In the mid 90’s, the most common method of fire fighting in hyperbaric chambers was to use an old style two cylinder fire extinguisher.

The industry was in need of a more up-to-date design, so Kalacom took on this challenge. After many prototypes, testing and refining for approvals, the final outcome was the Hyfex, a single aluminium cylinder, permanently stored, non-toxic, non-corrosive AFFF type which had several safety features such as burst disc, warning pressure gauge and HP Hoses.

In the mid 90’s, the most common method of fire fighting in hyperbaric chambers was to use an old style two cylinder fire extinguisher.

The industry was in need of a more up-to-date design, so Kalacom took on this challenge. After many prototypes, testing and refining for approvals, the final outcome was the Hyfex, a single aluminium cylinder, permanently stored, non-toxic, non-corrosive AFFF type which had several safety features such as burst disc, warning pressure gauge and HP Hoses.

In the mid 90’s, the most common method of fire fighting in hyperbaric chambers was to use an old style two cylinder fire extinguisher.

The industry was in need of a more up-to-date design, so Kalacom took on this challenge. After many prototypes, testing and refining for approvals, the final outcome was the Hyfex, a single aluminium cylinder, permanently stored, non-toxic, non-corrosive AFFF type which had several safety features such as burst disc, warning pressure gauge and HP Hoses.