Our experience includes over 500 + ice surfaces across the globe including Canada, the U.S, Russia, Japan, New Zealand, and Scotland.
Gateway’s artificial ice surfaces are the gold standard for the sport and recreational ice industry. Our team of specialists are leaders in the design, fabrication, installation and service of artificial ice refrigeration plants and rink floors around the world.
Whether it’s a curling rink in Edmonton, an outdoor skating path in Utah, a single arena in Siberia or a triple rink complex in Texas, your project will receive individual design consultation for your specific requirements to maximize efficiency and save energy.
Indoor or outdoor, when you require quality ice with cost-effective operation systems, you can depend on Gateway to get the job done right.
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Gateway was selected to construct the temporary ice surface for the Salt Lake City Olympic opening and closing ceremony as well as the Olympic Speed skating oval which is to this day the fastest ice on the planet.
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In 1998 Gateway Mechanical was approached by the producers of Mystery Alaska to build a curved ice pathway for the movie set in Canmore, Alberta. An unexpected warm front had melted all the natural ice surfaces and they needed a solution quick. Gateway deployed a large (280 Tonn) portable ammonia system and was able to build a custom ice path within 10 days.
Gateway designed and built the largest portable ice rink refrigeration system in the world. Contained in a 53′ highway trailer this ammonia refrigeration system had a 280-ton capacity and used three Vilter 548XL compressors, an Alfa Laval plate heat exchanger and a BAC evaporative condenser. This system was used twice in Japan for NHL games.
Gateway was asked to provide temporary ice in one of Warner Brothers’ studios for the infamous villain “Mr Freeze”. A large soundstage became a rink complete with iced stairway, upper deck and curved wall. The ice was made with pure water to make it crystal clear and the Warner Brothers art department painted the ice to look like real marble.
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