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Centered on individual patient care

Monoplace hyperbaric chambers provide a private and comfortable experience for single patients undergoing HBOT. Monoplace chambers are commonly used in hospitals, clinics, and private healthcare facilities.

Extended for multiple patient care

Multiplace hyperbaric chambers are larger in size and capacity. This makes them an efficient option for treating more people (up to 12+2 persons) in a controlled environment inside a healthcare facility.



  • 1 SEAT

  • 1 WINDOW





3.0 - 6.0 ATA PRESSURE


  • 12+2 SEATS

  • 2 MODELS

Help your patients get faster results with HBOT

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) is a principal or complementary treatment for numerous medical applications. Inside the hyperbaric chamber, patients breathe 100% pure oxygen under high pressure, starting from 2.0 ATA up to 6.0 ATA, according to recommended treatment protocols.

More oxygen, more healing.

This “super-oxygenated” blood circulates throughout the body empowering accelerated healing, reducing swelling, fighting infections, and encouraging the formation of new blood vessels, especially in areas where healing has been compromised due to decreased oxygen availability.

More pressure, more dissolved oxygen.

High-pressure conditions play an active role in hyperbaric chamber therapy. As we breathe pure oxygen and increase the chamber’s pressure, the partial pressure of oxygen inside the body rises significantly. This elevation results in a higher concentration of dissolved oxygen in the bloodstream, delivering several key physiological benefits:

Enhanced oxygen delivery

Through increased pressure, oxygen readily dissolves in all body fluids, including plasma, cerebrospinal fluid, and lymphatic fluid. This process ensures that oxygen reaches even the most remote and poorly perfused areas of the body, promoting optimal oxygenation in tissues that may have been compromised due to injury or illness.

Accelerated healing

The interplay between enhanced oxygen delivery and reduced inflammation stimulates the body’s natural healing processes. Consequently, HBOT substantially shortens recovery times for wounds, fractures, and surgical incisions, promoting robust tissue regeneration and improving overall patient outcomes.

Optimized oxygen-dependent processes

High pressure can optimize various essential cellular processes, such as collagen synthesis and the production of fibroblasts and osteoblasts, which depend on oxygen availability. This optimization leads to more efficient tissue repair and regeneration.

Neurological benefits

The increase in oxygen availability in the brain improves the brain’s response to various neurological conditions, such as stroke, traumatic brain injury, and neurodegenerative disorders. HBOT actively supports neuroplasticity, reduces brain swelling, and significantly improves cognitive function.


We care about positive health outcomes with hyperbaric oxygen therapy.

You care about the health of your patients.

High standards in medical hyperbaric chambers translate into improved user health outcomes. Better wellness, faster healing, and shorter recovery times can reduce medical or non-medical expenses and lead to a healthier, more productive lifestyle.

Committing to high-quality, certified HBOT equipment can help establish your brand as a premium provider in the healthcare sector.

Decompression sickness

This condition can occur when divers ascend too quickly, causing bubbles of nitrogen to form in the blood and tissues. These bubbles can block blood vessels and cause a variety of symptoms, including pain, fatigue, and paralysis. HBOT can help to shrink the bubbles and improve symptoms.

Air or gas embolism

This is a blockage of a blood vessel by a bubble of air or gas. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including decompression sickness, trauma, and medical procedures. HBOT can help to shrink the bubble and improve symptoms.

Slow or non-healing wounds

Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT) can be a powerful tool for promoting healing in chronic wounds that resist traditional treatments. This includes diabetic foot ulcers, pressure sores, and tissue death (gangrene) caused by poor blood flow. Additionally, HBOT can help reduce tissue damage caused by radiation therapy.

Carbon monoxide poisoning

Carbon monoxide is a gas that can be inhaled from car exhaust, fumes from burning charcoal or gas, or smoke from a fire. It can prevent the blood from carrying oxygen to the tissues, which can lead to death. HBOT can help to increase the amount of oxygen in the blood and tissues and improve symptoms.


Total Quality Management

Our Total Quality Management system includes all aspects across design, manufacturing, testing, functionality, and customer service to ensure our hyperbaric oxygen systems are effective in therapy, but also safe, reliable, and accessible for patients.

Safety and compliance

Safety standards and certifications play a vital role in guaranteeing the quality and reliability of hyperbaric chambers used for hyperbaric oxygen therapy (HBOT).

Quality testing

Our quality control team coordinates the manufacturing and third-party testing process according to international regulations, procedures, and criteria for the certification of medical devices for medical HBOT & wellness applications.


Holding all the important CE, ISO, UKCA, NFPA, PVHO, PED, and ASME certifications, our products are manufactured, tested, and certified to the highest quality and safety standards. We comply with all international safety and quality regulations.