The chamber equipment includes the following basic installations and systems:
- gas installation,
- life support system in the chamber (inlet and outlet installation manually controlled from the chamber service panel, oxygen dosing system, carbon dioxide absorbers, inhalation system (BIBS), chamber heaters maintaining a certain temperature),
- measuring system,
- electrical installation,
- fire-fighting equipment,
The extensive measuring system is designed to control the atmosphere parameters of the chamber compartments and performs measurement of pressure, temperature, humidity as well as oxygen and carbon dioxide content. In addition, it allows measurements of other gases and harmful admixtures with additional instruments by taking gas samples directly from the chamber.
The hyperbaric chamber is adapted to the use of the following respiratory agents: air, oxygen and breathing mixtures, and also ensures the maintenance of the required partial pressures of the respiratory agents’ components and constant control of their content in the chamber atmosphere.
The interior of the hyperbaric chamber is equipped with: 2 beds, for 2 lying persons or 8 people sitting and 6 folding seats, of which 4 are in the transfer compartment. A total of 14 inhalers were installed in the chamber, as well as 3 carbon dioxide absorbers, 2 hyperbaric fire extinguishers and heaters.
The compartments of the chamber are separated from each other by a pressure bulkhead in which a transition manhole is mounted. At both ends of the chamber there are main hatches equipped with connections according to NATO STANAG 1079 FLANGE standard used by NATO. The internal diameter of all manholes is Ø750 mm, which allows free passage.
In addition, the chamber is equipped with two transport locks (one for each compartment) and 11 portholes, of which 2 are equipped with monitoring cameras. Diving phones, pressure gauges and the necessary fittings are also installed in both interiors.
The gas installation is designed for storing respiratory factors, sending them to the chamber, discharge from the chamber and measuring their pressure and composition. The basic elements of the gas installation were selected based on the requirements for the safety and comfort of people being at elevated pressure. All system components have been prepared and assembled taking into account strict requirements for oxygen purity.