Today because of year-round use and construction in warmer climates, most ice arenas are faced with severe problems resulting from excess moisture. "Fog and drip" is the visible evidence of too much water vapor in an arena. This excess moisture causes building deterioration, increases the cost of maintaining the ice, and significantly reduces spectator/participant comfort.
The only way to eliminate fog and condensation is with a high efficiency dehumidification system.
We understand arena moisture problems, and with our high performance and systems we can provide the solution that is best for you.
A properly designed system significantly reduces:
- fog and condensation
- dripping from the building structure
- lumps and bumps developing on the ice sheet
- mold growth
- paint peeling
- building maintenance costs
- operating costs of the refrigeration system