The ACT Difference – ACT’s Unique Oxygenation System
Trusted and Used Worldwide
There’s a reason that ACT is the world leader in oxygen control systems. Sleeping as well in the mountains as you do at sea level requires more than just putting oxygen in a room. It requires technology and experience. When investing in an oxygenation system for your mountain home you must consider these three things as top priority.
Effectiveness is achieving the therapeutic benefit you are looking for such as a good night’s sleep. To achieve effectiveness, you must monitor both barometric pressure and oxygen; otherwise it’s like trying to control your HVAC without a thermostat.
Increasing oxygen can increase fire risk when not engineered correctly. According to the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association), it is only possible to reliably control an oxygenated environment if the control system incorporates oxygen sensors, a pressure sensor, and the NFPA 99B 188.8.131.52 algorithm. ACT is the only system that does all three. And for good reason. Other systems relying on manually entered set-points and calculations for safety introduces human error and risk.
ACT has the largest residential installed base in the industry and has been around for over 24 years. This is a complex business and we have more experience and success stories than anyone. ACT engineers developed the first normobaric (normal pressure) altitude simulation system in the mid 1990s. Since then ACT has advanced the technology in every year. See our technology.
ACT is the Only Choice for the US Government
ACT was chosen by the U.S. Federal Government for altitude simulation after a nationwide competition. ACT is the only company approved by the Federal Government as a sole source supplier for all its altitude simulation applications, including pilot training, and medical research. ACT’s systems have been selected by the FAA, U.S. Air Force, US Navy, U.S. Army, and Federal Research Labs.