Ice Skating Rink ISR™ FAQ

Frequently asked questions FAQ

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW?

For permanent and mobile installations, the ice rink can be placed upon level concrete pads, outdoor, floors, parking, strees, tennis courts, paving stones, exhibit holls, vacant retail space, on the beach, on sport-courts. If it will be necessary, we can prepare the site and nivelate the floor. Mobile ice rinks require a perfect level concret pads, a level sand-base or modular stage deck platform.

MAX. TEMPERATURE THAT AN ICE RINK CAN OPERATE IN?

Ice can be created and maintained up to 30 degrees C° in outdoor locations. In case the ice rink is protected from wind and sun, we can guarantee ice until 40 degrees C°. Our ice skating rinks are quite different, we use our own unique exclusive freezing system which has been specifically designed for its rapid deployment and freezing properties. Completely different from all the world's offerings so far. We use the latest ice rink technology, there are no parts or pipes outside the ice rink, making the whole area usable. They are perfectly thermally insulated from the surface of the ground or cement floor, all this gives you energy savings of at least 35%.
That’s all up to your wishes and the number of skaters you want to accommodate. We can make any size. Recommended minimum dimensions for Public Use or Private Interest the ice rink is 10 x 20 metres. Even if your dream is a rounded ice rink!
That depends on the size of the ice rink. The average space needed for the technical equipment (cooling unit, ice resurfacer) is about 30-35 m2.
In general skaters need 2 – 3 m2. ice per person, meaning that 50 – 100 people can skate at the same time on an ice rink of 200 - 300 m2.
This depends very much on the location and the scale of the event. You will at least need staff for ticketing, handing out skates, supervision on and maintenance of the ice.
The energy costs of an ice rink depend on the type and size of the rink, the period of the event and the ambient temperatures. Due to the energy saving aspects of our ice rink system, the energy costs will be up to 40% less than other systems. As a rough guide the energy consumption of our ice rink is around 1 – 2 kwH per m2 per day.
It depends on several aspects of the ice rink event like size, type of location (indoor, outdoor) and ambient temperature. Exact details will be confirmed once the details of the ice rink is known.
The ice rink needs to be placed on a levelled site (margin 10mm). We also need electric power and water supply.
Usually we deliver our ice rinks including skates, ice resurfacing equipment, and our ice skates Roxa®. We can also provide skate racks for storage of the skates, helmets, knee, elbow and wrists protection sets, and other accessories. As curling is a very popular activity on many ice rinks we also supply curling stones and rings (to be frozen into the ice).

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