Cupori 240 (Ishol)

Cupori 240 (Ishol) ice rink tube is plastic coated tubing that can be laid under the ice in concrete without extra insulation. It has been developed in cooperation with IUC of Sweden. In combination with carbon dioxide technology, copper tubing offers an energy-efficient solution for ice rink refrigeration at reasonable expense throughout its lifecycle. Carbon dioxide is an environmentally friendly, non-toxic refrigerant with low operation and maintenance costs.

Benefits

  • Cost-effective cooling with combination of carbon dioxide and copper tubes
  • Good heat transfer properties of copper tubes means constant ice quality and temperature
  • Energy efficient systems because carbon dioxide and copper tube requires smaller pumps and tube sizes
  • Temperature remains constant over the ice area - reduced energy consumption
  • Low operation and maintenance costs
 

References for Cupori 240 (Ishol)

Country Name Ice-rink for
Norway Jar Ishall, Bærum Ice hockey and curling (4 lanes)
Norway Idda Arena, Kristiansand Ice hockey and curling
Canada Arena Marcel Dutil, Quebec Ice hockey
Japan ”Eco Arena”, Karuizawa, Nagano Curling (3 lanes)
Sweden Göransson Arena, Sandviken Bandy
Russia Paranomovo toboggan run, Moscow Skeleton run
Sweden Tingvalla Ice Stadium, Karlstads Bandy and ice hockey
Sweden Katrineholm Ice hockey