ECOVISION-ICE systems

A technology hat trick for innovative and environmentally responsible arenas.
ECOVISION–ICE is designed to help arenas recycle water from Zambonis, reducing the amount of potable water
used to maintain the rink by 85%. Arenas score additional savings through lower operational costs associated with water.
Rounding out the hat trick is a stable supply of pure water.
Players benefit from harder ice that creates less snow and makes it easier to see the lines.

Applications and features

ECOVISION-ICE recycles melted ice from Zambonis
and reuses it to supply the machines with pure,
stable, and ecologically responsible water ready for the next time the ice is resurfaced.

ECOVISION-ICE-20

Ecovision-ICE-20

Treatment capacity:

20 liters per minute (5 GPM)


Ecovision-ICE-20

Recycling system designed for arenas with one or more rinks.

  • Treatment process includes a reverse osmosis filtration membrane
  • 1,500-liter (400–US gallon) recycled water storage tank
  • High-flow pump module to quickly refill the Zambonis
  • Fully automated
  • Compact and modular
  • Automatically switches to potable water if there is a shortage of recycled water

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ECOVISION-ICE-75

Ecovision-ICE-75

Treatment capacity :

75 liters per minute (20 GPM)


Ecovision-ICE-75

Designed for arenas with one or more rinks, this high-flow recycling system has a small footprint with no storage tank.

  • Treatment process includes four reverse osmosis filtration membranes
  • No storage tank
  • High-flow pump module to quickly refill the Zambonis
  • Fully automated
  • Compact and modular
  • Automatically switches to potable water if there is a shortage of recycled water

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Learn more about an ECOVISION ICE project and the results achieved

Installation of a recycling system for water from the Zambonis

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How to get started
with water recycling?

Want to start recycling water?

  • Reduce your operating costs
  • Safeguard your water supply
  • Manage water responsibly

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