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The Science of Ice (Hockey)

Making ice in an indoor rink is really pretty incredible. In order to freeze the inch of water necessary, a series of pipes lie beneath the surface where a non-freezing liquid is kept refrigerated and constantly circulated. This cold brinewater, as the substance is often called, brings the temperature of the water below freezing in...Read More

How Temperature Monitoring Changes Overall Facility Behavior

Temperature monitoring may seem like a small factor in the overall operations of a production facility, but facility managers and company owners shouldn’t discount its effect on how a facility operates. There are tangible benefits to temperature monitoring. For example: adhering to regulations, product safety, and product insurance are all direct and easily perceived reasons...Read More