Impact Cryotherapy Sets New Industry Standards by Earning ETL Mark for its Line of Cryosaunas
June 01, 2017 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time
ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Impact Cryotherapy announced it has earned authorization to bear the ETL Mark from Intertek, classifying their Standard 70 model Impact Cryosaunas as compliant to applicable US and Canadian electrical safety standards. The ETL mark is proof that a representative sample of the product has been evaluated by an independent laboratory and meets the requirements of the standards.
- UL 1431 Issued: 2011/03/23 Ed: 3 Rev: 2012/10/10 UL Standard for Safety Personal Hygiene and Health Care Appliances
- CSA C22.2#68:2009Ed.7+U1:U2 Motor-Operated Appliances (Household and Commercial) (R2014)
Cryotherapy is the practice of using cold temperatures to promote wellness. Whole body cryotherapy is the modern experience which stimulates the same rejuvenating and refreshing benefits at a whole new level of cold, in three minutes. Reaching internal temperatures as low as -120º Celsius (-184º Fahrenheit), cryotherapy participants say they experience a multitude of benefits and is the driving force behind a new lifestyle of wellness.
“With the ETL Mark from Intertek, Impact Cryotherapy continues to set the safety standard for the cryotherapy market,” said Richard Otto, President, Impact Cryotherapy.
Intertek is a leading Total Quality Assurance provider to industries worldwide. It is recognized as a National Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) by OSHA in the US and accredited by the Standards Council of Canada as a Testing Organization and Certification Body in Canada. Intertek’s roots date back to the late 19th century and Thomas Edison’s “Lamp Testing Bureau,” where it began to pioneer – and perfect – the science of product safety testing. Today, the ETL certification is recognized from coast to coast across the US and Canada as proof of compliance to applicable product safety standards.
Impact Cryotherapy is the leader in designing and manufacturing the most technologically advanced cryosaunas in the USA.