The compact frame is a result of a more streamlined approach to treatment. This makes it easy to adjust the temperature to as low as -130 degrees Celsius from the 7” touch screen. This same screen is used to ensure that the treatment time is optimized.
With a long, flexible hose with two nozzles, operators can more easily target either a small or large area to customize treatment.
The smaller nozzle (7 mm) uses less than 1 L of liquid nitrogen for a 10-minute session, making it very efficient and focused on a small area.
The larger nozzle (9 mm) uses a lower temperature, increasing how much liquid nitrogen will be used, but it does cover a much wider area during the treatment.
The device includes a 40-litre Dewar tank.
The Cryofan CF-05 is considered advanced for its capabilities and is a part of the next-generation in localized cryotherapy.
Using a stream of low-temperature nitrogen vapor, it allows for a quick and painless method of treating human skin and the tissues directly below it. Though it is most often associated with athletes, treatments are ideal for cosmetology, dermatology, and traumatology as well.