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Learn more about the financial requirements for cryotherapy equipment and devices to make an informed financial decision.
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The standard setup of a cryotherapy center is usually built around cryotherapy equipment starting with the cryo chamber, localized cryotherapy devices and other recovery devices. The main requirements that will be required for most cryotherapy equipment include liquid nitrogen storage tanks, on-site safety measures, marketing material, a reception/front desk, client database software, operating staff, Operation Guidelines, a web presence and channels to communicate with customers.
All locations using cryotherapy equipment have specific needs, requirements for equipment, work schedules and a background in business or use which will require a specific approach and will lead to various outcomes in Operating costs.
To put the operating costs into perspective, it’s important to determine the ultimate objective for the selected cryotherapy equipment before the operating costs can be defined accurately. Equipment used at home for several sessions per day will ultimately have higher consumption per treatment as opposed to the advantages of numerous back to back sessions that increase efficiency of the cooling medium seen with busy cryotherapy businesses and higher capacity facilities. This is true for all currently available cryotherapy equipment.
The essential consumables used by cryotherapy chambers are Liquid nitrogen and electricity. The costs of LN2 may vary based on the frequency and costs of delivery and any additional costs charged by the gas supplier.
The CRYO XC™ requires between 4 - 8 liters, but can use up to 10 liters of LN2 per session depending on the system, the effectiveness of scheduling clients - i.e. back to back, the intensity of sessions and finally the length of sessions.
The electric power requirements of the CRYO XC™ peak at a maximum of 2300W/h if in full operation mode throughout the span of one hour. The maximum level of consumption is only observed throughout the duration of a session, not while the unit is idle.
While turned on, Drying mode is a continuous consumer of electric power. One hour of drying will consume approximately 2000W.
Other Operating Costs
Aside from the costs associated with the operation of the unit itself. The other major expenses while running a cryocenter to consider are the operator’s salary, marketing and facility costs.
The structure of clientele determines the number of clients that can go through within a certain time frame. Operating costs for back to back sessions with clients coming and going quickly will offer higher efficiency. Scheduling clients with large gaps between sessions will negatively impact the efficiency of operation, not only of the performance of the cryotherapy equipment itself, but also the time the operator has to dedicate to a single session which could be used for other treatments or activities for the business.