Ice rinks

Our experience in the planning of ice rinks encompasses direct-evaporation systems and pump circulation, indirect systems and pump circulation with CO2 technology and systems with glycol circuits.

Systems that use ammonia (NH3) as a refrigerant for the creation of ice offer optimal efficiency. The use of waste heat at various temperature levels (e.g. high temperature release via heat pumps) makes an additional contribution to excellent energy performance.

Our comprehensive planning services for ice rinks and building systems engineering helps us to reduce the number of interfaces and their associated risks.

Contact

Robert Porsius

robert.porsius(at)amstein-walthert.ch

Phone +41 31 340 59 59