iCool Chilling Unit
The new iCool cold-air chiller system is a UK manufactured alternative to the German Zimmer cooling systems. It delivers a similar specification but offers the added benefits of a 3 year all parts and labour warranty. And there is no need to return the item to the manufacturer if it goes wrong during its lifetime.
The iCool is designed to deliver air that has been chilled to -30oC. It can be used in a variety of different applications to provide epidermal skin relief to the patient. It is suitable for use before, during and after laser or IPL treatments.
Laser and intense pulsed light treatments both use thermal energy to achieve the required results. The thermal energy generated can prove uncomfortable for the patient. The iCool makes the procedure more comfortable and safer for the patient.
The iCool system minimises the risk of thermal injury to the skin during laser or intense pulse light treatment as well as significantly reducing pain.
Key Benefits Include
- Robust and easy to operate
- Free delivery and installation
- Free training
- 3 year all parts and labour warranty
- UK manufacture
- Virtually maintenance free
- Fully automated refrigeration system, with a simple emptying procedure
- Cheaper than Zimmer
- As powerful as Zimmer with lower temperature output
- Free demonstration
- Stylish, elegant look
- Easy wipe clean surface
- Clear, easy to read temperature display
- Adjustable speed delivers just the right amount of cold air
As well as offering service and maintenance, Optilight can advise on and supply every type of medical lasers.
We can provide objective and unbiased recommendations so you get the right kit for your business. As part of the process, we ensure, on your behalf, that the equipment you receive is manufactured ethically and to the highest standards. We only have relationships with original equipment manufacturers, so the parts and components are genuine and of provable provenance.
On your behalf we will check the equipment you buy has legitimate CE marks. The new EU Medical Device Regulations 2017 (MDR) became law in May 2020 and any device used on humans has to be classed as a medical device.
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