Product Feature: The Well-Balanced JUKA Cryosauna
Today, cryotherapy is among the most popular treatments for wellness centers, beauty salons, athletic-recovery facilities and hospitals. By lowering the patient’s body temperature and stimulating a biological response to extreme cold, cryotherapy can have a variety of health benefits, from promoting muscle recovery to burning fat. But if you want to provide your patients & clients with the benefits of whole-body cryotherapy, you need the right machine: one that’s safe, effective and easy to use.
Today, our independent team of cryogenic experts is taking a closer look at one product that strikes a good balance between ultra-cool temps, intelligent safety features and user-friendly design: The JUKA Cryosauna. In this short feature, we break down the product’s key features, benefits and drawbacks, helping you make an informed decision before you invest.
When you’re ready to learn more about purchasing, installing and maintaining a cryotherapy device, contact our team for a free consultation.
Overview: JUKA Cryosauna
The JUKA Cryosauna is a single-person cryotherapy machine designed to deliver whole-body treatment. Powered by nitrogen, this device is capable of reaching a cool -256F and is compact enough to fit in most spaces.
The JUKA features a number of safety features, including an oxygen monitor, automatic timed shut-off, and a dual exhaust vent that removes spent nitrogen from the air—protecting patients and staff while delivering a top-of-the-line cryotherapy experience.
This product is a great fit for wellness centers, beauty salons, athletic-recovery facilities and hospitals.
- Lowest temperature: -256F
- Dimensions (L x W x H): 35.5in x 61in x 96in
- Power supply: 208-240V, 50-60Hz
- Even temperature distribution throughout cabin
- Oxygen monitor at level of client’s mouth, ensuring client only breathes air at all times
- Door shut-off to prevent nitrogen from escaping cabin
- Automatic timed shut-off
- User-friendly touch-screen controller with fully automated applications
- Electric lift (adjustable for patient’s height)
- Dual exhaust vent removes all used nitrogen from cryotherapy room
What We Like About the JUKA Cryosauna
It’s cold. Really, really cold. While clients may be able to get similar benefits from a slightly-less-cold machine, many would prefer to get the coldest treatment possible. After all, if you’re going to get cryotherapy, why would you settle for anything less than the best? The JUKA’s nitrogen-powered chamber is capable of reaching temperatures as low as -256F; there are very few machines on the market that get colder than that. If you want the bragging rights (and marketability) of offering the coldest experience in town, the JUKA Cryosauna is a solid choice.
It takes safety seriously. The coldest cryotherapy machines pretty much always use liquid nitrogen. Since inhaling nitrogen can be toxic, you want to ensure that any nitrogen-based machine you purchase comes with a robust suite of safety features.
Fortunately, the JUKA Cryosauna takes safety seriously. The device comes equipped with a dual exhaust vent that removes used nitrogen from the cryotherapy room, as well as an automatic shut-off feature that cuts off the machine’s nitrogen supply whenever the door is opened—plus a standard automatic shut-off that deactivates the machine after a certain amount of time.
In addition, the machine’s electric lift allows your staff to adjust for the patient’s height, ensuring that their head is above the walls of the machine, while an oxygen monitor positioned at the level of the patient’s mouth ensures that they are only breathing air (no nitrogen). The numerous features may seem like overkill, but you really can’t overdo it when it comes to safety. Thanks to these features, patients and staff alike can feel comfortable when using the JUKA Cryosauna.
It has a small footprint. Owning a cryotherapy business—or any business that uses cryogenic technology—often comes down to the art of managing space. More machines means a greater variety of services, but each of these machines comes at a cost, occupying valuable floorspace. That’s what makes the JUKA Cryosauna a solid choice for businesses with limited room. While it can only serve one client at a time, whereas some cryotherapy machines (usually chambers) can serve multiple, the JUKA takes up a small portion of your floorspace, leaving plenty of room for later investments.
A Few Things to Keep in Mind
Is it really whole-body? While the JUKA Cryosauna will meet the needs of most clients, some will want a ‘cryotherapy facial’ in which their face is fully submerged in the cool air. In that case, they will either need localized cryotherapy or an electric cryotherapy chamber. Cryosaunas such as the JUKA do not apply the coldest air directly to the face—and clients should never lower their face into the chamber (where they could be exposed to nitrogen fumes).
Nitrogen supply. The JUKA Cryosauna uses nitrogen to reach its ultra-cold temps. If you plan to use this machine or any other nitrogen-powered cryogenic device, you are going to need a reliable supply of nitrogen. Depending on your needs, our consultants can help you secure a great deal with a local vendor or help you produce your OWN supply using a nitrogen generator. Learn more about nitrogen generators here.
Before You Buy
Investing in a cryogenic device is a major decision. We’ll help you get it right.
Our independent team has decades of experience in cryogenics and a network of specialized technicians & consultants across the country. Whether you’re new to the business or growing, we can help you select the right machine for your needs and handle site-planning, installation, maintenance and more. As your partner, we help you maximize your ROI, reduce your overhead and make smart decisions along your journey.