Ear Tags - Mouse and Rat
Mouse and Rat Ear Tags (ear tagging)
Self-piercing and self-locking mouse and rat ear tags are used in research and lab animals, such as mice, rats, and other small animals. The ear tags are silver in color and made of a monel, nickel-copper alloy with excellent corrosion resistance, strength and ductility.
Laser etched ear tag characters provide greater visibility. Black lettering is etched directly on the ear tag. Random sequences of a hundred consecutive tags are available for immediate shipment. Optional condensed number typeface allows for up to four numbers on each side of the ear tag. Numbering can be put on the “hole” side or on the “point” side of the ear tag or both. Custom sequences are available.
Stamped Mouse and Rat Ear Tags
Stamped ear tags are numbered consecutively. Three digits will fit on one side of an animal ear tag. Random sequences of a hundred consecutive ear tags are available for immediate shipment. Optionally, up to six digits will wrap around to the reverse side of the mouse or rat ear tag. Longer numbers and type changes are available for an additional charge.
Paint Filled Mouse and Rat Ear Tags
Paint filled, stamped ear tags have the same features as regular stamped ear tags, only with the impressions of the stamped digits filled in with black paint for easier viewing.
All of our animal identification ear tags are applied with a hand-held ear tag applicator. The stainless steel ear tag applicator is designed to seal the ear tags with minimal pressure, while providing a good, secure seal. The animal ear tag applicator can be used with or without the spring. The spring applies slight closing pressure to help hold the tag in the applicator prior to sealing.
There is a set-up charge of $20 for alpha characters. If you have multiple alpha characters, there is an additional $5 charge for each additional or change in alpha characters. If you have any questions, please call to obtain a specific quote for your order.
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