is a unit composed of two separate rooms – the preliminary chamber and the main chamber.
The temperature may be set ranging from -40C to -60C in the preliminary chamber and from -100C to -160C in the main chamber.
The time of the procedure is set and controlled by the personnel and equals 3 minutes for each chamber.
Both ,treatment temperatures and time may be selected and planned individually for each and every session.
Induced circulation on “cold” enables an even spread of temperature throughout the rooms.
Furthermore the lack of roof eliminates the problem of heat produced by patients which
accumulates under the ceiling. In chamber equipped with roofs the accumulated heat has a negative effect
on the distribution of temperature within the area of both chambers.
The advantages of our Cryochamber :
- Relatively low investment costs
- Low operational costs
- Low usage of cryogenic gas
- Very short freezing-out time
- Fast investments reimbursement
- Low space requirements
- Easy service
- Direct contact with patients
- Treatment temperature and time regulation
- Cryotherapy now available for people with claustrophobia
- High patient safety
- Compatible with directives of National Health Fund (NFZ) on refunds
2-3 people Cryochamber should be placed in a separate room, which would not be smaller than
L x B x H = 4,5 x 3,5 x 2,6 m.
The room should be :
not smaller than 20 m2 and be of a height not less than 250cm for 2-3 people Cryochamber
not smaller than 25 m2 and be of height not less than 250cm for 4-5 people Cryochamber
have efficient mechanical ventilation with no less than 6 room volume air changes per hour
There should be a power supply next to the chambers room and it should have 230V/50Hz and power of 4.0 kW.
It is suggested not place and swimming pools or any other hydro devices which could increase the humidity, next to the chamber.
There should be a non-slippery carpeting on the floor where the chamber is placed. We recommend to make a floor heating right in front of the chamber.
If there is no floor heating, then we will produce a cryogenic chamber with a heating plate underneath the chambers’ floor.
There also should be a floor drain in the chambers’ technical room place. It’s eventual lack must be discussed with CryoMK.
In the buildings’ wall, directly behind the technical room of the chamber must be performed:
2 holes in diameter of F130 mm /or one in diameter of 150x300mm/ which will
be used for chamber ventilation and used nitrogen exhaust. It’s place must be discussed with Cryo,
external hole in diameter of about F10cm , to conduct the cryogenic pipeline installation connecting the chamber and the cryogenic tank.
There should be a mechanical ventilation with a proper multiplicity of air swaps in the chambers’ room /minimum 6 times per hour/