· 1.Input voltage: AC110V/220V 50-60Hz
· 2.Power consumption:<400w
· 3.Screen:8 inch wide color touch screen
· 4.Cooling device output temperature:5 to -16°C
· 5. output Vacuum pressure: 0-110KPa
· 6.Cooling liquid: pure water
· 7.Default time: 0-60min
· 8.Fuse size: F3AL250V
· 9. Ambient temperature: 5°C-+42°C
· 10.Relative humidity: ≤85%
· 11.Atmospheric pressure: 80KPa-106KPa
· 12.N/W: 50KG, GW.:62KGS
· 13.lipolaser with 104 diodes, 100mw, Mitsubishi diodes;
· 14. 6 pads, 4 big ones each with 24 diodes, 2 small ones each
with 4 diodes;
· 15. Cavitation with 28KHZ, 80w of the output power
· 16. CET Multipolar RF with 5MHz
How does Coolsculpting system work ?
One or two suction and cooling heads (independently controlled)
with large surface areas are placed on the areas to be treated. The
Coolsculpting cooling heads generate a vacuum that temporarily
decreases blood flow to the treated area, immobilizing the fat
tissue, and isolating the treated area from surrounding tissue.
Low temperature (0° C to -5 C depending on the thickness of the fat
tissue (which is measured before each treatment with special
calipers), is then applied to the area in a controlled process,
‘freezing’ the localized area for a controlled period of time. Once
the cooling procedure is completed, the fat cells crystallize and
after melting the broken fat cells release the lipids into the
lymphatic system, which will gradually eliminate them by natural
metabolism. Skin isn’t damaged, but subcutaneous fat, which is more
sensitive to targeted cold, begins a two to three month long
dissolution after each Coolsculpting procedure.
Coolsculpting treatment's results can be enhanced by using Vela
shape, Lipolaser and RF sessions in between each treatment, which
helps by increasing the breakage of the broken fat cells, lymph
drainage and skin tightening. The procedure is performed in a
licensed and authorized Cryo clinic and supervised by a trained
professional. There is no anesthesia or recovery time needed.
After the Coolsculpting treatment, clients may immediately return
to their normal activities including work and exercise. Fat cells
are more sensitive to low temperatures than surrounding tissues.
This makes it possible to crystallize (freeze) these unwanted cells
in dedicated areas by using cryolipolysis technology..
When these fat cells melt they go to apoptosis (start to die) which
causes the fat inside them to convert into lipids, which in return
are removed from the body via normal metabolism. Since this is
slow, gradual process the released lipids do not create stress on
liver or other
normal bodily functions. The destroyed fat cells do no regenerate,
which helps to maintain the achieved results.
After fat cells are exposed to sub zero temperatures for a
prolonged period of time, they freeze and crystallize like we can
see in the picture on the left. Freezing causes apoptosis of the
fat cells, in other words they die and their structure "collapses"
causing the smaller fat particles - the lipids - to dissolve into
normal metabolic circulation. In this form, liver will turn the
lipids into energy which decreases the appetite and at the same
time removes and reduces the fat content of the body.