Min.: -160 °C (-256 °F)
Max.: -140 °C (-220 °F)
„Cryosauna” is a single person cryogenic chamber used for individual treatments of systemic cryotherapy.
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.