Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a prescription to purchase these chambers?

No, the FDA does not regulate devices for use with animals.

Are these chambers safe?

Yes, thousands of our chambers are in use with no safety issues.

Are your chambers as safe as the human chambers?

Yes, the FDA recommends that we follow the same safe manufacture standards as with the human chambers.

How long have you been making hyperbaric chambers?

Our companies have been making these chambers for over 35 years.

What is your warranty policy?

Please visit our Warranty page.

What is your return policy?

Please visit our Return Policy page.

Is there any issue with the animals adapting to the higher pressure?

No, they naturally adapt to the pressure changes. In addition, our chamber gives you complete control on speed of pressurization.

What pressure is the chamber tested to?

We have done a destructive test to 19 PSI.

What is the maximum operating pressure?

We ship our chambers set to 1.3 ATA (4.4 PSI)

Can your chambers be upgraded to a higher pressure?

Yes, you can purchase an upgrade to 1.5 ATA (7.2 PSI)

Many of our animals are sensitive to loud or high pitches noises. Are the chambers noisy? 

Inside our chamber there is very little noise. We have incorporated noise and vibration elimination. We have silencers for the incoming air and motor vibration and isolation of the relief valves for a completely quiet treatment.

Can technicians go in the chamber with the animal?

Yes, our chambers have controls that can be accessed from the inside and outside of the chamber.

How does it help?

As a natural anti-inflammatory it reduces inflammation. It super saturates the body tissues with oxygen reducing stress during surgery. During post surgery recovery the chamber adds oxygen to the body fluids so healing occurs faster as more oxygen is delivered to the wound site. Behavioral issues improve as oxygen is delivered to the parts of the brain that are lacking normal oxygen saturation.

How long does a hyperbaric session last?

Typically one hour before surgery and 30 to 60 minutes after surgery. Based on the level of trauma, 1 to 4 hours is most beneficial. For general wellness, 60 minute treatments are normal.