• CRYOSAUNA

    „Cryosauna” is a single person cryogenic chamber used for individual treatments of systemic cryotherapy.

  • CRYOCHAMBER

    CRYOGENIC CHAMBER - ( Cryochamber) – is suited for group systemic cryogenic therapy.

  • CRYOTHERAPY

    (greek „cryo” – cold, „therapeia” – cure) – is a term used for treatment based on using extremely low-level temperatures (much below -100 C) directly on the body surface within the time frame of 2-3 minutes.

CRYOSAUNA

„Cryosauna” is a single person cryogenic chamber used for individual treatments of systemic cryotherapy.

  •   General Information
  •   Technical Data
  •   Safety Requirements
  •   Local Requirements

Cryosauna:

During the treatment the temperature is regulated by the staff within the range from -140 C to -160 C . The time may also be changed form 30 seconds up to 3 minutes. The Cryosauna is equipped with an elevated floor, so the person who is inside is submerged in the “cryobath” up to his/her shoulders – the head is held outside of the effect area of low temperature, thus the user breathes the air from the main room. Such a solution helps also people suffering from claustrofobia. It also provides a direct contact with the patients throughout the treatment, which improves their sense of safety. The cabin of the Cryosauna is fit out with pivoting door, which can be opened at all times using minimal strength again reassuring patients of their absolute safety. The Cryosauna has an airing system which expels the gas used in the cabin-cooling process simultaneously ventilating the main room. The interior of the cabin is oval and heterogenous making the temperature inside to be spread out evenly.

Overall dimensions:

  • Width ( when the door of the cabin is closed) – 900 mm
  • Width ( when the door of the cabin is opened) – 1500 mm
  • Total length – 1470 mm
  • Total height – 2445 mm


Weight of the chamber ( the cabin with a person inside) – 250-300 kg

Height of the patient – 150-200 cm



Electrical parameters:

  • Nominal power output – 1,5 kW
  • Power supply – 400/3~/50 V/Hz


Technical data:

  • Temperature range of the Cryosauna - -140 C - 160 C
  • Freezing out of the Cryosauna (cabin startup ) – 4-8 min
  • Time range of a single treatment – 1-3 min
  • Recommended time of a single treatment – 1,5 min
  • Maximum time of a single treatment – 3 min


Nominal consumption of the cryogenic gas:

  • Freezing out of the Cryosauna - ~ 8 – 10 kg
  • During the treatment - ~ 1 – 1,5 kg/min

  • Patients having treatment enter the Cryosauna appropriately dressed. The patients are not allowed to wear any jewellery during the treatment.
  • In no event may those having the treatment be permitted to breath cold gas mixture in the Cryosauna cabin. Cryosauna should be placed in a room with an efficient mechanical ventilation.
  • It is necessary to install a reliable air oxygen concentration analyser nerby the Cryosauna to inform those present if the oxygen concentration in the room falls below 19%.
  • Cryosauna can be operated only by persons who have been properly trained and have received an adequate Certificate. It is recommended that there be a first aid kit in the room or nearby in case of emergency.

It is recommended to place the cryosauna in a separate room. The room should:

  • be not smaller than 10 - 15 m2and should be of a height not less than 250 cm;
  • the door to the room should be not narrower than 80cm;
  • have efficient mechanical ventilation with not less than 5-6 room volume air changes per hour;
  • have two 125-130 mm diameter openings from the room to the outside /the cryosauna will be connected with them by flexible ducts (type FLEX); one common opening with 160 mm diameter is also possible;
  • have one opening with 100 mm diameter to conduct cryogenic installation connecting cryogenic gas container with cryosauna;
  • be equipped with a 3-phase socket, 16A, with “0-I” switch. The cryosauna is supplied with 3-phase power supply;
  • be equipped with a reliable oxygen concentration analyser /oxygen detector/ informing when the oxygen concentration in the room falls below 19%; the delivery of cryosauna does not include the oxygen detector (it can be ordered at the manufacturer or at the gas supplier);
  • It is recommended not to place a swimming pool or hydro-massage equipment or any equipment significantly increasing air humidity in adjoining rooms.

CRYOCHAMBER

CRYOGENIC CHAMBER - ( Cryochamber) – is suited for group systemic cryogenic therapy.

