Why work with ACT?
Over the past 24 years, ACT has designed and engineered nearly every major altitude simulation system in America. Our customers include government and research institutions. And of course, we have installed our altitude simulation systems in homes throughout the Mountain West.
Our Experience and Ethic
We do not leave until everything is working perfectly. We have a 100% success rate in our projects. We look forward to continuing that record with your project.
SBIR Award-Winning Technology
Our company is the winner of several Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) awards from the U.S. Federal Government. The SBIR award is not just a trophy. In this program, ACT received funding to perfect its technology for military use. These contracts led to the development of the most advanced altitude simulation/oxygen control system in the world.
Every ACT system meets three necessary engineering standards: CDC’s standard for safe oxygen levels, OSHA’s standard for air quality, and NFPA’s standard for fire safety. We don’t just add oxygen to a room; we engineer a whole system. We guarantee the performance and safety of our systems.
24 Years of Experience
Over the years, we have replaced failed attempts from unqualified companies and individuals. Some just pumped oxygen into a room without sensors or controllers. These systems were unable to maintain oxygen levels or impact effective altitude. Others failed entirely. ACT is the most experienced altitude control company in the world. We won’t be learning our art at your expense.
It Starts with Physiology
Our bodies respond to the partial pressure of oxygen – the product of oxygen percentage and barometric pressure. And barometric pressure is constantly changing. When pressure drops, oxygen percentage must be increased to maintain an effective altitude. When the pressure climbs, the oxygen percentage must be reduced not just to maintain comfort but to remain in the NFPA’s fire safe zone. That is precisely how an ACT system works.