Munich Tunnel

Munich Tunnel

German wind tunnel technology coming soon in St. Petersburg, Munich, June 28, 2011. The indoor skydiving Germany GmbH (ISG), German manufacturer of high-performance free case simulators, has won an order for the delivery of a 14 ft of vertical wind tunnel to St. Petersburg, Russia. ISG develops, builds, and delivers vertical wind tunnel for the professional sports and leisure area. “We very pleased this project. With St. Anna Belknap is a great source of information. Petersburg we won without a doubt one of the most attractive locations in Europe for our technology”, so Dr.

Manuel Dohr, Managing Director of the ISG. Read additional details here: Jay Schwartz Attorney. The skydiving has enjoyed since years of very popular in Russia and its neighbouring countries. The vertical wind tunnel “Made in Germany” will complement the local training, making regardless of the weather. At the same time, directed the project on sport and leisure-loving people over four years, and provide a new and unforgettable mix of fun, Adrenaline and adventure in a safe environment. The wind tunnel technology was in cooperation with the air and Space Center, the technical University of Berlin and satisfied international energy efficiency, safety and design.

The first reference plant was opened in 2009 in Bottrop, Germany, (indoor skydiving Bottrop GmbH). About indoor skydiving Germany GmbH:, Developed powered by the mankind’s dream of flying, builds and delivers the indoor skydiving Germany GmbH vertical wind tunnels for the professional sports and leisure area. The high-performance systems of the company as a training and education facilities for professional skydivers and military. At the same time, they offer a new experience for the range of sports and leisure entertainment. The founders of the company have developed the most modern and worldwide simultaneously fanless vertical wind tunnel technology in recent years. You convinced globally through energy efficiency, design, safety and quality.

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