Success Stories

Pushing the brine temperature up week by week at Bow Island, AB For the past three weeks, arena manager Doug Conquergood has been pushing his brine temperature higher. His brine temperature was started at 21°F. It's now up to 24°F. We're excited about what Doug is achieving at the Servus...

This is the most comprehensive article written about our floodwater technology to date, published by St. Albert Today. The City of St. Albert recently installed REALice and journalist Kevin Ma spoke to a number of people about the installation, the energy savings, the reduced CO2...

How much brighter will your indoor ice arena be with LEDs? That’s hard to visualize. But at the Mayfield Recreation Complex in Caledon, ON they tracked their changes when they did their LED retrofit which took them from 66-T5 fluorescents to LEDs. As you can see in the video,...

Happy New Year! While we usually keep our success stories to Canadian ice arenas, we thought we will start off 2021 with a report from Switzerland. After all, the ice for the famous Spengler Cup in Davos, Switzerland has been built with REALice for years now and Swiss people are...

December 15, 2020 - The Town of Allan is the first community in Saskatchewan to use REALice at its arena, the Logan Schatz Memorial Arena. The installation, using pressure instead of temperature to treat the floodwater, is unique for a couple of reasons. First, Allan's REALice system is a rental....

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