REFERENCES

FunICE has already been successfully installed in several countries throughout Europe and Asia.

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Permanent rinks
  • Gozd, Poland (400 m2), 2008
  • Ostrowiec Swietokrzyski, Poland (400 m2), 2008
  • Starachowice, Poland (400 m2), 2008
  • Bottrop, Germany (800 m2 and 400 m2), 2009
  • St. Pölten, Austria (ca. 350 m2), 2010
  • Emmen, Switzerland (460 m2), 2010
  • Weitling, Austria (86 m2), 2011
  • Zugerberg, Switzerland (600 m2), 2011
  • Ashgabad, Turkmenistan (800 m2) 2011,
    (340 m2), 2012
  • Winterberg, Germany (380m2), 2013
  • Bratislava, Slovakia (500m2), 2014
  • Dorohoi, Romania (308m2), 2014
  • Sliač, Slovakia (264m2), 2015
  • Guangzhou, China (200m2), 2017
  • Turkey (over 7500m2 for more than 60 projects;
    schools, public rinks), 2014-2017
  • Guangzhou, China (1000m2), 2018
Temporary rinks
  • Zagreb, Croatia (∅ round 12 m), 2005
  • Rijeka, Croatia (400 m2), 2005
  • Velenje, Slovenia (400 m2), 2005
  • Ljubljana, Slovenia (200 m2), 2008
  • Bovec, Slovenia (106 m2), 2011
  • Ashgabad, Turkmenistan (340 m2), 2011
  • Zreče, Slovenia (215m2), 2014
  • Rogaška Slatina, Slovenia (160m2), 2016
  • Slovenske Konjice, Slovenia (220m2),
    2013-2017
Special application
  • Hockey shooting zones, hockey training areas
  • Hockey treadmill gliding elements
  • Curling synthetic ice track
  • Bob track finish area (Winterberg, 2013)
  • Surface for sensory fields/computer software tracking area (Bad Aibling, 2013)