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CryoAction launches electronically-cooled whole body cryotherapy chambers

Our ability to offer our clients the choice between nitrogen or electric chambers is very important to us
– Ian Saunders

CryoAction has unveiled a new range of electric cryotherapy chambers with temperatures reaching as low as -140°C.

The new electric models are chilled solely from inside the chamber, meaning they cool more quickly and don’t have the same temperature losses between treatments as other electrical chambers do.

According to CryoAction, the units are super-efficient and have extremely low running costs. They can run for up to 10 hours per day with automatic scheduling of cooldown and regeneration cycles.

The cryo chamber also allows both temperatures and durations to be tweaked to offer each user a personalised session to meet their needs.

Ian Saunders, CryoAction CEO, said: “Unlike other electrically-cooled cryo chambers on the market, ours don’t rely upon forced convection with the intensive use of fans to direct cooled air onto the user. We have no need to simulate session temperatures in our units because the temperatures are real, as is the efficacy of the cryotherapy session for the user.

“The introduction of our electric chambers breaks down barriers, meaning cryotherapy can be more accessible to a wider audience across the wellness, fitness, leisure and sports sectors like never before.

“We’re well aware that cooling via electrical refrigeration and nitrogen offer similar results at different price points and clients need to be able to make an informed choice for themselves based on their business needs and personal preferences.

“Our ability to offer our clients the choice between nitrogen or electric chambers is very important to us.”

The new technology can be used for a range of different sized chambers – up to an eight-person model – and still reach extremely low temperatures.

The electrical cooling system is available now in the CryoSolo model, with the CryoDuo and Transportable options launching in October.

CryoAction will make the chambers available through its sales team as well as through its network of global distributors in over 33 countries.

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Company Details
CryoAction
CryoAction Limited is a privately owned UK company, founded in 2015 by a team with a strong background in technology and business. CryoAction specialises in whole body cryotherapy technology, and is one of the few companies to design, manufacture, install and service its own equipment.
Address
71-75 Shelton Street London WC2H 9JQ UK
Telephone
+44 800 014 8058
CryoAction has unveiled a new range of electric cryotherapy chambers with temperatures reaching as low as -140°C.
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Our ability to offer our clients the choice between nitrogen or electric chambers is very important to us
– Ian Saunders

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The new electric models are chilled solely from inside the chamber, meaning they cool more quickly and don’t have the same temperature losses between treatments as other electrical chambers do.

According to CryoAction, the units are super-efficient and have extremely low running costs. They can run for up to 10 hours per day with automatic scheduling of cooldown and regeneration cycles.

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