Super-low treatment temperature
-110°C to -120°C measured at the end of the cryogenic hose
Only 0.75 liter of liquid nitrogen needed for one treatment
Easy to move due to strong casters
Long 1.5-meter cryogenic hose for comfortable operation
Use the same Dewar tanks as for cryosaunas
Touch screen operation
Easy settings for treatment time and temperature
Who Can Use Spot Cryotherapy Devices?
- Massage therapists
Why Choose Nitrogen-Powered Local Cryotherapy Devices?
Electric cryotherapy devices with a temperature range between -20° and -40°C are suitable for beauty care. For pain relief and other healthcare purposes, efficient temperatures start from -100°C. Cryomed’s cryofans effortlessly ensure -120°C.
Another important thing is the location of the sensor. In Cryomed’s spot cryo devices, the sensor measures the temperature at the end of the hose, while some manufacturers put sensors at the beginning of the hose. With an average length of a cryogenic hose at 1.5 m, the actual temperature at the end of the hose will be much higher than the sensor’s reading. Our cryogenic temperatures are confirmed by laboratory testing protocols.
If you choose between various nitrogen local cryo devices, look at their efficiency. In Cryomed’s cryofan, one 10-minute treatment at -100°C takes only 0.75 liter of liquid nitrogen. Efficient nitrogen consumption helps to have more treatments from one tank and extend the time between refillings.
Our cryofans come with 35-liter Dewar tanks. Optionally, 50-liter tanks are available.
When Local Cryotherapy Is Better Than Whole-Body Cryotherapy?
In some situations, local cryotherapy treatment can be a better option than whole-body cryotherapy. The most common instances are:
- When a person cannot stand up, like with ankle sprains; for local treatments, a customer can comfortably sit or lay down.
- When a person has a heart or blood vessel condition, which prevents him or her from doing whole-body cryotherapy.
- When a person has a recent muscle sprain: shivering, which contracts the muscles during a whole-body cryotherapy session, can aggravate pain.
- When a person is afraid of doing whole-body cryotherapy.
- When affected areas are above the neck or on the feet because these areas are covered during whole-body cryotherapy.
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