How does it actually work? F-D GSi made by Liquid Nitrogen plants is specially designed to generate liquid nitrogen (LN2), from the outside air in your premises. The liquid nitrogen plant consists of many different components: A catalyst, an air source, an accumulator, a storage tank, and a compressor. The combination of these various components to create the actual liquid nitrogen generator is what makes this unique.
Now, back to how this process of generating LN2 to treat patients can help the medical industry. In simple terms, with liquid nitrogen generators, you can treat a wide range of skin disorders such as psoriasis, eczema, and other skin diseases and problems. These treatments are now approved for home use and can be seen in spas and salons all over the world. If you have a small pet dog or a cat in your household that has a skin condition, the cryotherapy business can be a very profitable one, as there are a lot of skin conditions that can be treated using the liquid nitrogen technique. In fact, as this technology gains more popularity, more people will turn towards this as a way to treat different types of skin diseases.
So, how do liquid nitrogen generators work, and how can they help the medical industry? Cryogenic nitrogen generators, also known as liquid nitrogen generators or LNGs work on the principle of an ice and water solution. An image of the LNG looks like a large pot that slowly (or quickly depending on the type of generator) simulates boiling the liquid nitrogen. As the temperature of the liquid nitrogen rises, it condenses into a liquid state, which is then ready to enter the recipient’s skin through small tubes called the ‘gypsy. Since the LNG has no poisonous gases, it is also suitable for use in cases where the recipient may be allergic to traditional medications. LNG systems do not need to be hooked up directly to a human being, as they run by their own generator, and as such, can be moved from place to place without disrupting anyone else’s life.