Humane Dispatch of Lab Animals

DCAP guillotines are designed for small animal researchers, and they come in three sizes. The DCAP is considered one of the most humane methods of dispatching laboratory animals. With a single downward motion of the handle, you can euthanize a laboratory rodent quickly and without trauma.



 

These guillotines are designed for small animal researchers, and they come in three sizes. The guillotine is considered one of the most humane methods of dispatching laboratory animals. With a single downward motion of the handle, you can euthanize a rodent quickly and without trauma.

The blades are comprised of hardened steel, so they hold an edge and remain sharp, offering years of service. Sharp blades make the process swift for both the researcher and the subject. With proper care, the stainless steel blades resists corrosion, too.

A heavy-duty spring at the top of each guillotine securely holds the blade in an open position. This prevents the blade from accidentally falling and injuring laboratory personnel. It also makes it quicker to dispatch the subject, requiring only a single downward action.

This guillotine was designed specifically for lab work. The large base affords greater stability. The long handle provides extra leverage. The spring action prevents the blades from falling unexpectedly. The hardened stainless blades ensure longevity of the unit. The simplified construction means easy maintenance. And the fluoropolymer-coated surface on the base makes cleaning easy. The DCAP guillotine is easy to use safely in your laboratory.


If you have any questions, give us a call at (866) 606-1974 (Toll free in the USA) or email us at wpi@wpiinc.com.

 

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