ETC BioMedical Systems Receives Six Additional Contracts during the Fiscal 2016 First Quarter

ETC BioMedical Systems Receives Six Additional Contracts during the Fiscal 2016 First Quarter
SOUTHAMPTON, PA, USA, June 4, 2015 – Environmental Tectonics Corporation (OTC Pink: ETCC) (“ETC” or the “Company”) announced today that it has received 6 additional contracts during the fiscal 2016 first quarter. In addition to the previously announced contract, ETC BioMedical Systems has booked a total of 12 monoplace hyperbaric chambers, both domestically and internationally, during the fiscal 2016 first quarter.
Jamal Radford, Sales Manager for ETC BioMedical Systems, states, “We are happy to see more and more customers are recognizing the proven chamber technology that we have pioneered over the years. We will continue to push forward and remain committed to the technology, patient comfort, and safety. The BARA-MED is the first and only chamber in the world with a computer automated system that provides superior safety and comfort. We are also the first to implement the garage gurney feature to allow for more space in the treatment room.”
ETC`s monoplace hyperbaric chambers, provided by ETC`s BioMedical Systems, include BARA┬ĚPRESS™ and SMOOTH-RIDE™. BARA┬ĚPRESS™ is the software than can control, as well as record, the treatment, allowing the operator to monitor the patient more easily, consistently and accurately. SMOOTH-RIDE™ is a pressure change technology that enhances patient comfort by reducing the incidence of barotrauma by sixty-seven percent, ensuring more patients complete all their treatment sessions. The BARA-MED Select also offers an undercarriage gurney storage area.

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