Altitude sickness can ruin a mountain vacation. Utilizing the same technology used by Harvard Medical School and the Mayo Clinic, ACT provides altitude control to private residences to increase oxygen, reduce effective altitude, and eliminate mountain sickness for you and your guests – all while meeting NFPA standards for fire safety and OSHA standards for air quality. The entire system is completely automatic, silent, and unobtrusive in your home.

What is Acute Mountain Sickness?

The thin air at high altitude causes a lack of oxygen in the blood which can result in altitude sickness: malaise, fatigue, insomnia, headaches and digestive upset. Besides ruining the enjoyment of your mountain home, altitude sickness can develop into a serious health issue. The usual solution is to go to lower altitude where there is more oxygen.

How does an ACT system prevent altitude sickness?

The ACT system adds oxygen to your room and allows you to remain at high altitude in your mountain home while having the benefit of the higher oxygen found at lower altitudes; thereby eliminating altitude sickness and reducing health risks. ACT installations blend seamlessly into a bedroom, media room or other room in your home.


Benefits of Oxygen at Altitude

  • Better Sleep
  • Greater Clarity of Mind
  • Faster Recovery from Exercise
  • Eliminates Altitude Sickness and Its Symptoms
  • Improved Digestion
  • Improved Mood

Intelligent and Elegant

Our altitude control system is both invisible and silent in your oxygen controlled room while precisely displaying, monitoring and regulating oxygen levels and effective altitude. The system detects occupancy and responds accordingly to air quality and oxygen consumption and atmospheric pressure. Contact us for a free consultation: 844-617-2520

“We suffered from altitude sickness when we visited our mountain home at 9,500 feet. We solved the problem with an ACT oxygen conditioning system. It worked so well that we installed one for the guest bedroom as well. I can control it from my smartphone before we leave for Colorado”.

Bill H., Vail, Colorado