Originally co-developed with United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), this innovative technology allows a new level of safety and efficiency for animal handlers.
Humane conditions and comfort for animals;
Rapid and continuous method of containment and transport for exposed and infected animals;
Significantly reducing human contact time with animals;
Significantly reducing the length of time animals must be anesthetized;
Significantly reducing the possibility of contaminating the environment;
HEPA filtered airflow through the glovebox assures a comfortable environment while in transit;
Gloveports on the transfer cart allow for procedures and emergency intervention.
Transporters can dock to the Class III BSC or vivaria doors equipped with interlocking Rapid Transfer Ports (RTP), thereby eliminating containment breaches and potential animal injuries or escapes.