Primary housing units with integrated enrichment, made of durable stainless steel with solid and wire mesh panels.
Single and/or group housing for primates
4.8 sq. ft./per compartment
“Proper housing and management of animals facilities are essential to animal well being, to the quality or research data and teaching or testing programs in which animals are used…”
Features and Benefits
Single & Group Housing Units
The Environ-Richment 4-packs can be divided into single housing modules or opened up to allow horizontal socialization capability.
Easy to mount, typically on the rear; includes a stainless steel watering manifold with small primate valves.
Removable half solid and/or half grooming, composite, wire mesh partitions can provide observation, olfactory, partial contact or no contact.
Flat Excreta Pans
This stainless steel waste collection pan is easy to clean, either cage washable or autoclavable.
Slide-in feeders have an integrated cardholder. Top lid provides easy filling for primate biscuits or feed.
Squeeze Back Restraint
Controls the animal for samples and or testing purposes, then secures in the rear position when not in use. May also be used as a resting perch.
Rear Drain Pans
This stainless steel pan provides an area for waste collection and can be flushed out the rear of the unit.
Water/Dry Forager, Small
1″ wire mesh basket with poly-carbonate foraging pan. Animals can fulfill their desire to forage and/or wash food items in a liquid medium. Can also be used with shavings, etc. for dry forage.
A rear-mounted center drain for use with rear drain pans provides a direct passage for flushing waste to drain systems.
Roller Panel, Small
1″ wire mesh with mounting brackets for up to 3 roller inserts. User may choose from PVC tubes or fleece rollers. Provides a medium for foraging when the roller is prepared with seeds/treats and applied with a sticky medium.
Stainless steel rotary latch with key provides security and helps eliminate padlocks.