The Anesthesia Air Pump is a device that continuously compresses air through the power system, generating air pressure, and providing an air source for the anesthesia machine. The airflow delivered by the Air Pump to the Anesthesia Machine is stable, the mechanical noise generated is small, and it can be used for a long time, which is very suitable to use as a laboratory air source.
Our Air Pump can provide the air source for the animal anesthesia machine during use. The new air pump is small in size, stable in conveying airflow, large in airflow, has low mechanical noise, and can be used continuously.
Scavenging machines are used in the collection and removal of waste anesthetic gases (WAGs) vented during the anesthetization processes. These systems comprise collection devices, interfaces, and disposal systems. Scavenging machines also help monitor the gases and prevent barotrauma to the subject resulting from a change in incoming and outgoing gas flow.
The Y maze is similar to the T maze, except with three arms at 120 degrees to each other. The rodent or mouse starts at the end of one arm, then chooses between the other two. Spontaneous alternation is measured to demonstrate learning.
The Y-maze is often preferred to the T-maze because gradual turns decrease learning time as compared to the sharp turns of the T-maze. It is also a smaller maze* to allow fewer degrees of freedom of movement, focusing the animal on the task at hand. The Y Maze can also be baited with food for rewarded alternation. Food wells are standard 1cm deep.