How Much Does a Hyperbaric Oxygen Tank Cost?

Let’s look at a breakdown of the factors affecting the cost of hyperbaric oxygen tanks, along with associated price ranges for each factor:

Size & Intended Use

● Personal Use Chambers. They are small, single-person chambers for the home that cost $5,000–$20,000. They are intended for non-critical therapy and wellness purposes.

● Medical-Grade Chambers. They cost more because of their advanced safety features and therapeutic capabilities. Depending on size and features, wheelchair-accessible or multi-patient chambers cost $75,000 to $200,000.

● Mild Hyperbaric Chambers. They run at lower pressures (1.3 ATA) for wellness and recovery, costing $5,000–$15,000.

● Hard-Shell Hyperbaric Chambers. High-pressure models (up to 3 ATA or more) are for serious medical conditions. They cost $20,000 to $100,000 for personal models and over $75,000 for medical-grade models.


● Chambers are generally between $5,000 and $20,000 for personal use from brands like OxyHealth, Summit to Sea, and Hyperbaric Clearinghouse.

● High-end chambers can cost several hundred thousand dollars from brands like Sechrist Industries and Perry Baromedical.