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Liquid Nitrogen

Liquid nitrogen is nitrogen in a liquid form at an extremely low temperature.  At air pressure, liquid nitrogen boils at -196 ° C and is a cryogenic liquid with the ability to cause rapid cooling.  Liquid nitrogen can be stored and transported in special cryogenic containers

Applications:

  • Cryobiology
  • Cryodermatology
  • Laboratory studies with long-term cryopreservation of cell lines, cell samples, stem cells, blood, blood components, other cells and body fluids
  • In-vitro fertilization clinics through refrigeration of blood, reproductive cells (sperm and egg) and other biological samples and substances
  • Molecular gastronomy
  • Visual effects in events, beverage presentation, etc.

 


 

CRYODERMATOLOGY

REVIVAL has all the necessary equipment for using liquid nitrogen in dermatological clinics. Cryopreservation of liquid nitrogen with a capacity of 200 or 300 ml is available. A range of accessories for proper use of liquid nitrogen is at your disposal, such as:

  • Cartridge displacement bases
  • Level measurement and auto-replenishment systems
  • Transfusion systems

 


 

CRYOTHERAPY

In recent years, we have seen a new trend in the use of liquid nitrogen by both dermatologists and aphrodisiologists as well as in physiotherapy centers. What scientists have stated is that by exploiting the excess cold, destruction of the pathological tissue is achieved, including cancer cells. The beneficial properties of liquid nitrogen have given the sports sector the opportunity to develop existing cryotherapy methods which have until now lagged and in some cases caused side effects such as micro-bursts (eg ice packs) without local anesthesia. So the new physiotherapy centers using a special chamber, usually individually as seen in videos, convert liquid nitrogen into gas, retaining its properties, curing any problem and allowing the patient to return to his daily life rejuvenated. The basic requirement is clearly the safety measures that the specialist has to observe. Some cases where cryotherapy is typical are:

  • Acute injuries – Soft tissue lesions (muscular sprains, injuries or tears of ligaments or tendons, sprains)
  • Acute inflammation of any reason
  • Painful, acute and chronic muscle spasms
  • Postoperative edema

Results:

  • Reduction of cellular metabolism
  • Vascular vasodilatation of the pharyngeal vessels (first stage)
  • Reduction of blood flow (first stage)
  • Decrease in velocity of nerve conduction
  • Reduction in leukocyte and mainly phagocyte transfer
  • Reduction of venous and lymphatic drainage
  • Decrease of muscle fiber deprivation
  • Reduction of muscle response (spasm)

 


 

MOLECULAR GASTRONOMY

REVIVAL supplies liquid nitrogen to world-renowned restaurants and hotels, collaborates with award-winning chefs, bartenders, bars, catering centers and gastronomy professionals. Liquid nitrogen applications have given specialists the opportunity to engage in molecular gastronomy in a wide range of activities, from making food or drink to utilizing the spectacular effects it offers. The services and direct service of REVIVAL are distinguished by competition, resulting in long-term partnerships and mutual trust with business giants in focus and gastronomy.