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WCS Wildlife Euthanasia Chamber

Product Code: NWS0123
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WCS Wildlife Euthanasia Chamber
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WCS Wildlife Euthanasia Chamber

Product Code: NWS0123

$250.00
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The WCS Wildlife Euthanasia Chamber is constructed of 22 gauge galvanized sheet metal.  This is  a top loading model which allows you to place both the animal & trap  into the chamber eliminating unnecessary contact.

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Unaka wildlife control (Unicoi tn) | August 6th, 2023
Very cheap made no seems in the loosly fitted sheet metal are sealed. The plexus glass windows are secure with bolts the glass has a big gap in it . Charged it up and done leak check all seams leaked everywhere.in process of sealing it all up. Not worth the price the quality is poor. Lesson learned
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Works very well, very humane.
Thomas R. | May 25th, 2023
I recently received my WCS CO2 chamber and regulator and had my first occasion to use it. The box is well made with a nice big viewing window in the middle of the lid. The included hose was taped securely inside the chamber upon arrival. \n\nFirst animal was a possum trapped in a Comstock 9x11 live trap. \n\nAt the LPM flow rate suggested the possum laid down and fell asleep in 6 minutes. About a minute prior to passing out the possum started getting a tiny bit nervous it seems and tried clawing a bit at the top of the trap but slowly laid down and went to sleep. I watched the breathing and within a few minutes it seemed to have stopped breathing. I left the animal in the box for 20 minutes. \n\nAfter 20 minutes the animal (which turned out to be female) was deceased. 3 babies were noticed while checking the possum’s breathing, these were not noticed until this time. An additional 5 minutes of CO2 then 20 minutes of waiting and they were deceased. Babies take more time to dispatch apparently. \n\nThe CO2 chamber worked as intended. This was my first CO2 chamber experience and it went very well. This is a very human dispatching method. \n\nSadly there is very little information online on CO2 dispatching. The one major online forum discourages discussion about it other than via private messages. Out of fear of “public outcry” I would imagine. This IMHO is silly as this method is no doubt the most humane way of dispatching.
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Humane Alternative
Miura | October 30th, 2020
Our town is plagued with massive amounts of skunks. The running joke is that the official town odor is "eau du skunk". The neighbor's think they are cute and feed them. Which draws them into our yard all the time, putting them and the dog uncomfortably close to each other. We got tired of dealing with them after the dog got sprayed twice. We were initially paying a company to come out to trap, remove and dispose of them at $100 per skunk. Six skunks in and we needed to find another way that wouldn't financially be a burden, as well as not cause the skunks to spray. This was a perfect, viable option. The price is totally fair considering the product quality and what we're saving on not having to pay a company to come out every time. We purchased the gauge to go with it and the only thing we needed to acquire was a CO2 tank. The instructions provided by WCS were concise, well written and worked perfectly. Easy cleanup and humane dispatch are huge pros, too.
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Right size
Jeff | November 13th, 2018
Just right. All my traps will fit fine. I did find that I could use a much lower flow rate than the instructions call for (1/3 as much) . Maybe my flow meter is off, but it is also brand new.
great product
trapper moore | August 20th, 2014
This product has proven itself to be very important tool in my business! It works well on skunks there is little to no cleanup after you are done .And no skunk odor.Anyone looking for a cleaner way its well worth it. Keep up the good work WCS Thanks!
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Brand:
Wildlife Control Supplies
Weight:
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Dimensions:
14"W x 14"H x 38"L
Description

The WCS Wildlife Euthanasia Chamber is constructed of 22 gauge galvanized sheet metal.  This is  a top loading model which allows you to place both the animal & trap  into the chamber eliminating unnecessary contact.

Click here for Product Instructions

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Cheap
Unaka wildlife control (Unicoi tn) | August 6th, 2023
Very cheap made no seems in the loosly fitted sheet metal are sealed. The plexus glass windows are secure with bolts the glass has a big gap in it . Charged it up and done leak check all seams leaked everywhere.in process of sealing it all up. Not worth the price the quality is poor. Lesson learned
Verified Buyer
Works very well, very humane.
Thomas R. | May 25th, 2023
I recently received my WCS CO2 chamber and regulator and had my first occasion to use it. The box is well made with a nice big viewing window in the middle of the lid. The included hose was taped securely inside the chamber upon arrival. \n\nFirst animal was a possum trapped in a Comstock 9x11 live trap. \n\nAt the LPM flow rate suggested the possum laid down and fell asleep in 6 minutes. About a minute prior to passing out the possum started getting a tiny bit nervous it seems and tried clawing a bit at the top of the trap but slowly laid down and went to sleep. I watched the breathing and within a few minutes it seemed to have stopped breathing. I left the animal in the box for 20 minutes. \n\nAfter 20 minutes the animal (which turned out to be female) was deceased. 3 babies were noticed while checking the possum’s breathing, these were not noticed until this time. An additional 5 minutes of CO2 then 20 minutes of waiting and they were deceased. Babies take more time to dispatch apparently. \n\nThe CO2 chamber worked as intended. This was my first CO2 chamber experience and it went very well. This is a very human dispatching method. \n\nSadly there is very little information online on CO2 dispatching. The one major online forum discourages discussion about it other than via private messages. Out of fear of “public outcry” I would imagine. This IMHO is silly as this method is no doubt the most humane way of dispatching.
Verified Buyer
Humane Alternative
Miura | October 30th, 2020
Our town is plagued with massive amounts of skunks. The running joke is that the official town odor is "eau du skunk". The neighbor's think they are cute and feed them. Which draws them into our yard all the time, putting them and the dog uncomfortably close to each other. We got tired of dealing with them after the dog got sprayed twice. We were initially paying a company to come out to trap, remove and dispose of them at $100 per skunk. Six skunks in and we needed to find another way that wouldn't financially be a burden, as well as not cause the skunks to spray. This was a perfect, viable option. The price is totally fair considering the product quality and what we're saving on not having to pay a company to come out every time. We purchased the gauge to go with it and the only thing we needed to acquire was a CO2 tank. The instructions provided by WCS were concise, well written and worked perfectly. Easy cleanup and humane dispatch are huge pros, too.
Verified Buyer
Right size
Jeff | November 13th, 2018
Just right. All my traps will fit fine. I did find that I could use a much lower flow rate than the instructions call for (1/3 as much) . Maybe my flow meter is off, but it is also brand new.
great product
trapper moore | August 20th, 2014
This product has proven itself to be very important tool in my business! It works well on skunks there is little to no cleanup after you are done .And no skunk odor.Anyone looking for a cleaner way its well worth it. Keep up the good work WCS Thanks!
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WCS Wildlife Euthanasia Chamber

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Specs
Brand:
Wildlife Control Supplies
Weight:
Ships Dimensional weight due to size
Dimensions:
14"W x 14"H x 38"L

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