Full Body Cryo Chamber

Whole body Cryo Therapy Chamber

Product Specification

Usage/Application: SPA/Home

Size: 142*110*240cm (length*width*height)

Color: White/Black

Material: Exterior Fully metal.

Interior fully with high grade synthetic leather

Capacity: 1 Person

Model Name/Number: K5

Net Weight: 280 KG

Gross Weight: 490 KG

Nitrogen: 1.3 litre/minute

Valve Size: G5/8

Pressure: 0.2~0.6 mpa

Standard Features

•LED lights that light up the interior of the cabin.
•Automated lift that can take up to 200 kg.
•Recirculating fans that can save nitrogen usage.
•Magnetic doors for ease of opening and closing.

Safety Features

  • Door sensors auto shut-off for those who want to exit out.
  • O2 sensors for oxygen level drops.
  • Emergency push button for operators.

Additional Features

  • Vortex of nitrogen for even distribution of nitrogen in the leg area.
  • Recirculation of liquid nitrogen from shoulder to feet to save nitrogen usage.
  • Large temperature display for show case purposes.
  • Drying function to allow little to no downtime in the treatment process.


1. What is a cryotherapy chamber?

A cryotherapy chamber is a cold therapy treatment chamber that exposes the body to extremely low temperatures, typically ranging from -110°C to -160°C (-166°F to -256°F), for a short duration, usually 2-3 minutes.

2. How does cryotherapy work?

Cryotherapy works by exposing the body to extreme cold, which triggers a range of physiological responses, including vasoconstriction (narrowing of blood vessels), reduced inflammation, and the release of endorphins. This can promote healing, reduce pain, and improve overall well-being.

3. What are the benefits of cryotherapy?

Some potential benefits of cryotherapy include reduced muscle soreness and inflammation, improved recovery after exercise or injury, enhanced circulation, boosted metabolism, and relief from chronic pain conditions. It may also promote skin rejuvenation and improve mood and mental clarity.

4. Is cryotherapy safe?

When performed correctly by trained professionals, cryotherapy is generally considered safe for most people. However, it is not suitable for everyone, including individuals with certain medical conditions like uncontrolled hypertension, heart conditions, circulatory disorders, or those who are pregnant. It’s important to consult with a healthcare provider before undergoing cryotherapy.

5. What should I wear during a cryotherapy session?

Clients typically wear minimal clothing, such as underwear or swimwear, and protective gloves, socks, and footwear provided by the facility to protect extremities from cold exposure.

6. How long does a cryotherapy session last?

A typical cryotherapy session lasts 2-3 minutes, although the duration may vary depending on individual tolerance and specific treatment goals.

7. How often can I undergo cryotherapy?

The frequency of cryotherapy sessions can vary depending on individual needs and goals. Some people benefit from daily sessions, while others may find that 2-3 sessions per week are sufficient. It’s best to consult with a cryotherapy specialist to determine an appropriate treatment schedule.

8. Are there any side effects of cryotherapy?

While cryotherapy is generally well-tolerated, some people may experience temporary side effects such as tingling, numbness, redness, or skin irritation. In rare cases, more serious adverse reactions like frostbite or cold burns may occur if safety protocols are not followed.

9. Who should not undergo cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is not suitable for individuals with certain medical conditions, including uncontrolled hypertension, heart conditions, circulatory disorders, Raynaud’s syndrome, cold allergies, or those who are pregnant. It’s essential to consult with a healthcare provider before undergoing cryotherapy to ensure it is safe and appropriate for you.

10. How do I prepare for a cryotherapy session?

To prepare for a cryotherapy session, it is recommended to avoid alcohol and caffeine, hydrate well, and refrain from shaving or applying lotions or creams to the skin immediately before treatment. It’s also important to follow any specific instructions provided by the cryotherapy facility to ensure a safe and effective experience.

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