Britz & Company “full” isolation cubicles combine the industry standard Britz & Company telescoping door system with a state of the art, intelligent air handling and control system. Full cubicles are “species independent” and allow for maximum flexibility of the research facility, while providing the industry standard for containment and isolation.
Species independence allows today’s research with rodents to be protected using either basic filter top caging or individually ventilated cage racks. Tomorrow’s research with primates or dogs or swine (or any other species) is equally well protected with loose house caging conveniently rolled inside the cubicle space.
Used in combination, the telescoping door and air control systems provide uncompromising isolation or containment for any animal study. Simple digital human interface allows end users to monitor and control individual cubicle conditions.
Full cubicles are typically used to efficiently divide large research spaces into individual spaces, allowing multiple research studies to be conducted with minimal risk of cross contamination.
A full cubicle may be installed between facility provided divider walls (typically epoxy coated CMU). As a cost saving alternative, BH provided SIP walls may also be used. At 1-1/2” thick these wall panels conserve valuable research space, while providing superior clean ability and sound control. Britz & Company SIPs can be easily and cleanly removed if future studies call for cubicles to be relocated.