Physiological research may require testing the effects of altitude, different oxygen levels, or varying partial pressures of oxygen. Our team collaborates with research institutions and universities around the world to provide precise oxygen control and altitude simulation. We regulate oxygen levels and altitude within 1/10th of 1% through redundant, self-calibrating sensors and exact barometric pressure readings while eliminating CO2 as an extraneous variable. Our integrated pulse oximetry system enables detailed recording of blood-oxygen saturation while recording data for analysis.
Precise and Adaptable
ACT’s team built the world’s largest altitude controlled system for research, the Khalifa Sports Hospital, and the world’s largest altitude training system, the Aspire Dome in Doha Qatar. In addition ACT has incorporated altitude simulation in environmental chambers for dozens of universities and research institutions worldwide from Harvard to Shanghai. In addition to winning coveted SBIR awards from the US Federal Government our team created the first altitude systems designed specifically for aviation training for NAVAIR simulating up to 30,000′.
ACT’s altitude simulation system controls more than just oxygen levels. Our technology is equally capable in controlling true altitude (the partial pressure of oxygen), CO2 and air quality. Our systems are in use in labs and universities worldwide. Your research project will likely have its own specific needs – contact us at 844-617-2520 and we can help.
Choose ACT for precise altitude simulation, automatic operation, and absolute air quality control so experiments run effortlessly and reliably. Our altitude simulation system is compatible with environmental chambers, metabolic carts, blood analysis and other test equipment.