You should strive for an optimal humidity of 50-55%. This is especially important when you have a large crowd, which often contributes to an increased humidity level.
Humidity in the ice rink has a big impact on the quality of the ice. A high level of humidity provides a rugged surface producing a lot of snow when the ice comes into contact with the sharp blades of a skate.
You should strive for an optimal humidity of 50-55%. That number becomes even more important with large crowds that often contribute to increased humidity levels.
It is also crucial that you keep an eye on the fresh air intakes to the arena. These should not be near any streams, lakes or other humidity sources, or you might compromise the quality of the ice, even with the REALice® system in place.