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VANCOUVER - REALice® has been installed at the Cariboo Memorial Recreation Complex in City of Williams Lake in 2014. Garry Breck, Facility Maintenance Coordinator, speaks about his experience with the system: "If you can afford the Real Ice system it makes a lot of sense to put it in. The only draw backs...

Switching customers to new technology demands time and skill The traditional way to make ice in an indoor hockey rink is to use hot water, but a new technology makes it possible to achieve the same end at a lower cost using room-temperature water. Educating people about that breakthrough...

“We are also taxpayers, so if we can save money for the municipality, it helps us out too." --Mike Knight, Supervisor of Arenas, City of Chilliwack and Chief Engineer, Twin Rinks Arena The Twin Rinks Arena in Chilliwack, BC turned 40 this year. Run by the...

"Ice arenas are costly operations  -- and it can be challenging to balance the budget," says Florian Gabriel of REALice Canada, "you need to invest to make something happen. That's exactly what our customers are doing. They're investing today to save money tomorrow." Just like Armstrong Spallumcheen Parks...

Armstrong ice system saves money Armstrong Spallumcheen Parks and Recreation has invested in a brand new REALice system. Just in time for the upcoming season, the Nor-Val Sports Centre has built its ice from scratch with unheated water. This switch will not only save the community thousands of...

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