We have researched, developed, designed and tested. Now the WallBreeze is ready for series production. The most powerful building green cleans the air for up to 2,500 people per hour per module. Several projects are currently in preparation. The premiere of the first WallBreeze modules will take place in the atrium of the BAMC research cluster on the campus in Garching. Right behind the reception desk, four of the actively ventilated moss filters will welcome students and staff with the best air and lush greenery.
Representatives of the Bavarian Additive Manufacturing Cluster (BAMC), a non-profit association founded by seven companies and the Technical University of Munich, as well as the corresponding TUM chairs and those of the TUM-Oerlikon AM Institute will work under one roof in the building and the adjacent newly constructed research hall. The aim is to overcome technical and economic hurdles on the way to industrialising additive research. Adldinger is providing the premises for this forward-looking collaboration. The general contractor acts as a project developer, investor and partner in municipalities throughout Europe.