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Our inflatables are built to order to the highest specifications and have a standard production time of 6-8 weeks.

Fully portable the inflatables will fit into a five-door hatchback.

Inflatables are supplied with standard accessories and optional extras.

IBO can ship the inflatables worldwide, however our clients are free to use their own shipping agent.

We can also build bespoke inflatable educational tools.


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*NEW* Midi Inflatable Colon
  • Length: 3.5m (11.48ft) 
  • Width: 3.65m (11.98ft) 
  • Height: 2.4m (7.8ft) 
  • Weight: 51KG

*NEW* Midi Inflatable Colon

The new midi inflatable IC/IB designed with the help of the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme team from the Victoria Hospital Blackpool was designed specifically for smaller internal events. It still contains all the information as in the Large Bowel/Colon. However It takes less time to inflate and deflate, less space to display and easier to handle as it weighs less. It is less suitable for bigger external events.

Testimonial from Shahida Hanif  (RGN RMW RHV BA MA) BCSP Health Promotion Specialist

"We have had the pleasure of working with Jola for the last 2 years to design and develop the new Midi Inflatable Bowel. It has been a wonderful experience from start to finish. Jola has listen to everything that we wanted and made sure the product was right for us. The new midi bowel is great its easily transportable in a car and we are able to use it across many of our low uptake areas in Lancashire. It is going to be an excellent visual resource to help us engage with our communities. It will help break down barriers and increase awareness of bowel cancer and the BCSP. Highly recommend Jola and her team Thank you from all the Lancashire BCSP Health Promotion Team"

Inflatable Colon (IC)
  • Ground Space: 25m²

Inflatable Colon (IC)

Colorectal / Bowel Cancer is highly treatable if diagnosed early and yet there are more than 1.3-million cases worldwide and almost 700,000 people die from the disease each year. A major cause is poor eating habits combined with low physical activity.

The IC is a walk through inflatable replica of the human colon that demonstrates the various stages of colorectal / bowel cancer and other diseases of the large intestine.

It provides audiences with answers to questions concerning colorectal/bowel cancer in a fun and novel way and breaks down the taboos surrounding the disease.

Testimonial from Wendy Potter Nurse Manager (organiser of the event) HS2 Align

"The inflatable bowel really made our health event as it’s a real conversation starter, in construction with a predominantly male workforce it is sometimes very difficult to have open and frank conversations about health issues and we found that the operatives were really keen to see inside and find out more information. The whole booking system was efficient and the staff were amazing.  Thank you so much for making our event and we really look forward to using your services in the future"

Alimentary Adventure (AA)
  • Ground Space:10m²

Alimentary Experience (AE)

Obesity is a risk factor for cancer and can cut life expectancy by 2 to 10-years. An estimated 400 million people worldwide are classified as clinically obese. ‘Globesity’ - the worlds ever expanding waistline is now recognised as a major global health threat comparable to HIV / Aids.

The AE has been designed as a replica of the human digestive system to demonstrate in a fun and innovate way the complex anatomy and inner workings of the alimentary canal and the digestive process.

Alimentary Adventures has been an invaluable tool for the APC Microbiome Institute’s education and public engagement programme offering a very visual and enjoyable learning experience and wonderful opportunities for us to engage with people of all ages at appropriate levels” said Dr Catherine Buckley, Communications and Outreach Manager at the APC.  Over the past 2 years, tens of thousands of kids and adults of all ages have explored Alimentary Adventures and learnt about digestion and the microbiome.”

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Inflatable Breast (IB)
  • Ground Space: 40m²

Inflatable Breast (IB)

The profile of breast cancer is relatively high however the unpredicted increase in incidences show clearly the need for continued public education and awareness to ensure that men and women continue to remain aware of the disease and its risks, signs and symptoms.

The Inflatable Breast is a walk through educational tool aimed at raising awareness of breast cancer and the issues surrounding the disease.

Breast cancer rates are rising rapidly.  Today, as many as 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with the disease at some point in their lives. In England, incidence rates have increased amongst women by 90% and amongst men by as much as 60% in just one generation.

Our goal is to encourage men and women to become more aware of their bodies generally and to get to know their own breasts. Learning how their breasts look and feel at different times will help women and men know what is normal for them and recognise any irregular changes.

The Inflatable Breast is a walk through educational tool aimed at raising awareness of breast cancer and the issues surrounding the disease.

"Getting students to pay attention to anything educational, is ironically, quite difficult. However, with the giant inflatable breast catching loads of eyes, we were able to draw a lot attention and effectively educate people on the early signs of breast cancer and how to check for them. Angela, and the inflatable breast added a whole other dimension to our campus event and helped keep the educational aspect fun and entertaining, offering a unique experience. Angela's vast range of knowledge was also fascinating and she taught everybody something new."

Jane Bruce-Quansah (University of Sussex)

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