H Hyperbaric chambers are a form of pressure vessel capable of holding one or more person.  The chamber is sealed and air (or specific gas mixes) can be pumped in or out in order to raise or reduce the atmospheric pressure inside the chamber.  The larger, more advanced chambers can hold multiple people and specialist medical equipment.  An attendant on the outside of the chamber can control the amount of pressure inside the chamber and also the rate at which the pressure changes.

  • Monoplace Chambers

    A monoplace chamber is a hyperbaric chamber built to accommodate one person.

  • Multiplace Chambers

    A multiplace chamber is a larger sealed pressure vessel capable of holding multiple people.  This makes it possible to accommodate a patient AND medical attendant, and therefore more suitable for certain treatments.