Transportable cryotherapy chambers
CryoAction’s transportable cryotherapy chambers are designed to be installed externally, often adjacent to gymnasiums or changing areas. The cryochambers are used where internal space is restricted or construction of new facilities is is to take place in the future and a temporary cryotherapy solution is required. The unit houses everything required to deliver a complete cryotherapy treatment in one purpose designed unit. The specially fabricated unit comprises a cryotherapy chamber, a changing/preparation area and a separate entrance for the technical apparatus. All the unit requires is a stable foundation, electricity and a separate liquid nitrogen supply and treatments can commence.
The units is built with a prefabricated structure consisting of a vestibule and the actual chamber, where the walls are filled with thermal isolation. The internal walls of the chamber are lined with attractive lime wood panels.
The cryochamber is cooled using liquid nitrogen. This enables the system to deliver effective cryotherapy treatment temperatures as low as -160°C. The advanced design and configuration of the system makes the CryoAction cryotherapy chamber to be one of the most efficient and also economical in its consumption of liquid nitrogen.
A video tour of a CryoAction 2 – 3 person transportable cryotherapy chamber as sited at Watford FC. This particular unit is to a bespoke design to maximise space inside the chamber. The large changing area can hold a further 3 – 4 people, ensuring a swift transition of athletes undertaking the treatment.
The unit is installed adjacent to the club’s gymnasium and ensures a smooth transfer of players into the cryotherapy unit, kickstarting their post training recovery protocols.
2 - 3 person transportable cryotherapy chamber
4 - 5 person transportable cryotherapy chamber
CryoAction whole body cryotherapy chambers are available for outright purchase with competitive pricing. The units are sold with a comprehensive service, support and training plan offering any purchaser, a high quality product and a package to ensure a substantial return on investment.
CryoAction whole body cryotherapy units are available under competitive finance rates. This facility offers the opportunity to spread the payments over an extended period or to obtain tax relief on the purchase. This function is also useful for clubs seeking to optimise capital expenditure under the Financial Fair Play regulations.
CryoAction whole body cryotherapy chambers are available for medium to long term rental. The crychambers are available to be installed to provide access to cryotherapy treatments on a temporary basis and are delivered complete with all the equipment, training and support to deliver effective treatments.
Track record & experience
The cryochambers have over 100 installations across Europe and offer cryotherapy treatments to over 1000 patients daily. The cryotherapy chambers are fully tested and certified as Medical Devices (Annex VI of the Directive 93/42/EEC on Medical Devices). This factor enables CryoAction to not only offer leading edge cryotherapy technology but also, education and best practice, based upon substantial experience and expertise.
The CryoAction fixed cryotherapy chamber is designed with safety in mind. A series of auto shutdown features are programmed into the system to ensure that in the unlikely event of any alteration in the oxygen levels, will result in total cessation of the treatment. A series of alarm buttons are available throughout the unit and camera and monitors ensure that the operator has full surveillance of any treatment.
Specification of the CryoAction transportable cryochamber
- Operating conditions
- Operating parameters
- Alarm systems
- Operating data
- Liquid consumption
- Additional items
Nominal operating conditions
- Ambient temperature: 10 – 45°C
- Relative humidity: <85%
- Atmospheric pressure: 80 – 106 kPa
- Type of operation: continuous operation
- Power supply: internal
Cryochamber working parameters
- number of patients in the cryochamber: 2 – 3
- Treatment time (by personnel): 1 min – 3 min
- Treatment time (by programming): 30 s to 5 min. every 1s
Cryochamber operating parameters
- Temperature stabilization in treatment chamber: ± 3 0C (max. +/- 10°C)
- Cryochamber cooling time: 40 min. to -160 0C
- Quantity of respiratory air introduced into the chamber: (163 k) > 35 m3/h
- Concentration of oxygen in the chamber: 18 – 22%
- Life span of oxygen sensors: 3 – 4 years
- Consumption of LIN to cool the chamber: to -120°C – approx. 100 kg
to -160°C – approx. 120 kg
- LIN consumption during treatment sessions: from 60 kg – 80 kg
Decrease in the concentration of oxygen in the chamber:
- < 19% a sound signal and automatic cut-off of the inflow of the cryogenic liquid both into the chamber as well as into the building.
- +22% a sound signal and automatic cut-off of the inflow of the cryogenic liquid both into the chamber as well as into the building.
- Patient has a push button located inside the chamber, as well as a light and sound signal.
- Normal power consumption: 16 (A)
- Power supply: 400/50 (V/Hz)
- Temperature range in treatment chamber: from -80 0C to -160 0C
- Temperature in pre-chamber: -60 0C
- Cryogenic chamber cooling down to temperature: -120°C ca.25 mins.
- Time inside treatment chamber (regulated by personnel): 1 – 3 mins.
- Time inside pre-chamber (regulated by personnel): 1 – 3 mins.
- Automatic chamber regeneration: programmable by operator
- Liquid nitrogen consumption for cooling down: 100 kg
- Liquid nitrogen consumption during a 3 min treatment: 3-4 kg
- Music player Installed
- Microphone enabling one way voice transmission Installed
- External monitor to main chamber Installed