• Primate chair

Primate chair

All chairs have been developed, tested, and refined in some of the world's leading research facilities. Each chair has been developed specifically for a particular species and its physiological structure. These chairs offer increased portability, speed of handling, and safety for both the handler and your valuable primate. A choice of two seat styles offers increased comfort in a more natural position for the primate.

  • All surfaces that come into contact with the animal are tooled and highly polished to eliminate chafing and body lesions.
  • All restraint plates are adjustable both horizontally and vertically.
  • No tools are needed to adjust the chairs. Thoracic plates and waste pans are standard on each chair.
  • Food bars allow for self-feeding or dietary rewards.
  • Casters are anti-scuff with brakes and locks.
  • Heavy gauge acrylic (optical quality) offers long run durability and total observation of your animal.
  • Large hand knobs afford a good grip when hands are wet and slippery (safety factor).
  • No assembly required.


  • A- Watering "T" Bar
  • C- Urine Deflector
  • D- Table Top Leg Stand
  • E- Inhalation Helmet
  • F- Head Restraint Package
  • G- Primate Collars
  • H- Primate Snare Pole
  • I- Safety Enclosure


Cat. No. Description
  Primate Species Weight Range Package Includes Available Accessories
Marmoset, Common "Callithrix Jacchus" 500 g to 1 kilo D I
Squirrel "Saimiri Sciureus" 500 g to 1 kilo D I
514-AG African Green "Cercopithecus Aethiops" 1.5 to 4 kilos B A, D, E, F, G, H, I
515-SASR Rhesus "Macaca Mulatta" 2.5 to 8 kilos B A, D, E, F, G, H, I
517-CM Cynomolgus "Macaca Fascicularis" 2.5 to 8 kilos B, C A, D, E, F, G, H, I
520-BS Baboon "Papio-Papio" 2.5 to 8 kilos B, C A, D, E, F, G, H, I