By laying the ice using water of a lower temperature, 12-15ºC , against a normal temperature of about 40-50ºC, less moisture and condensation will form in the rink which results in a better ice quality and less corrosion.
The ice must maintain a high level of quality.
Conditions vary from rink to rink. Laying, taking care of, and maintaining ice is not the same thing in an “event arena” as it is in an “ice barn ”.
The experience, commitment, and expertise of the staff constitute another important factor in producing good ice.
Using a REALice® System gives ice technicians a better working environment as the ice made from cold vortex-treated water freezes faster and therefore forms less condensation.