- Research Models
- Cage Changing
- Barrier Technology
- Cage & Bottle Cleaning
ScanClime® (patented technology)
A stable relative air humidity has significant effect on breeding, animal welfare and the validity of your research.
The European convention for the protection of vertebrate animals used for experimental and other scientific purposes, ETS 123 specifies a relative humidity of 55% ±10 inside cages for rodents.
Especially during the winter, it can be a real challenge to meet these guidelines and it might affect the health of the animals, the breeding performance and the reproducibility of your research. Mice without fur and pups in particular should be protected from fluctuations in the relative humidity.
ScanClime is an air handling unit that gives you a very accurate, flexible and affordable control of the relative air humidity.
European Patent: EP 2918926B1 | US Patent: 10,492,461 | Japanese Patent: JP6182682B2
WebAcademy: Improve Breeding Performance and Research Results by Controlling Cage Humidity, 1 of 2 (18-06-20)
WebAcademy: Improve Breeding Performance and Research Results by Controlling Cage Humidity, 2 of 2 (25-06-20)
ScanClime: Accurate relative humidity at rack level for your rodents
ScanClime: Akkurate relative Luftfeuchtigkeit für Ihre Nager
ScanClime: User statements from researchers, veterinarians etc.
ScanClime: Aussagen von Forschern, Tierärzten, Tierhausleitern, Tierpflegern und Technikabteilungen
ScanClime: Where, why and the technology
ScanClime: Einführung und Aussagen
Low ambient humidity impairs barrier function and innate resistance against influenza infection – American Society for Microbiology
Why is flu more serious during the winter? – Yale University