REALice makes great ice, even with hard water.
We hear it over and over again... one of the biggest barriers ice makers have to making great ice is hard water. Hard water results in slow ice. In gritty ice. In cloudy ice.
In fact, it's pretty hard to make great ice with hard water.
REALice can help!
The City of Camrose is the first city in Alberta to switch over all three of their ice sheets to the REALice system. This year they will begin flooding all of their ice pads with unheated water to make great ice, save energy, and GHG (Greenhouse Gas) emissions.
The city started making ice at the Max McLean Arena with REALice in 2017. The advanced hydro dynamics technology drains micro air bubbles from the resurfacing water. The technology has helped arena operators make hard and fast ice, while saving them energy. Given the results and positive experience with REALice, Camrose is rolling out the technology to equip their performance Twin pad arena.
Case study at Lamb Weston/Meijer proves energy-saving and environmentally friendly Cooling Water treatment attributes of the IVG Cooling Tower concept.
Lamb Weston/Meijer is one of the world’s largest companies for frozen potato products and dried potato flakes. In 2014, the Bergen op Zoom branch started with a large investment project which doubled the capacity of this location with a new production line, and the existing production line was be renovated. In 2016, the cooling water supply of the new production line was also taken care of. Luc Wuyts was involved in the project as a maintenance engineer after he had convinced the management of chemical free water treatment. A year later Lamb Weston/Meijer and the supplier evaluate.
VORTEX TREATMENT PROMISES BETTER RINK ICE WITH ENERGY-SAVING COLD WATER PROCESS
Written by Laura Stewart
Published on 06/02/2018 - www.jschool.ca/newswire
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The REALice story under 3 minutes!
REALice has launched an animated video to help our potential customers see how the REALice System works, the energy and associated costs it will save ice arenas — and how the resulting quality of the ice will not be compromised.