The Sound Barriers prefabricated aluminum dasher board system allows for quick and accurate installation onto your existing ice pad. It is also ideal for multifunction venues where temporarily removing the dasher boards allows for greater access for other events such as concerts, trade shows and conventions.
The Sound Barriers PF-A-01 is constructed of a rigid aluminum frame with 1/2″ puck board fastened to the ice-side of the dasher boards and 3/8″ puck board fastened to the spectator side. All fasteners are colour matched to the boards and lines to provide a seamless visual mount. The tempered glass shields are 5/8″ thick on the ends and corners of the dasher boards to provide higher impact resistance in those critical areas. While 1/2″ tempered glass shields are use on the sides to reduce overall cost.
Juriquilla, Mexico is a suburb of Santiago de Querétaro located approximately 300 KM northwest of Mexico City. Santiago de Querétaro is the capital and largest city of the state of Querétaro, located in central Mexico. It is part of the macroregion of Bajío. In 1996, the historic center of Querétaro was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Querétaro has repeatedly been recognized as the metro area with the best quality of life and as the safest city in Mexico and also as the most dynamic in Latin America. It is a strong business and economic centre and a vigorous service city that is experiencing an ongoing social and economic revitalization. Querétaro has seen an outstanding industrial and economic development since the mid 1990s. Querétaro metropolitan area has the 2nd highest GDP per capita among Mexico’s metropolitan areas with 20,000 USD after Monterrey. The city is the fastest-growing in the country, basing its economy to IT and data centers, logistics services, aircraft manufacturing and maintenance, call centers and manufacturing center for automotive and machinery industry, chemicals and food products. The region of Querétaro has a rapidily growing vineyards agriculture and it hosts the famous wine producer from Spain: Freixenet, the wine production in Querétaro is now the second largest in Mexico after the Baja California region.