About E-Z Anesthesia
Quality products and customer service are our top priority. For more than 25 years, E-Z Systems® has advanced animal research equipment. We have worked with veterinarians, scientists, research technicians, and facility managers to create our top-of-the-line equipment. We pride ourselves on quickly responding to our customers’ needs and finding innovative solutions. E-Z Systems’ superior customer service ensures that we will support you and your equipment long after the warranty expires.
The E-Z Anesthesia® line was first introduced in the early 2000s. It was created with the help of veterinarians at Temple University. The veterinarians recognized a need for a rodent specific inhalant anesthesia machine. Thus the EZ-Anesthesia system was born. In addition to an entirely new anesthesia machine, E-Z Systems patented an innovative breathing interface for rodents that is part of every breathing device we offer. Another innovation included our stainless steel water-heated surgical beds, a durable heated surface providing gentle water heat.
In 2010, we introduced the next generation of the E-Z Anesthesia product line. We updated our previous anesthesia system with the EZ-7000 Classic System and added two new system configurations, the EZ-AF9000 Auto Flow System and the EZ-SA800 Single Animal System. With the help of our customers, we continue to innovate and lead the industry with the highest quality equipment offerings.
More Choices, Increased Flexibility, Better Solutions
Three Standard Systems are Available:
Auto Flow System features an automatic five output manifold that does not require flowmeters.
Classic System incorporates a manual five output manifold that includes a flowmeter configuration that improves upon the original E-Z Anesthesia design.
Single Animal System offers an economical choice for single animal treatment.
All systems come standard with the EZ-103A Microflex Breather and the EZ-178 Sure-Seal Mouse/Rat Induction Chamber. Systems include all necessary hardware components and connections required for anesthesia. The only additional elements required to operate the system are an oxygen source and liquid isoflurane. An array of alternative breathers and accessories allow you to customize a system to your specific requirements.