Ice Bath

Ice Bath is a simple and versatile solution to enjoy actual baths in icy water and have all the benefits of the cold therapy; it is ideal for athletic recovery, at the gym and even at home. Its reduced dimensions make it easy to move and install everywhere. In addition, it can be easily installed even on sloped floors in wet areas thanks to its adjustable legs.

Through an intuitive touch-screen display, you can regulate water temperature from +4°C to +38°C. The water is cooled down and heated up at a rate of 4-5°C per hour, and by placing two basins one next to the other, Ice Bath becomes ideal for hot baths and Kneipp Therapy too.

The isolation and filtering system, as well as the automatic ozone treatment, ensure clean water, low functioning costs and little consumption.

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Cold Therapy: benefits

The cold therapy cools off the skin, stimulating the immune and metabolic system.

This physiology of cold exposure causes a general state of well-being and specific physical and mental benefits:

  1. easing of muscle and joint pain;
  2. reduced levels of stress;
  3. immune system strenghtening;
  4. promotion of fast and effective muscle recovery;
  5. skin rejuvanation.


That’s why it is widely used in the sectors of beauty, sport and medicine.

Technical specifications

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  • Data sheet

Data sheet

Dimensions (cm)

120W X 79D X 105H


230 VAC 1P+N+PE

Max consumption (Kw)


Frequenza (Hz)



Acrylic basin, frame and side panels

Net weight (Kg)


Operating weight (Kg)



300 lt, change every 5/7 days

Water treatment

Water filtration and automatic continuous ozone purification

Cooling system


Water cooling time

4 °C/h

Requirements for installation

Electrical power supply with earthed plug

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