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Liquid nitrogen chamber for Cryo therapy

Using the liquid nitrogen dispersion technology, the user's body surface is temporarily kept in an extremely cold environment of -100°C ~ -190°C, which quickly arouses the body's response to the cold, thereby promoting the rapid recovery of body functions.


Standard Features:

- LED lights that light up the interior of the cabin.

- Automated lift that can take up to 240 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.

- O2 sensors for oxygen level drops.

- Emergency push button for operators.

LN2 sauna cryo therapy

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 showcase purposes.

- Drying function to allow little to no downtime in the treatment process.

Wide Applications: 

Beauty and Health:

Cellulite Reduction

Firmer and Healthier Skin

Fewer skin blemishes

Increases metabolism and calorie burn

Faster recovery from surgery

Psoriasis and Dermatitis Treatment

Promotes lymphatic drainage and blood circulation

Activates natural biological regeneration

Sports and Athletics:

Reduce muscle soreness, pain, and inflammation

Reduce delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)

Increased energy and peak athletic performance

Allow immediate post-treatment physical activity

Allows for more intense and higher volume training

Promotes lymphatic drainage and blood circulation

Improves muscle strength and joint function

Overall faster return to athletic training

Reduce injury recovery time

Improve immune system

Reduce fatigue

Medication and Pain Management:


Rheumatoid Arthritis

Chronic fatigue syndrome


Phantom pain

Chronic pain syndrome

Inflammation of the spine

Muscle pain and inflammation

Improved immune system

Central nervous system disease

Degenerative diseases of the joints and spine

Inflammation of tendons, bursa, and joint capsules

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