A normobaric chamber (known also as oxygen SPA, oxygen chamber or oxygen capsule) is a specialised, certified equipment unit used for recreational and therapeutic oxygen sessions, which are a perfect complement to various beauty and spa treatments.
What is an oxygen SPA made of?
The final shape, appearance and construction of a normobaric chamber is the result of advanced engineering know-how and the achievements of modern science.
The vessels which form the “shell” of the oxygen SPA are built from scratch with suitably preprocessed components. They have never been used in any other application, especially for storage chemicals like fuels.
The oxygen SPA is a steel vessel. The vessel is insulated with mineral wool provided with outer and inner surface protection made with special coatings complete with the required approvals. The vessel is provided with windows and doors suitable for operation at increased positive pressure and ensuring stable parameters of the internal atmosphere.
Design of the oxygen SPA
The chamber interior may feature:
- Pressure lock, or the transition room for compression and decompression;
- One or two furnished rooms (the Relax and VIP Zones) for oxygen sessions;
- A fully equipped toilet.
All materials and components used by the Ekonstal Group for construction of the oxygen SPA:
ensure maximum and uncompromised safety to the occupants
are sources from trusted suppliers who can provide appropriate certificates and approvals
are made specifically for normobaric chambers only
A fully automated system is tasked with managing and maintaining strictly defined parameters of the atmosphere inside the normobaric chamber which are different from the Earth’s atmosphere. The automatic control system features a number of monitoring, diagnostic and alarm functions.
In the pressure lock and the Relax and VIP Zones are control panels with displays reading the atmospheric parameters and facilitating compression and decompression.