CRYO-T Vital




Efficient and User-Friendly Technology

Features a patented cryogenic hose with superior insulation to prevent freezing and a flexible design for ease of movement.

Ergonomic Nozzle with Advanced Features

Includes a thermovision camera for real-time skin temperature monitoring, an OLED display, ambient lighting, and a laser distance indicator.

Intuitive Controls

The smart hand-piece allows precise control over treatment parameters such as skin temperature, procedure timing, and airflow, complemented by a user-friendly, tilt-able 10.1” HD touchscreen control panel.

Customisable Programs

Offers 19 adjustable preset programs for various treatments, catering to different body types and specific needs, with built-in tutorials for guidance.

Simple Maintenance

Features an easy tank replacement system with a one-move installation, independent platform for tank handling, and a neatly designed internal setup.

Technical features

Power supply
110 ÷230 V (+/-10%) 50 ÷60H
Maximum power consumption
600 VA
1 x 6.3A
Cooling medium
Liquid nitrogen (LN2)
Cooling medium amount for 35 tank
35.5 litres 28.4 kg
Cooling medium amount for 50 tank
50 litres 40 kg
Nitrogen temperature
-196°C (-310°F)
Gas temperature on the handpiece outlet
-150°C ÷ -100° (-238°F ÷ 148°F)
h 1180 x 626 x 650 mm (h 1845 mm with the pantograph)
Weight (without head and tank)
30 kg




Built-in fiber optic lighting feature creates beautiful ambient light.


24 months (Extended warranty available)


All maintenance will be covered by Refined Wellness.

Install Prep

The only install requirement is a 230v outlet. Our installation team will handle the rest.


Cryo-T Vital Brochure

Technical Specification

Interface Guide 

Tank Refill Guide


Clinical Studies and Articles

Cryotherapy for the Treatment of Keloid Scars – CRYO-T VITAL

Localized cryotherapy is gaining traction as an innovative treatment for keloid scars, which are tough, raised scars that typically do not subside on their own. This therapy involves the targeted application of extremely cold temperatures directly to the keloid, causing the scar tissue to freeze and eventually die off.

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