Berg Chilling Systems manufactured and supplied a synthetic ice rink refrigeration system for The Wharf Ice Rink in Washington D.C. The system includes a skid mounted, indoor chiller with a water-cooled condenser capable of producing up to 75TR. It also features an energy efficient dual circuit design, control panel with touch screen HMI, insulation and […]
Berg Chilling Systems supplied a turnkey ice rink refrigeration system to On The Dunes Sports, a seasonal sand-based ice rink located in Michigan, USA. The package includes a skid mounted, outdoor air-cooled, synthetic ice rink chiller with a cooling capacity of 75TR, enough to sustain its 85′ x 200′ ice surface. This chiller has an […]
Berg Chilling Systems provided a turnkey replacement of the synthetic refrigeration system for the National Gallery of Art’s Sculpture Garden Ice Rink. The system includes a skid mounted indoor ice rink chiller with water-cooled condenser producing 130TR supplied in two modules (due to space restrictions), electrical panel with an extra large touch screen HMI, heat […]
Berg Chilling Systems provided a turnkey replacement of the ice rink refrigeration system for the Indiana Ice Arena, home of the Indy Fuel of the East Coast Hockey League. The arena is the first professional hockey organization to use Chemours Opteon XP10, the official refrigerant of the NHL. The synthetic ice rink refrigeration system includes […]
Berg Chilling Systems installed a synthetic indoor ice rink chiller skid package as part of the Holden Complex ice plant replacement project. The remote air-cooled chiller is charged with R449A (Opteon XP40) refrigerant and has a cooling capacity of 60TR. This chiller is dual circuit and includes two compact screw compressors and a tube evaporator. […]
Berg Chilling Systems installed an energy efficient synthetic ice rink refrigeration system for the Huntsville Curling Club in Ontario, Canada. The package includes an indoor air cooled chiller with variable speed pump, remote condensing unit, 4″ brine headers with 8″ centers and touchscreen HMI. Berg service staff also performed the decommissioning and removal of the […]
Berg Chilling Systems provided a turnkey ammonia ice rink refrigeration system for the new Rankin Inlet Arena recreational ice facility in Nunavut, Canada. The skid mounted ammonia ice rink chiller includes three circuits (one standby), one heat reclaim package, one dry fluid cooler, two Glycol make up packages, and a snow melt heat exchanger. Berg […]
Berg Chilling Systems Inc. installed a custom engineered ammonia refrigeration system for the Glace Bay Miners Forum as part of its recreational ice facility refurbishment project. The skid mounted water-cooled ammonia chiller package featured three reciprocating compressors, one Vahterus plate and shell evaporator with integrated surge drum, one condenser, one high pressure receiver, three oil […]
R22, commonly known as Freon, was introduced to the industrial refrigeration market in the 1950s. For decades, it was used as the standard refrigerant within the heating and cooling industry.
Chlorodifluoromethane, the technical name for R22, is a compound of hydrochlorofluorocarbon (HCFC) and used widely as a refrigerant in all chilling applications up until recently. Although […]
The costs associated with heating an ice rink can account for more than half of operating expenses. Although reducing costs is a concern, the other dilemma is ensuring ice rink spectators stay warm while the ice is kept cold.
In this article, we will discuss ways to balance the heat load of your ice rink with […]