One of the most distinctive features of a cryotherapy chamber is the technology involved in order to produce cold air.
The following table sums up most differences between the three technologies that power cryotherapy chambers and saunas the three cold generation technologies available on the market (Nitrogen, Electric, and Hybrid technologies) in terms of Technical Specifications, Customer Experience, Operational Requirements, and Financial Cost.
NITROGEN CRYOTHERAPY CHAMBER
HYBRID CRYOTHERAPY CHAMBER
ELECTRIC CRYOTHERAPY CHAMBER
|How it works||Turns liquid nitrogen into gas then pushes it in the cryo chamber.||Uses liquid nitrogen to reach temperature and electricity to maintain it.||Uses electricity to compress air and trigger a decrease in temperature.|
|Recommended for||Limited startup cost. Ideal for new businesses or to introduce cryotherapy.||Premium customer care and high-end experiences such as spa or cure resorts.||High frequency and number of existing users. suitable for sports complex and hospitals.|
|Average footprint||4’90 » X 2’95 »|
900mm X 1450mm
|3’28 » X 5’90 »|
1000mm X 1800mm
| 13’12 » X 26’24 »|
4000mm X 8000mm
|Therapy||Partial body||Full body||Full body|
|Mobility||On rollers||Need dismantling||Fix|
|Bug fixing||Fairly easy / DIY||Remote manufacturer assistance required||Onsite technical assistance needed|
|Yearly maintenance||Not required||Not required||Required|
|Monitoring||Price range||US$42k ~ US$60k||US$70k ~ US$85k||US$130k ~ US$700k|
|Variable cost||Nitrogen ~ 7L per session||Nitrogen ~ 10L per session||Electricity ~ 250 kWh per day|
There is no good or bad, it all depends on your project requirement.
Whether you choose a cryotherapy chamber powered by nitrogen, electricity or hybrid technology, manufacturers offer a multitude of options. Our team of experts can help you narrow down your choice to the most suitable machine for your specific venture, get preferential pricing and financing.