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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.

  • 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.

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 jewelry 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 analyzer nearby the Cryosauna to inform those present if the oxygen concentration in the room falls below 19%.

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