Team CryoSpa Sport

Team Ice bath for rapid recovery of a squad of athletes.

The Team CryoSpa Sport consists of two CryoSpa Sport ice baths with shared central steps.

Each CryoSpa Sport can accommodate 2 to 4 athletes enabling the whole squad of players to get through quickly, saving time post match or post training.

The temperature of each CryoSpa Sport salt-water cold tub can be individually controlled down to 1°C / 34°F, which enables you to set different temperatures in each one to accommodate individual athlete preferences.

Maximise your performance with the Team Ice Bath

Process more players in less time and benefit from the same recovery modalities used by elite teams such as AC Milan, Bayern Munich, Legia Warsaw, Manchester City FC, Fulham FC, Glasgow Warriors, Wasps Rugby, Toronto Blue Jays, FC Bruges, Brooklyn Nets, Manchester United, Anderlecht & Wimbledon to name a few.

The benefits of the CryoSpa Sport are numerous for high performance athlete’s: the digitally controlled temperature delivered via a high-performance chiller, combined with the unique positioning of the jets maximises the therapeutic effect keeping players on top of their game. All these factors form an integral part of the recovery strategy, delivering optimum athlete recovery1, which minimises fatigue2 and lowers the risk of injury3.

Benefits for Athletes

  • Shorter recovery time post-exercise.
  • Reduce fatigue and lower the risk of injury.
  • Low temperature salt-water facilitates faster resolution of soft tissue injuries.
  • Treat muscle and joint soreness and soft tissue strains.
  • Combat hypoxic injury due to excessive inflammation.
  • Promote neural and cardio vascular system recovery.
  • Minimise delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS)

Benefits for Staff

  • Easy to maintain saving on labour and cost.
  • Effective filtration keeps the water clear.
  • Digitally controlled chiller maintains the required water temperature.
  • Quiet operation.
  • Short treatment times due to intense cold.

Features include

  • Temperature range from 1C to 14C [34F to 55F].
  • Hydrostatic pressure and 20 Massage Jets per CryoSpa.
  • Penetrating cold for effective therapy and short treatment times.
  • High salt concentration aids infection control.
  • High spec filtration keeps the water clear.
  • High quality low temperature digitally controlled chiller.
  • Stainless steel safety rail and steps.
  • Two year guarantee on spa body.

You can vary the therapy according to your requirements

  • Simply chill in the water for a less intense ice bath experience.
  • Turn on the massage jet pump for a penetrating cold to provide the optimum post-exercise recovery.
  • Adjust the air nozzles to minimize or maximize the massage effect.
  • Opening the air nozzles fully maximizes the power of the jets.

Four Treatment Modalities

  • Sit on top for ankle therapy
  • Stand on step for submersion to mid-thigh
  • Stand in deep end for submersion to waist depth
  • Sit on step for full body submersion


  • 230v / 1 / 50hz
  • 230v / 1 / 60hz
  • 115v / 1 / 60hz

Dimensions of each CryoSpa

  • c. 1.55m x 0.80m x 1.20m [L x W x H]
    c. 61″ x 32″ x 48″
  • Steps: c. 0.55m wide (c. 22″)

Weight of each CryoSpa

  • Empty: c. 200 kg / 441 lbs
  • Full: c. 750 kg / 1650 lbs


  • 20 Massage Jets per CryoSpa
  • 1.5kw Jet Pump per CryoSpa

Steps & Rails

  • Stainless Steel Steps and Safety Rails


  • Low noise low temperature chiller
  • Each CryoSpa is supplied with one chiller


  • Stainless steel brackets for wall mounting the chiller.


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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is Cryotherapy?

Cryotherapy is the application of cold to produce a cold induced therapeutic effect.

Any temperature below the temperature of the skin, typically around 30°C / 86°F, can be considered to be cryotherapy though temperatures above 15° or 20°C / 60°F or 70°F will only have a mild effect.

Low temperature hydrotherapy is typically between 5°C / 40°F and 12°C / 55°F

Air temperatures can go as low -150°C / -200°F as air has a very low thermal conductivity (air is an insulator) but at these extreme temperatures cooling is solely by conduction to avoid severe frostbite.

Why do footballers take ice baths?

It is quite commonly stated that ice baths reduce lactic acid but this is not the case. Lactic acid, or lactate, occurs when the body gets into an oxygen debt situation i.e. is functioning anaerobically. When the level of activity ceases, or reduces sufficiently, in simple terms the body can acquire surplus oxygen, which is used to convert the lactic acid back to its normal pyruvate / pyruvic acid state.

According to Gregory Dupont, who presented at the FIFA sponsored Sports Injury Summit held at Wembley in 2013 the main precursor of injury is fatigue. Further research investigated the common strategies for aiding recovery, minimising fatigue and, thereby, lowering the risk of injury.

The conclusion was good diet, good sleep, hydration [all lifestyle factors] plus cold water immersion were the main scientifically proven methods of aiding recovery and minimising fatigue.

The other side of the coin is performance and here we find that fatigue inhibits performance. So if we can manage fatigue by improving fitness and aiding recovery the outcome is improved performance and lowered risk of injury.

How long should you stay in an ice bath?

The therapeutic effect is a factor of temperature and time. The colder it is, and the more penetrating that cold, then less time is required to cool the tissue to a therapeutic level.

Traditional ice baths consisted of adding ice to water and depending on the amount of ice versus the amount of water these ice baths could be as high as 10 or 12C [50 – 55F]. In these circumstances, the recommended dosage varied from 10 to 15 or even 20 minutes.

With modern digitally controlled ice baths, or CryoSpas, which chill by conduction and convection [i.e. the jets are creating a ‘wind chill’ effect], the average treatment time is typically 3 to 6 minutes.