Zimmer Cryo Mini Hose

Zimmer Cryo Mini Hose

Regular price
$375.00
Sale price
$375.00

  • Cryo Mini Hose
  • Replacement hose for Zimmer Cryo Mini models

  • Length: 6 feet

  • Essential part for cold air delivery

  • Premium quality, durable material

  • Works with Zimmer Cryo Mini articulating arm and focusing tip  

Cryo Mini Hose - Durable And Flexible

 The Zimmer Cryo Mini hose is intended for use with the Zimmer Cryo Mini skin cooling system. Only Zimmer Cryo Mini models should be equipped with the Cryo Mini hose. Other Zimmer Cryo models should be fitted with their corresponding Cryo hoses.

The Zimmer Cryo Mini hose delivers cold air of up to -10 C from the Zimmer Cryo Mini skin cooling system to the treatment site. The cold air is typically intended to minimize pain and thermal injury during laser and dermatological treatments and for temporary topical anesthetic relief for injections. The epidermis is cooled before, during, and after laser energy has been applied – without interfering with the laser beam.

The Cryo Mini hose is 6 feet in length and made of premium quality, durable materials. It attaches to the front of the Cryo Mini unit. The hose is installed by lining up the pin on the hose with the indentation on the air outlet of the Cryo Mini unit. Then turn the hose clockwise and pull slightly down to secure in place. To release the Cryo Mini hose from the Zimmer Cryo Mini unit, simply push the hose slightly up, turn counterclockwise, and the hose will slide out.

Replacement of the Cryo Mini hose is recommended when you see or feel air leaks or compression points. With the Cryo Mini unit in operation run your hand across the entire length of the hose looking and feeling for air leaks. Using a damaged hose can restrict air flow and affect the air load delivered. Please do not pull or stretch the hose beyond its usable distance as overextending the hose can cause damage and result inefficient treatment and/or damage to the Zimmer Cryo Mini unit. Rather wheel the Cryo Mini unit to a more suitable location before beginning treatment.