In October 2015, WM ice technics, manufacturer of top-quality ice resurfacing machinery, presented their latest breakthrough: The WM Mammoth, a fully-electric ice resurfacing machine for standard ice rinks. And now, just three years on, the 100th WM Mammoth is leaving the production site of the South Tyrolean company. A success story beyond our wildest dreams. The WM Mammoth has won over clients in every corner of the world through, first and foremost, its efficiency and user-friendliness, along with its integrated edger, tilt-access engine compartment, quick-change system for rapid blade replacement and its fully-automated mode. The ice resurfacer features countless details that make work operations comfortable and safe. This has been confirmed not only by positive customer feedback, but also by type-testing carried out by Suva, Switzerland’s independent certification association. In creating the WM Mammoth, WM ice technics have achieved a new milestone in innovative design. In November 2017, when we presented the first fully-automated WM Mammoth Auto Drive, the company took a step into the future: Through its positioning system, the Mammoth Auto Drive can fully resurface an ice rink, even without a driver.
WM ice technics is a market leader with resurfacing machinery. The company was founded in 1986 by machinist Willy Mulser and, despite its growth, it has remained a family company. Development, production and assembly all take place under one roof. WM ice technics are masters of innovation and, with their unceasing avant-garde developments, never fail to attract attention. The production range currently features four ice-resurfacing machines: The WM evo2 for ice ovals, the WM Mammoth and WM Mammoth Auto Drive for standard ice rinks, the WM Compact for small ice rinks and the WM Pinguino for mobile ice rinks.