Water Delivery

  1. NOW Newsletter: The Hydropac Pouch Tote.

    The Hydropac Storage Tote. More Storage in Less Space.

    One of the many benefits of using the Hydropac pouch for individual cage watering is the ability to store greater volumes of ready to use animal watering in less space. Up to 30 flexible and compact filled water pouches can be stored in polypropylene tote containers while maintaining water quality. Each translucent tote container can be securely stacked to provide...

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  2. NOW Newsletter: Clean Joint Technology and Biofilm

    NOW Newsletter: The Clean Joint Technology and Biofilm

    To eliminate the gap between pipe lengths, a rubber seal may be used to bridge the pipe - removing the dead spaces in between. Edstrom Clean Joint™ piping systems apply this principle to inhibit biofilm growth. Clean joint connections utilize an L-shaped rubber seal between pipes to provide a smooth internal profile.

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  3. NOW Newsletter: Dive into Continuous Water Treatment Options

    Continuous Water Treatment Options

    Many biomedical facilities have chosen to employ Continuous Dosing of acidified or chlorinated water to moderate pathogenic organisms, promoting better animal health and research integrity.

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  4. Bedding Recommendations for Edstrom Animal Drinking Valve

    Bedding Recommendation Title

    From time to time we are asked to provide information on which bedding produces the lowest incidence of compromising the functionality of the animal drinking valve.

    Here is our reply.

    The most important aspects of any contact bedding material utilized in solid bottom cages should be focused on a particle:

    • Size consistency
    • Shape
    • Dust content
    • Potential metabolic inhibitors and microbiological contaminants *

          * Could readily be controlled if the bedding material is autoclaved prior to being utilized

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  5. The Key To Extending The Life Of Animal Drinking Valves

    Valve Care Graphic

    What are the most common water contaminants? Avidity Science Drinking Valves are made from autoclavable 316 stainless steel and silicone rubber components, materials renowned for their resistance to chlorinated or acidified water found in animal watering systems. We have best practices for the care of our drinking valves which includes information for sanitization, sterilization, and storage of the valves whether they are integral to the cage, removable or integral to the manifold. These guidelines are key to extending the life of your drinking valves.

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