Fink Engineering based in Queensland, Australia combine an innovative design approach with state-of-the-art engineering and fabrication facilities to redefine the form and function of medical hyperbaric chambers.
have transformed the way in which hyperbaric medicine is practised.
Hospitals have previously used cylindrical hyperbaric chambers similar
to the recompression chambers used for divers, whereas a Fink facility
is for all intents and purposes like any other modern medical room.
of electronic valving allows the use of a compact panel using state-of-the-art
computer technology. Doors are pneumatically controlled at the push
of a button. Round hatches are replaced by standard-sized sliding
doors with automatic trough covers so that wheelchairs and trolleys
can be rolled easily inside the square sided hyperbaric chamber
patients and attendants enjoy an environment much like any other
treatment room. The finish is the same as elsewhere in a hospital,
and the room accommodates all the medical devices required for hyperbaric
treatments. For safety there is a fire deluge system.
rectangular hyperbaric systems have been quick to engage the interest
of the medical community. As a result, there is now a range of semi-standardised
designs in different sizes which can be easily customised to suit
your individual needs.