Hyperbaric Chambers

EPSI Hyperbaric Chamber

EPSI, a world leader in custom-engineered high-pressure solutions, offers its Hyperbaric Chamber Production Unit. Designed to apply accurate pressure uniformly at below freezing and elevated temperatures to all types of surface, EPSI’s Hyperbaric Chambers are ideal for simulating ocean pressures, research testing of deep oil well components and the controlled simulation of demanding operating conditions encountered in many industries.

EPSI’s Hyperbaric Chambers can be built with typical inside diameters of 100 to 2,000 mm (4-80 inches) and to operate at pressures of up to 400 MPa (58,000 psi) and temperatures from below 0°C up to 320°C (608ºF). Depending on the requirements, large production units can exceed 80 inches in diameter.

The EPSI Hyperbaric Chamber features heating/cooling for various temperatures and mediums to meet the customer’s production or test requirements, including programmable pressurization and depressurization rates. EPSI has developed a sophisticated pressure application sequence that simulates lowering components into the ocean and then removing them.

Small Hyperbaric Chamber

Smaller Hyperbaric Chamber Units

  • Hot zone diameters from 100 mm (4 inches) upwards
  • Chambers with single or multiple heating and cooling zones
  • Heat transfer design options include inside or outside the vessel or combination heating systems
  • A wide selection of pressurizing mediums and temperature ranges
  • Inside chamber movement actuator systems
  • Advanced computerized controls
  • Flexible computerized programming of cycles, data-logging, etc.
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Medium Size & Large Production Hyperbaric Chambers

ADDITIONAL FEATURES

  • Typical diameters from 500 to 2,000 mm (20-80 inches)
  • Cascade control for optimal temperature distribution in the vessel
  • Guiding systems for quick load handling
  • Additional bottom and top cooling/heater plates for better homogeneity
  • Adapter plates for plug-in of test loads
  • Electrical or hydraulic connection with the load via feed throughs