Most popular choice worldwide for local cryostimulation.
Quick START allows to begin treatment immediately after turning on the device. In a short time it generates cold between -110°C -160°C required for getting best results of the procedure. Desired temperature is reached 1 minute right after pressing START.
The innovative hand piece is equipped with 2 laser pointers which enables to define optimal distance from skin during the procedure. CRYO-T Elephant enables regulation cold intensity measured on the nozzle outlet. Safety notification system keeps skin safe from freezzy.
Dewar vessels are available in two capacities: 35 and 50 l. Owing to electronic measurement of gas consumption with information presented on the screen, user can plan liquid nitrogen deliveries according to the needs. It enables to minimaze nitrogen losses resulting from gas evaporation during storage.
Up to -160° C
By using nitrogen as a cooling agent, the treatment temperature reach -160° C.
Patented technology combines efficiency and easy of use
The high quality insulation material used inside the cryogenic pipe prevents it from freezing. New design supports the cryogenic hose to offer more flexibility and support to the operator.
Quick & Safe procedure
Time of procedure on specifie body area ranges from 30 seconds to 5 minutes, on the face from 2 to 3 minutes. Patients with fat deposition or robust musculature the procedure may be extended to 15 minutes.
Safety first. The device has built-in several supporting functions which assure maximum safety for the user and the patient.
Safe and ergonomic nozzle
The CRYO-T Elephant nozzle is designed to maximise patient safety. A laser field indicator ensures that the correct distance is maintained and a built-in sensor maintains a safe skin temperature.
- Power supply: 230 V
- Cooling medium: LN2
- Temperature cold stream up to: do -160°C
- Stream intensiveness regulation: 5 levels
- Screen: colour LCD 6″
- Vassel capacity available: 50 l or 35 l
- Cooling medium level indicator: built-in
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- Laser surgery
- Laser treatment cooling device
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