Therm-X AT Unit

SKU: 1004344

Cold without ice. Heat without hot packs. It's possible with the Therm-X AT.

Designed for use in Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine, the Therm-X is intended to treat post-surgical and acute injuries to reduce edema, swelling, and pain. 

The Therm-X AT successfully combines cold, heat, contrast, and compression therapy, in one easily portable machine.

Available to order

Imagine not having to keep refilling, cleaning and drying out your ice-based machine. Imagine being able to maintain the specific temperature you want delivered to the patient, for as long as you want. Then consider the new treatments you can apply with heat, compression, and contrast.

The Therm-X, from Zenith Technical Innovations, uses a new thermal control technology to treat post-traumatic and post-surgical conditions where localized thermal therapy is indicated.

This innovative technology allows the user to select Heat, Cold, or Contrast and boasts a temperature range of 34° F to 110° F.

With its digital control, the Therm-X circulates a coolant that can maintain a specific temperature for the entire treatment cycle. Compare this to heat packs or ice-based machines that lose temperature once they’re applied.

The fluid passes through a garment with a tailored treatment area to concentrate the cold or heat where it is needed most.

Four garment compression settings ensure full contact for optimal thermal transfer.

Easy fill tank uses distilled water and isopropyl alcohol. Does not require constant refilling and cleaning.


10" x 9" x 15"

~ 14 lbs.

Coolant Tank Capacity
400 ml

Coolant Formulation
90% Distilled Water, 10% Isopropyl Alcohol

Power Supply
100V AC - 240V AC, 50/60 Hz

Umbilical Hose
5' Long with 3-in-one Connector

Default Cold Settings
34°F, 45°F, 55°F

Custom Cold Settings
34°F - 55°F

Default Heat Settings
105°F, 107°F, 110°F

Custom Heat Settings
105°F - 110°F

Cycle Length
20, 30, or 40 minutes

Contrast Temperature Settings
50°F to 105°F alternating (100 min)

Garment Edema Pressures
20, 45, and 70 mm Hg (low, medium, and high)