The indoor artificial skating rink is in an open space. Since the ice surface temperature of the skating rink is much lower than the environment, it is especially important to maintain proper air parameters in the skating rink area. Ordinary indoor air conditioners can not meet the requirements of indoor artificial ice skating rinks in their area. It is necessary to introduce reasonable ice rink dehumidification systems
and arrange the air supply system reasonably.
The wet load source of the indoor artificial skating rink will follow a certain natural movement. Due to the difference in the saturated vapor pressure of water vapor in the air at different humid temperatures, the water vapor in the high temperature air will migrate to a place where the temperature is low. If the surface temperature of a cold object is lower than the dew point temperature of the ambient air in which it is placed, it will not retain more water vapor when the air is cooled, and the surface of the cold object will condense.
Because the indoor artificial ice rink has a large ice surface and a low temperature, it has a strong dehumidification effect, just like a large dehumidifier. If the air in the ice rink area is not handled well, the water vapor in the wet air will be generated on the ice surface in the form of water droplets or mist. This is evident in indoor skating rinks or curling courts, which can result in "soft" ice and add extra load to the refrigeration system. It is desirable to keep the dew point temperature of the air in the ice rink area as low as possible, preferably below the ice surface. But the air in this state is too costly to consider, and it needs to be weighed against costs.
In order to obtain a good quality ice surface and maintain a good indoor environment, the indoor artificial ice rink must be equipped with a suitable ice rink dehumidification system.