HYPERLITE 1

The Hyperlite 1 is the world leading portable hyperbaric chamber and the only internationally approved non-metallic chamber capable of any 100% Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT). Key features include:

Hyperlite 1 - Key Features

Weight

50 kg (without patient)

PACKAGED Size

Dimensions:
Case 1 & 2: 70 x 70 x 42 cm
Case 3 & 4: 47 x 36 x 18cm

CERTIFICATIONS

CE Mark (93/42/EEC)
ASME-PVHO 1 Compliant
US Navy Diving System Certified

MAXIMUM OPERATING PRESSURE

2.3 Bar (g)
3.3 ATA

MAXIMUM OPERATIONAL ALTITIUDE

5,300 metres 17,500 feet above sea level

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Technical Specifications

Exact Specification can be altered to Customer Preference

Description Imperial Metric
Length 88.5 inches 224.5 cm
Diameter 23.5 inches 59.5 cm
Window Thickness 1.0 inch 2.54 cm
Bladder Thickness 0.05 inches 1.2 mm
PV Weight 110 lb 50 kg
PV Volume 20 cubic ft 570 litres
Max. Allowable Working Pressure 75 fsw – 33.5 psig 23 msw – 2.3barg
Production Test Pressure 114 fsw – 50 psig 34.5 msw – 3.45 barg
Prototype Test Pressure Achieved 453 fsw – 201 psig 138 msw – 13.8 barg
Gauges – Bourdon Dual Scale 0 – 90 fsw 0 – 30 msw

Key Features Details

Weight

The lightest portable hyperbaric chamber on the market

With a combined weight of just 50kg (without the patient) the Hyperlite 1 is the most lightweight hyperbaric chamber capable of all 100% oxygen therapies. It can be lifted and carried by 4 or 6 personnel and is suitable for helicopter or crane winch. What’s more, it’s light enough for check-in on commercial international flights.

Packaged Size

Transport with ease

The Hyperlite 1 is highly portable, suitable to be carried and assembled by just two personnel. It can be split into three case or four case options with minimal storage requirements. The Hyperlite 1 system has been transported in a small compact vehicle and operated inside a helicopter cabin, small vessel and even a submarine.

CASES NO DIMS IN INCHES DIMS IN CMS WEIGHT LB WEIGHT KG
MAIN 1 28 x 28 x 17 70 x 70 x 42 88 40
MAIN 2 28 x 28 x 17 70 x 70 x 42 88 40
CONTROL 3 19 X 14 X 7 47 X 36 X 18 25 12
ANC. PARTS 4 19 X 14 X 7 47 X 36 X 18 14 6

Certifications

Global certifications & the most extensive testing

Hyperlite Chambers are the most extensively tested hyperbaric chamber in the industry. We combine medical device certifications with military approval as well being the first and only non-metallic portable hyperbaric chamber capable of all 100% oxygen therapies that is approved by the US National Standards ASME-PVHO. In addition, our systems are approved for ‘transfer-under-pressure’ – used for treating a patient, whilst transporting them to a medical facility.

DESIGN CODES & STANDARDS
DESIGN CODES ASME PVHO-1 (2012) & Case 12
U.S. NAVY DIVING & MANNED HYPERBARIC
SYSTEMS SAFETY CERTIFICATION
TEST WITNESSING LLOYD’S REGISTER EMEA
QUALITY ASSURANCE ASSESSORS SGS UK LTD SYSTEMS & SERVICES CERTIFICATION ISO 13485:2003
QUALITY ASSURANCE STANDARDS ACHIEVED DIRECTIVE 93/42/EEC FOR MEDICAL DEVICES FDA COMPLIANT
PROTOTYPE TESTING (* ALL AT 100F/38C)
OVERPRESSURE TEST 6 x MAWP FOR 30 MINS ON 3 UNITS*
EXTENDED DURATION CREEP TEST 5 x MAWP FOR 300 HOURS*
CYCLIC PRESSURE TEST 10,000 CYCLES (1/MIN)*
CYCLIC FOLDING TEST 4400 CYCLES
COLD STORAGE TEST INFLATION AFTER STORAGE AT -18˚C / -0.4˚F
DAMAGE TOLERANCE DROP TEST DROP TEST AT 45˚ 200 LB LOAD MIN 3 FT
OTHER TESTS SOLAR RADIATION, SALT FOG, VIBRATION & EMC TESTS

Maximum Operating Pressure

All 100% hyperbaric oxygen therapies

The Hyperlite 1 exceeds other fabric bodied hyperbaric chambers in many aspects of operation, but perhaps none-moreso than the pressure ratings. With a Maximum Operating Pressure (MOP) of 2.3 Bar (g) or 3.3 ATA, the system remains the only non-metallic portable hyperbaric chamber to be capable of all 100% oxygen therapies including an 18msw (60 fsw) US Navy TT6 Dive Table.

Maximum Operational Altitude

The altitude advantage

The capability to continue treatment whilst at altitude provides benefits both in patient care and from an operational perspective. For those suffering from pressure related injuries, an increase in the altitude may enhance/cause recurrence of symptoms. By placing the patient under pressure in a Hyperlite Hyperbaric Chamber, hyperbaric oxygen can be administered to improve the condition of the patient, whilst allowing the pilot to evacuate without low-altitude flying restrictions. Treatment in a Hyperlite 1 System, allows full US Navy Table 6 treatment up to an altitude of 5,300 metres (approximately 17,000 ft) in an unpressurised air cabin. By at higher altitude, the aircrafts fuel consumption is reduced and scope for flight durations or distances are extended.
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