Skating On Synthetic Ice

Want to bring the fun of an ice rink to your park, but don’t have the expertise for maintenance, the building to house it, or the money to pay the utility bills? There is another option–fake ice–also known as synthetic ice. This new synthetic ice is a high-tech polymer plastic engineered to create a low-friction surface similar to that of real ice. Figure skaters, hockey players, and recreational skaters all can use the surface. “The alternative ice skating-surface concept has …


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