Cooling Zones

The cooling zones, into which the glycol is channeled, are the “floor” of the ice rink and there the water falls which creates the ice we want.

They are made of EPDM elastomeric material, to withstand extreme temperatures from -40 ˚C to +120 ˚C and pressures up to 5 bar. Their thickness is 0.5 cm allowing the ice to be built very quickly but without being costly in energy consumption.

Our company is the only manufacturer of EPDM cooling zones for Greece, Cyprus and the Balkans.


In the boxes, the cooling zones are wrapped and stored, their transportation is cheaper and the installation of the ice rink is faster.

The boxes are made of heavy-duty galvanised iron with an aluminum lid.