Divide and conquer: Animal isolation cubicles let you pack more research into your existing space.
By combining slim-yet durable SIP walls, a quiet-rolling door, and state-of-the-art air handling and control, Britz & Company’s full isolation cubicles make the most of your existing space—without compromising safety.
As you may have seen—or perhaps have in your research facility now—traditional “block construction” cubicle walls are about 8″ thick. In comparison, our structurally insulated panel (SIP) cubicle walls are 1 1/2″ thin, preserving valuable research floor space.
Not only are SIP cubicle walls easier to construct, clean, and maintain, they also provide superior sound control, and they’re much easier to remove and relocate as your research needs change. You can even install a new full cubicle between facility-provided divider walls!
In addition to durable and space-saving SIP walls, every Britz & Company full cubicle comes standard with a quiet-open/close rolling door and programmable, continuously monitored logic controller (PLC). Using the touchscreen interface, you can easily specify air changes, differential pressure, and air system inside the cubicle space without having to call or wait on Facilities to come do it for you.
What are the benefits of a rolling cubicle door?
- ZZipTrack Technology provides the best seal under negative and positive differentials
- ZVertical door opening provides a clear, unobstructed path for moving equipment in and out
- ZQuiet operation for minimal disturbance to animals
- ZLower room height requirements
- ZCan easily be retrofit to replace failing telescoping doors and give older cubicles new life
- ZQuick and fast to install, with less lead time than a telescoping door
What does the PLC monitor inside the cubicle?
- ZAir changes
- ZDifferential pressure
Ask about renovating your outdated cubicles!
Breathe new life into an outdated research space—and ultimately save your facility time and money in the process.
“Britz & Company totally refurbished 7 cubicles for our university in 2016. We upgraded to roll-up cubicle doors. I LOVE MY CUBICLES!”