A skating rink is a surface of ice-cold water on which one can make Patinage or Hockey. With this intention, water must be cooled in order to reach its point of Congélation. This can be done naturally for the external skating rinks in the countries where the temperature is maintained a long time under zero (the longer skating rink arranged in the world is external and is located at Ottawa with the Canada) or in an artificial way with a system of refrigeration. A building sheltering an interior skating rink surrounded by steps is called a Aréna.
By extension, in theatrical improvisation, this indicates the scenic Espace where the Jouteur S will clash.
Artificial skating rink
An artificial skating rink is equipped with a system of Réfrigération. This one cools a liquid often made up of water and Glycol. This last is a fabulous antifreeze and makes it possible water to be cooled between -9 and -12°C. This liquid is then sent, in closed circuit, with the lower part of the surface of ice-skating through a carpet of rubber pipes.
The largest enemy of an artificial skating rink in outside is the wind. The rain and the temperature do not constitute a frightening enemy.
National union of the skating rinks
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