Ice rinks

We perform servicing, rebuilding and new construction of ice rinks and ice halls with sustainable refrigerants such as ammonia and carbon dioxide.

Optimise your existing hall – where cooling becomes heating

Energy efficiency improvements to existing facilities will play an important role in reducing Sweden’s greenhouse gas emissions. Making old systems energy efficient contributes both to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and to reducing the associated operating costs. One of the most energy-intensive types of installations in Sweden is ice halls.

We always strive to minimise energy consumption and environmental impact when proposing and installing ice-rink cooling systems. For example, cooling systems always generate heat, which is generally not used. Here, we provide solutions for how to reuse the heat and thus save energy. We have good examples of how ice halls can heat other parts of the facility or other nearby facilities, where relevant. Contact us for more information!