Mouse Ventilator – Volume Controlled Respirator

Product Code:28025/28125

A positive pressure pump (according to Starling's Ventilator method) for mice. Assists with breathing during anesthesia and surgery or when an animal has an injury or illness that requires respiratory support.

Highly accurate, rate displayed digitally, quiet, durable, high quality, long lifetime. Up to 300 strokes/min. Optimizes oxygenation by minimizing dead space. Range of options.

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This product warranty can be extended up to 24 Additional Months.
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  • Assists or stimulates respiration in a subject which is not breathing, or is unable to make sufficient respiratory effort on its own.
  • Mechanical ventilation is a method to assist or replace spontaneous breathing.
  • For use with mice, perinatal rats and small birds. 


Highly accurate, quiet, with features for mice

  • Highly accurate and reliable stroke rate for providing consistent volumes. Uses a variable speed geared motor (with no backlash) linked by a novel variable stroke mechanism. Volume is adjustable whether the pump is running or stationary. 
  • Stroke rate (per minute) is indicated on the 3-digit LED display. 
  • Connections and airflow specifically designed for mice. High frequency rate (up to 300 strokes/min) for mice under anesthesia.
  • Highly accurate and reliable ventilators due to feedback controlled motor speed.
  • Quiet operation. Electronic noise broadcasting is negligible and pumps are very quiet.
  • Optimizes oxygenation by enabling close proximity of air supply to the animal. Respirator incorporates a flat surface for positioning an operating table (minimizes dead space).
  • Can be equipped with 0.1to 1ml or 0.05 to 0.5ml cylinder/piston assembly for precision volume control.
  • Can be "paused" by external imaging devices (using an external TTL logic signal). Optional feature.
  • Select synchronized Start/Stop models for advanced electrophysiological-pharmacological investigations.



Connections and airflow specifically designed for mice

Minimal dead space to improve oxygenation

High frequency rate (up to 300 strokes/min)

Fits mice respiration parameters under anesthesia

Optional start/stop feature

Synchronize with external imaging devices




60 to 300 strokes per minute

Rate Read-out

on digital display

Stroke Volume

0.1 to 1 or 0.05 to 0.5 ml, depending on cylinder/piston installed

Stroke Volume Scale

precision engraved, 0.05 ml divisions

Stroke Volume Reproducibility


Power Requirement

Universal input 85-264 VAC, 50-60Hz

Operating Temperature

10° to 40°C

28025 Start-Stop

via TTL command

28125 Start-Stop by synchronised command

Sound Level







Shipping Weight

5Kg approx.

Packing Dimensions



Warranty Mouse Ventilator is covered by a 12-month warranty + 12 after product registration
UB-Care Additional UB-Care can be added for other 12 or 24 months


Artificial ventilation, also called artificial respiration is any means of assisting or stimulating respiration in a subject which is not breathing or is not making sufficient respiratory effort on its own.
Mechanical ventilation is a method to mechanically assist or replace spontaneous breathing: this involves a machine called a ventilator.

28025 Mouse Ventilator, complete with 1ml cylinder/piston assembly


1ml Cylinder/piston assembly, with base plate


Perspex Lid




Cannula -Y connection, tubes, etc., in a plastic case

E-AU 041

USB pen drive, including instruction Manual

Other available Models


Mouse Ventilator, complete with 0.5ml cylinder/piston & standard accessories

Models with Synchronized START/STOP circuit


Mouse Ventilator, with 1ml cylinder/piston assembly, synchronized


Mouse Ventilator, with 0.5ml cylinder/piston assembly, synchronized



1ml Cylinder/piston assembly, with base plate


5ml Cylinder/piston assembly, with base plate


Connection Kit for Anesthesia System to Ventilator 6025

L.I. Kleinman and Edward P. Radford Jr: “Ventilation Standards for Small Mammals” J.Applied Physiol. 19: 360-362, 1964

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