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After our stop at the Ayr Farmers Mutual Insurance Company Arena in North Dumfries, we decided to turn this visit into a different type of Operator to Operator call. Instead of interviewing Ryan, the operator on duty, we followed him while he was doing his flood with REALice-treated...

Hakan and Colleen stopped in at the Polar Palace in Valleyview, Alberta to speak with Archie Steward, Facility Operations Manager. Archie speaks about the quality of his ice and how he builds it at the beginning of the season.   ...

Have a look at this short video clip featuring Monty Wood, Arena Manager for the Clare Drake Arena at the University of Alberta. The Clare Drake Arena has been using REALice since 2018. Monty says: We are proud users of the REALice system and the bottom line is...

From silver foxes to young operators, see what people are thinking about the REALice difference: ice quality, and savings - in under 2 minutes. Great ice and savings! REALice is technology for a sustainable future REALice is 3-D printed, maintenance-free, and uses pressure to treat the water....

Our partner in Ontario, Elexicon Group, is hosting a Skate, Lunch, and Learn at the Uxbridge Arena on October 25 from 11:30 am - 1 pm.  The Uxbridge Arena implemented the REALice system at the beginning of this season and Elexicon is excited to show the...

The Town of Pincher Creek shared its success on LinkedIn: Tristan our energy guru tested the ice! With the new cold water system, we not only save five thousand dollars per year and 40 tonnes of GHG emissions, but the ice is also much clearer and noticeably...

What if you could produce better ice all season long using cold floodwater instead of hot? Impossible? No. That's what you can do with REALice. The REALice floodwater system is the tool you need for clear, durable, slippery ice all season long. The system includes a wall unit and...

The Bonnyville and District Centre has a new and greener way of making ice that utilizes new technology allowing for cold water to be used in creating hard ice surfaces at the facility’s arenas. “Instead of filling our Zambonis with extremely hot 71-degree Celsius water, the...

The Lakeside Leader just published this story about REALice by Joe McWilliams: A new system of ice-making in Slave Lake’s Multi Rec Centre (MRC) looks as if it will deliver the lower costs that it promised. But if what we’re hearing is accurate, it’s much more than that. “People...

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