How does hyperbaric testing work?

News 12-10-2021
How does hyperbaric testing work?

Products are placed in hyperbaric chambers, which are often cylindrical in shape, before water is injected and then pressurised using pumps.

For every 10 metres below sea level, a water pressure of 1 bar is exerted. So, if a product was going to be deployed at 1,000 metres below sea level, the weight of the pressure on that product would be 100 bar.

Hyperbaric Chambers

Our facility offers nine hyperbaric testing chambers ranging in size and pressure capability including the world’s largest, commercially available hyperbaric chamber which can simulate water depths down to 4,500 metres.