Rodent 44-4

    Original price was: $3,275.00.Current price is: $2,947.50.

    Add 4 Fans and 4 Filters for maximum rodent holding capacity:

    Add a set of locking casters to your rack:

    All valves are barbed to securely fasten to tubing. Diaphragm recommended for mice, spring-loaded for rats. Select material and style below.

    Would you like to include locking front tray clips on your rack?

    Complete your purchase with additional add-ons:

    Add More Rack Levels

    Please enter the number of extra levels you would like to add to your order

    SKU: rod44 Categories: ,


    This rack is made of J4 Stainless Steel, no rust ever!

    The KEY to The Freedom Breeder Systematic Cycle for breeding rats! This is where it all begins and ends!

    Watch this short video to see why the 44-4 is essential for your rodent breeding.

    You will use the Rodent 44-5 or Rodent 44-4 to house your females while they recover from breeding and raise your smalls to breeders when you remove the moms from the Rodent 824-20, 824-70, 832-40, 612-40 or 77-70 to recover.The perfect addition to a facility that either produces or purchases large numbers of either mice or rats.

    Heavy duty fans with these units allow the user to hold more rodents in each tray. The trays can be removed from the rack for quick cleaning.

    Fans and Filters

    The Fans and Filters sit on top of each level blowing down on the rodent removing body heat. With the fans and filter, you can house a quarter more rodents in each tub.

    (Rodent 44-4 Rodent 44-5 have Stainless Steel Water Line Enclosure option included)

    Rack Dimensions:

    Full rack: 49 3/4″(W) x 30 1/4″(D) x 66 5/16″(H)

    Single-level height: 17″

    Packing List

    (4) Rodent 44 Stainless Steel Levels
    (4) 44 series Tubs
    (1) Complete Stainless Steel Enclosed Water System
    (1) Standard Base Frame
    (4) 4” Heavy Duty Casters

    (16) Drinking Valves


    Attention Customers!

    1.Please run water through your new racking systems for a day before placing rodents or bedding in the rack.
    2.Check for any disconnected tubing.
    3.Adjust valves by hand to stop all leaks and test again for another day. (Do not tighten with tools!)

    This test is to avoid flooding your rodents.


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