Take it from these Big League ice makers who have embraced our Options for Sustainability. Their Zamboni machines have the innovative tech that improves efficiency and consistency between operators, saving money, time and valuable resources.
Save Time and Resources
Less gases trapped in the ice minimizes the need for temperature adjustments. Build ice faster at higher temperatures. Use significantly less water.
Superior Ice Surface
Precision spray nozzles deliver a pressurized mist of fine droplets for exceptionally accurate control of water distribution at any speed. Less snow pickup and disposal.
Live data for spray volume, ground speed, water flow and application rate scaling, water pressure/ temperature and total water used. Output to USB for reporting.
Drive to Net Zero – FASTICE® ICE MAKING SYSTEM
The continued innovation of this product has resulted in ice quality that had only previously been experienced in world-class or “league-level” venues. FastICE creates the ice surface with a computer controlled high pressure pump for an even and accurate fine mist water application. The smooth and consistent application freezes and bonds quickly and evenly with the existing surface, dramatically improving the quality of the ice.
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Efficiencies Deliver Savings
Reduced wear on the ice resurfacer and extended blade life. Significant savings from reduced energy and water consumption, less labor, and more ice time to sell.
Laser and receiver units work together to provide an accurate reference point to within a half millimeter, allowing the ice to be built to an even and optimal height and dramatically reducing ice maintenance needs.
Automatic Blade Adjustment
Programmed settings maintain a minimum and maximum cut standard which can be controlled by one user, allowing a consistent resurfacing from the entire ice maintenance team.
Drive to Net Zero – Laser Leveling System, Level-Ice
Laser technology has been available to arena operators for nearly two decades and word has spread regarding the benefits of using laser leveling to improve the quality of the ice surface, as well as controlling costs and the consumption of resources.
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Ideally Suited for Rink Industry Use
the quick charge time of Lithium-ion affords operators a fast return to the ice with maximum capacity, supporting busy arena schedules and with no overnight downtime
Zero Battery Maintenance
the sealed battery package has no need for watering, equalization, acid/electrolyte handling nor cleaning
BMS Smart Charge
no worry of over-charging or monitoring charger performance as the battery management system monitors and optimizes health and longevity of the system
Drive to Net Zero – Lithium-ion as a Powerful Tool for Sustainability and Savings
Maybe your facility is considering switching from fuel to electric. Lead acid battery powered electric equipment is a solid choice and you may be confident that it is right for your arena. There is a lot of interest in lithium-ion, but it’s new so is it right for your next ice resurfacer?
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Monitor consumption and optimize performance with predictive insight and resource management.
Monitor and evaluate detailed results of your fuel / electric / water consumption for opportunities to conserve resources and money. Fleet managers can compare group data to identify potential savings.
Use a wide variety of data points to develop custom spreadsheets and reports suited to your facility’s needs. Identify trends in consumption and performance to forecast maintenance and service needs.
Zamboni Connect is accessible on demand around the clock on web and mobile (iOS and Android).
Zamboni Connect – Harness the Power of Intelligence Onboard Your Machine
The ice business is notoriously difficult with high costs related to equipment maintenance and utilities being an ever-present challenge. The ability to monitor energy and water consumption and other variables during resurfacing provides a new vantage point to save valuable resources and improve your bottom line.
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Hear how others have leveraged FastICE, Level-Ice, and Lithium-ion machines to improve their facilities.
Because you’re using the spray system and you’re only putting a certain amount of water down and not overflooding the rink. By not having that water sit on the surface while it’s setting up you’re able to make a lot harder sheet of ice and we’ve definitely noticed that.Ryan Gowan
Operations Manager, The Sports Centre at Western Fair District
London, Ontario, Canada
My favorite part about the FastICE system is having access to the data. From there I can see at what PSI the water is being put out, what the flow percentage is, and it’s very convenient to be able to see what the machine is doing.Cole Butler
Zamboni Machine Operator
American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
While working on budgets, I was able to gather information demonstrating our labor savings of $13,000.00 a year. With a number of new efficiencies in the building, we will drastically reduce the heat load on our slab as well as the load on our dehumidification and HVAC systems.Ryan Shaffer
Recreation Director, White Township Public Parks, S&T Bank Arena
Our biggest game-changer is the maintenance time. We aren't edging corners down. We're not doing that hard grinding on the machines. We edge once a day and our ice is perfectly flat.Brandon Radeke
Director of Ice Operations Pittsburgh Penguins
One of the biggest game changers in our building is how level our ice is. I still do ice maintenance, but this is a fast facility so it’s a big game changer for me. Level-Ice helps me keep it in the parameters we need for an OHL game.Dillon Learn
Chief Engineer and Special Projects Manager
Budweiser Gardens, Ontario, Canada
Why do I have Level-Ice? As a facility manager looking to find ways to raise the bar, reduce expenses, to create more energy efficiencies throughout the building and the operation, that is one thing that I have put a lot of research into. It was a no-brainer at the end of the day. When you do the cost analysis on it and the savings that we were looking at, it was less than a two year payback.Justin Fidler
Community Services Operations Manager