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Getting everybody on board with change is challenging. Here are 5 ways to support your team while making the switch to REALice: 1.)  Install a mixing valve. This allows for occasional tempered water and people will be reassured that warmer water is available if ever needed. 2.) Encourage ice techs to talk to peers who have...

It’s one of the most frequent questions we get asked. Where do the air bubbles go?  We could give you a big scientific explanation. But instead we thought we’d show you in this easy-to-understand whiteboard video. Here are the basics:  The REALice system is powered by water pressure only...

September 28, 2018 – Facility Management Corporation (FMC Ice Sports) of Pembroke, Massachusetts, USA has purchased and installed five more REALice systems for five separate facilities it manages on behalf of the State of Massachusetts’ Department of Conservation & Recreation (DCR). With this latest purchase there are seven...

At REALiceCanada we are often asked where does the air go? That can be a bit complicated. But, we thought we’d take a stab at explaining this in terms everyone will understand.  How it’s always been done: Ice has traditionally been made with hot water. Old school...

You may notice a few changes to the Realice Canada web site right now. We want you to know that we take your privacy seriously and we always have. We have updated some of our policies this month to comply with GDPR regulations.   What did we...

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