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Here at REALice Canada, we are often asked, how does REALice compare to using hot water?  That is a good question and we thought it's best answered with a comparison chart - see above. REALice enables you to make great ice at much lower temperatures and...

Chet Murch, General Manager The Rinks at Exeter,  New Hampshire shares his success story during the Mayor's Megawatt Challenge webinar on "Treated cold floodwater: debunking the myths". Watch the replay of the interview with Chet Chet talks about the process of installing REALice on their sand-based twin pad in mid-season, shaving his...

Installing the REALice system is straightforward. Here are the most important points:  Installed downstream of the final cold and hot water line with a mixing valve (or levers to adjust temperature) Cold water can be used At least 43PSI required It is very important that 100%...

Vancouver, April 10th, 2020 - REALice is award winning technology and therefore among the most effective, sustainable choices that municipalities put into play to quietly reducing their impact on the environment while saving on operating costs. We are thrilled and like to congratulate the City of Nanaimo, the City of Edmonton and the...

March 16, 2020 - The message for Canadian communities is clear. Municipalities must reduce the carbon impact they have on the environment. REALice's floodwater treatment technology will make an impact on the carbon emissions of ALL community-owned indoor ice arenas. Your arena's CO2 emissions will be continuously...

REALice vs. Hot Water