Disposable Cages 101

Innovive Disposable Rodent Cages and Racks 101

The Innovive Disposable IVC Rodent Caging System for mice and rats is a comprehensive end-to-end animal husbandry solution that features our high-performance IVC racks and our single-use, disposable cages. We also offer additional options such as pre-bedded cages, pre-filled water bottles and a closed-loop recycling service that makes it easy for you to recycle.

Innovive Disposable IVC Rodent Caging System includes:

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High performance IVC racks (Innorack®)
  • Dual HEPA-filtered ventilation system
  • Single and double-sided options, multiple configurations
  • Dynamic digital controller with remote management (RackNet®)

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Single-use, recyclable disposable cages (Innocage®)
  • Variety of caging lids to accommodate all types of research
  • Made of 100% high viscosity PET, BPA-free, fully recyclable
  • Patented lightweight thin-wall caging

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All Innovive disposable caging products are delivered Research-Ready™:

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  • All products arrive securely double-bagged and irradiated, and ready for research use
  • Options for pre-bedded cages (corn cob or ALPHA-dri®), pre-enriched cages (Innorichment™) and pre-filled water bottles (Aquavive®)

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Innovive Disposable IVC Rodent Caging System simplifies dirty cage processing:

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  • Once disposable cages are used, the dirty bedding can be dumped and the cages can be fully recycled
  • Our system eliminates all of the laborious activities of a traditional washable caging system, such as cage washing and sterilizing
  • Innovive offers a dedicated recycling service that picks up dirty bedded cages from your facility and processes them for you

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Using the Innovive Disposable IVC Rodent Caging System results in:

  • Simplified vivarium processes
  • A smaller, less complicated facility layout
  • Improved employee health and ergonomics
  • Lower costs and utility consumption

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