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Saving lives worldwide since 1985


Our commitment to you is to deliver an unprecedented level of service.  We believe this can only be achieved through open dialog and clear and concise communication, so please let us hear from you.  Tell us what we’re doing right, but more importantly, let us know what we can do different, and ultimately better, in how we serve you.

Patient wearing a hyperbaric helmet while in a chamber
Our Story

Our Story

New Beginnings

The purchase of Sea-Long Medical Systems Inc. is not simply a business venture for our family. We have personally benefited from treatment and believe in hyperbaric therapies for health and longevity. Knowledge of the hyperbaric treatment process is important to us; prior to our purchase of Sea-Long, we completed 40 hours of Hyperbaric Technician Training. We plan to be certified Hyperbaric Directors before the end of 2017.

Our hyperbaric accessory department is being expanded to include zone valve boxes, high/low alarm panels, cryogenic hoses and check valves, passive vaporizers, automatic and semi-automatic oxygen manifolds, ground strap testers, chamber ground test kits, and a complete line of 100% cotton, no-pocket, hyperbaric scrubs…to list a few items. If you know of products we can offer that would be of benefit to you, please let us know. 

We are truly looking forward to getting to know each of you, and hopefully providing a service you find helpful and valuable.

How the helmets are made in the warehouse


October 2016

Sea-Long is under new ownership and moves its headquarters from Kentucky to Texas.

April 2017

Sea-Long goes social with the launch of our Facebook page

June 2017

Sea-Long will be attending the UHMC annual scientific meeting in Naples, FL

August 2017

Sea-Long will attending the HBOT conference and expo in New Orleans, LA

July 2018

Relocated hood ring suppliers to Texas for higher quality control
Second Study by pulmonologist John P. Kress, MD showing the helmet “confers several advantages over the face mask”. 

Check out the study here

September 2019

Relocated hood manufacturing to Texas for quicker lead times

March 2020

Assisting hospitals and medical staff around the world with Non-Invasive Ventilation helmets and kits amid a pandemic related ventilator shortage


The WHO approved the use of the helmet for BiPap and CPAP use


A new website with an online store.

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