Brymill Cryosurgery Systems

Brymill has been the world’s leading manufacturer of handheld, liquid nitrogen (LN2) cryosurgical and cryospray devices since 1966.

With patented design features, Brymill’s CRY-AC® and CRY-AC®-3 handheld cryo units offer unsurpassed safety, versatility, and control for precise and effective medical and veterinary cryosurgery as well as industrial applications of liquid nitrogen (such as in the testing and repair of printed circuit boards).

Liquid nitrogen cryosurgery with a cryogun is the coldest (-196º C), most effective, and most versatile cryosurgical technique available. LN2 applied with a cryogun is much colder and therefore more effective than LN2 applied with a swab (-20º C), nitrous oxide (-75º C), and disposable cold sprays (-55º C to -70º C). Also, Brymill has a MUCH lower cost to use on an ongoing basis than disposable cold sprays because it is not necessary to repeatedly buy disposable cans, each of which only can treat approximately 25-65 lesions

CRYAC® and CRY-AC®-3 devices are used to treat a wide range of common skin lesions, including Verruca (warts), Actinic Keratoses, Seborrheic Keratoses, Molluscum, Papilloma (skin tags), Lentigines (age spots), Condyloma (genital warts), and Basal Cell Carcinoma (skin cancer).

Brymill offers the largest, most comprehensive selection of cryospray equipment and accessories available.

Why Choose Brymill?

1.  World Leader Since 1966 in the design and manufacture of hand-held cryosurgical equipment

2.  #1 Choice of Dermatologists: In a recent survey, 85% of U.S. dermatologists used Brymill cryosurgical equipment.

3.  Largest Selection of LN2 Cryosurgical Tips, Probes, & Accessories, enabling you to treat skin lesions of different sizes and types with greater control and accuracy.

4.  Super Cools Mohs Tissue Specimens faster and more economically than other cold sprays Superior Quality, Reliability, & Durability: Brymill products are designed to provide precise and reliable performance for many years. Some physicians are still using Brymill units they purchased more than 25 years ago.