  •   General Information
  •   Technical Data
  •   Safety Requirements
  •   Local Requirements

Cryochamber - 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

Technical Data

Dimensions of the Cryochamber : for 2-3 people for 4-5 people
Width (L) 3000 mm 3800 mm
Depth (B) 4500 mm 5200 mm
Height (H) 2300 mm 2800 mm
Weight ~ 1500 kg

  • Patients having treatment enter the Cryosauna appropriately dressed. The patients are not allowed to wear any jewellery during the treatment.
  • In no event may those having the treatment be permitted to breath cold gas mixture in the Cryosauna cabin. Cryosauna should be placed in a room with an efficient mechanical ventilation.
  • It is necessary to install a reliable air oxygen concentration analyser nerby the Cryosauna to inform those present if the oxygen concentration in the room falls below 19%.
  • Cryosauna can be operated only by persons who have been properly trained and have received an adequate Certificate. It is recommended that there be a first aid kit in the room or nearby in case of emergency.

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/

CRYOTHERAPY

(greek „cryo” – cold, „therapeia” – cure) – is a term used for treatment based on using extremely low-level temperatures (much below -100 C) directly on the body surface within the time frame of 2-3 minutes.

  •   Local Cryptherapy
  •   Cold Treatment
  •   Cryotherapy Recovery
  •   Biological Regeneration

Indications for local cryotherapy:

  • RHEUMATOLOGY
  • ORTHOPAEDICS
  • NEUROLOGY
  • DERMATOLOGY
  • SPORTS MEDICINE
  • BEAUTY, WELLNESS & SPA

The therapeutic effects of local cryotherapy:
  • Increased pain threshold.
  • Local stimulation of the blood circulation.
  • Enhancement of hormone secretion.
  • Reduced swelling.
  • Reduction of muscle tension.
  • Reduction of the inflammatory processes activity.
  • In conjunction with kinesitherapy, increased joint range of motion and muscle strength.
  • Shortened period of recovery after sports injuries.
  • Applied immediately after burn: healing process of the skin without infections and scarring.

TECHNICAL PARAMETERS (K30):
  • Capacity of the vessel
    30 litres
  • Temperature of nitrogen vapor at outlet
    from -150C to -160C
  • Consumption of liquid nitrogen (in operation)
    0,08 – 0,1 kg/min
  • Max. use of liquid nitrogen per treatment (ca. 3 min)
    0,3 kg
  • Max. number of treatments
    approx. 60
  • Smooth control of flow strenght level
    from 50% to 100%
  • Device weight with empty dewar
    28 kg
  • Device weight with full dewar
    54 kg
  • Total dimensions
    60 x 60 x 104
TECHNICAL PARAMETERS (K50):
  • Capacity of the vessel
    50 litres
  • Temperature of nitrogen vapor at outlet
    from -150C to -160C
  • Consumption of liquid nitrogen (in operation)
    0,08 – 0,1 kg/min
  • Max. use of liquid nitrogen per treatment (ca. 3 min)
    0,3 kg
  • Max. number of treatments
    approx. 100
  • Smooth control of flow strenght level
    from 50% to 100%
  • Device weight with empty dewar
    33 kg
  • Device weight with full dewar
    74 kg
  • Total dimensions
    60 x 60 x 115

KRIOSAN is a device designed by cryogenics experts from KrioSystem, intended for local cryotherapy treatments with liquid nitrogen vapors at -160°C. It is equipped with a modern control panel, including colour display and transparent operating buttons, what makes it very easy to operatre. KRIOSAN is certified by a medical laboratory Predom-OBR and is registered into the Register of Medical Devices.

KrioSystem provides professional training in scope of the technical operation of the device and the safe handling with liquid nitrogen. The training is confirmed with a certificate issued by KrioSystem.

Cold - treatment was known already back in ancient Egypt ( ca. 2000 years b.c. ). In the 5th century B.C. Hippocrates has used cold to reduce pain and swellings.

Cold toughens up our organisms, increases immunity, speeds up metabolism, improves blood circulation and grants us health and energy. Women since the dawn of time have used cold baths out of concerns for their beauty and have looked sensational without using modern cosmetics or numerous beautifying treatments. Short-term exposure to cold is positive for skin and reduces cellulite.

Cryotherapy is also used in rheumatology, orthopaedics, burn treatment, as well as pain alleviating, l owering muscle tension, swellings reduction and shortening injury recovery time. It is recommended for people suffering from various infections or having weight disfunctions, athletes.

Cryotherapy improves well-being , relaxes, energizes and increases vitality – your mood is better , you no longer feel depressed, fatigued or tired. On the contrary you are overwhelmed by a feeling of relaxation, liveliness and wellness. Cryotherapy is athe new biological regeneration.

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