NEWS RELEASE



ETC’s BioMedical Systems Division Awarded Contract for Multiple Monoplace Chambers

Southampton, PA. June 10, 2008. Environmental Tectonics Corporation’s (Amex: ETC) (“ETC” or the “Company”) BioMedical Systems division today announced the sale of seven BARA-MED® XD Monoplace Hyperbaric Chambers to Med One Capital for placement at four facilities associated with Haelen Hyperbarics.
 
ETC is delighted to work with Haelen Hyperbarics, a growing network of physician operated Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy (HBOT) clinics. Haelen Hyperbarics also provides physicians with turn-key HBOT solutions to incorporate the therapy into their existing medical practices throughout the United States.
 
ETC prides itself on being the only manufacturer of a computerized monoplace hyperbaric chamber. The BARA-MED® XD includes a 4th generation Windows™ based operating system. This computerized system eliminates the need for operator dive time management and paper recordkeeping while ensuring comprehensive and unassailable documentation of the procedure. These features enable technicians to focus their attention on patient care and management, making them more effective and efficient.
 
Don Webber of ETC’s BioMedical Division, commented, “We are happy with the sales we have experienced during our 1st fiscal quarter and are optimistic for continued sales growth in the coming year”.
 
The BioMedical Division plans to continue to supply its customers with both well-designed and scientifically advanced products in a competitive market. The BARA-MED and BARA-MED XD is a true evolution of our expertise in bringing practical value and technology closer together.
 
For further information on ETC hyperbaric chambers and how our chambers could benefit your HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy) programs please visit our website http://www.etchyperbaricchambers.com.



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