NEW Small Animal Treadmills

Line of high performance Small Animal Treadmills.

By | April 14, 2014

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Whitehall, PA - Coulbourn Instruments has introduced a line of high performance Small Animal Treadmills. These units are ideal for forced exercise training and muscle fatigue studies in rodents.

Unique benefits of these treadmills include:

  • Reduced stress to subjects and smooth operation with the high performance, silent motor, even at high speeds
  • More rapid animal training with integrated shock grid which delivers constant shock despite the number contacts, ensuring minimal discomfort while promoting training
  • Flexibility for experimental protocols with the widest speed range available, 5 to 150 cm/sec and both positive and negative incline capabilities
  • Can be adjusted manually on the control unit or through the optional software as preferred by the user
  • Minimal maintenance and easy to clean

Optional software displays belt speed, distance travelled, number of shocks as well as accumulated shock duration. Single and multi-lane models are available. Single lane versions have an optional CO2 air tight enclosure for use with the M3 System for metabolic studies. Coulbourn Instruments is a global developer, manufacturer, and distributor of innovative and specialized products to enhance bioresearch.

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Coulbourn Instruments SINGLE LANE TREADMILL, RAT

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