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Product Feature: Is the versatile ‘cryoair mini’ right for your business?

Product Feature: Is the versatile ‘cryoair mini’ right for your business?

A fully electric system, the cryoair mini by MECOTEC delivers safe, localized cold-air treatment to alleviate pain, treat certain rheumatic conditions, improve joint mobility, alleviate swelling, reduce body fat and tone muscles. It’s a reliable, well-engineered machine. Plus, it’s available in three models, with a variety of attachments and accessories, to fit the needs of just about any business.

But is it the right product for you? Let’s take a look.

At Rutherford & Titan, our engineers and business consultants know that every business has unique needs and goals. That’s why our independent team works closely with clients to consider a wide range of factors—from pricing and features, to operational costs and footprint—before we recommend a product.

In this feature, we take a closer look at the cryoair mini by MECOTEC, a fully electric cryotherapy system featuring a sleek look and a uniquely compact design. We give you a quick overview of the product, break down the key features and benefits, and help you determine whether investing in this product is right for your business.

Overview: cryoair mini by MECOTEC (base, premium & turbo models)

The cryoair mini by MECOTEC is a fully electric, localized cryo machine for targeted cold-air treatment. Used in athletic recovery, wellness/beauty and medical treatment, this device features a compact design and a simple, user-friendly interface. A highly versatile machine, the cryoair mini is available in three models (the base model, as well as premium and turbo) and features a variety of attachments and accessories.

Key Features

  • Fully electric for a safe, gentle experience
  • Localized cryo machine
  • Maximum low temperature: -25.6F (for base and premium models) or -40F (for turbo)
  • Small footprint
  • Simple interface
  • Optional accessories, including: a glass plate (for placing additional treatment devices), laser hose, treatment hose with various nozzles, and a 2-way articulated arm (for optimal hose placement)
  • Available in 3 models:
    • The cryoair mini (base)
    • The cryoair mini premium, which features a slightly lower maximum airflow rate but consumes less energy
    • cryoair mini turbo, which reaches colder temperatures (-40F compared to -25.6F)

When you’re ready to learn more about purchasing, installing and maintaining a cryotherapy device, contact our team for a free consultation.

What We Like about the cryoair mini

You can choose the right model for you. As we mentioned above, the cryoair mini is available in three models, allowing you to select a machine with the right features for your business. Localized machines are used in a variety of applications and venues—from beauty salons and medical facilities to training centers for professional athletes—and every business has different needs, so it’s good to have options.

It’s versatile. The cryoair mini is a highly versatile system, featuring numerous attachments and accessories that can be used to modify your system on the go. The 2-way articulated arm is especially convenient, acting as an extra hand to hold the hose at just the right angle while you focus on your client. Meanwhile, the varying nozzles allow you to deliver your client’s preferred airflow, while the glass plate is a great place to set your tools during treatment, turning the cryo machine into a table.

The accessories included here may seem like an ‘extra’ feature—but they’re no gimmick. Those who have administered localized cryotherapy know that it sometimes requires more hands than you have. Having some attachments to help hold the hose and extra tools allows you to focus on your customer or patient, so you can deliver the best possible experience.

It’s all-electric. Localized cryo therapy is a relaxing experience, especially when the patient feels safe (and you feel comfortable) knowing that your machine is nitrogen-free.  

It has a very small footprint. Space is always one of the top priorities for businesses administering cryotherapy—probably because cryo machines tend to have a larger footprint. While localized machines are smaller, in general, the cryoair mini is particularly compact, with a vertical design and an optional glass tabletop that allows you to make the most of your space. 

There’s a lot to like about the cryoair mini, from its versatile features to its accessories. But every business is different, and this product isn’t the right fit for everyone.

A Few Things to Keep in Mind

Energy consumption. As a cryo business owner, you should always factor operating costs into the overall ‘price’ of a machine (we can help you there). And while electric systems like the cryoair mini don’t require expensive nitrogen refills, they do consume significant energy. While the cryoair base model is a 650W machine, the premium model consumes slightly less (500W) while the turbo consumes more (850W). 

Temperature. Which is better: nitrogen or electric? That all depends on the kind of experience you want to give your customers. As we mentioned above, electric is generally perceived as a safer technology. Plus, you don’t have to deal with the hassle of managing your nitrogen supplies. However, nitrogen-based systems tend to reach colder maximum temperatures than electric systems. For example, the Local Cryo Polar Bear (a nitrogen system) by VACUACTIVUS reaches temperatures as low as -256F, while the cryoair mini turbo reaches ‘only’ -40F and the base reaches a comparatively balmy -25.6F. 

Treatment type. If you’re just starting out in the cryotherapy business, you’ll need to decide whether you’re going to offer full-body or localized cryotherapy. Machines like the cryoair mini exclusively offer localized, concentrated cold-air treatment. If your customers are looking for a full-body treatment, take a look at cryo chambers and saunas.

Before You Buy

Before you purchase any cryotherapy system—including the cryoair mini—you want to make sure it meets the unique needs of your business, including price, operational costs, maintenance procedures, size, features and other factors. With hundreds of machines on the market, searching for the right system can be overwhelming.

That’s why it’s essential that you partner with an expert. At Rutherford & Titan, our engineers have installed and serviced more than 350 systems—and worked with countless entrepreneurs to make the right decisions for launching and running a successful cryotherapy business. We offer unbiased, expert guidance and comprehensive service.

Let’s start with a conversation. You tell us about your business and your goals, and we’ll walk you through the next steps. Click or tap below to schedule your free consultation today.

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