Spas can choose from a variety of experiences and concepts to offer guests, but the reliability of Cold Sauna icelab -110˚C is what differentiates it as a wellness proposition, says sales manager Benjamin Bäurle.
Over the last 24 years, not a single icelab -110˚C has been reported faulty due to technical reasons. The whole body cryostimulation cabin uses unique software for telemaintenance, and state-of-the-art product set-up assures the utmost consistency. Plus its electric system fulfills the highest German engineering standards. Even the very first icelabs installed in 1996, and the CryoVIP introduced nine years ago, are still in operation.
It’s rare that whole body cryostimulation solutions reach the temperatures they claim to, says Bäurle, meaning that the full benefits are not delivered. But icelab does just that, using an electric triple cold cascade which also produces a comfortable, dry, cold air environment for guests where they don’t come into contact with refrigerants, nitrogen, liquid air or other gases.
What’s more, Bäurle says the icelab -110 can be very profitable – the sessions, for up to groups of four, only last three minutes so you can fit in more than 100 a day. The versatile treatment can either be offered on its own, combined in spa menu packages, within fitness, sports and leisure packages, and even be part of medical spa offerings.
At the same time, the chamber has low electricity consumption and its Heatback Recovery System means all the heat extracted from it can be ‘recycled’ and used to support the heating of a swimming pool. Bäurle adds that a return on investment can be seen in the first few years.