Therefore, Adldinger’s answer is clear: a cooling plant wall. Because our latest moss filter, the WallBreeze, is now also part of the mentioned sustainable innovations. We are very excited and proud of the premiere and the first faMOSS installation of our most powerful building greenery in the Newton building complexof the Adldinger Group on the research campus in Garching. Behind the reception desk, four of the actively ventilated moss filters ensure that “employees and students are provided with fresh air and lush greenery”.
(photos: Adldinger Unternehmensgruppe)
How does it work? Four actively ventilated moss filters “welcome visitors in the foyer”, says Adldinger. The modules are “easy to integrate and offer contemporary benefits” such as:
fresh breathing air: up to 82% less particulate matter and up to 4°C cooling
particulate matter reduction: actively eliminates 50% of particulate matter
antibacterial & antiviral: protection against germs
The active ventilation technology and fully automated irrigation distinguish the WallBreezefrom conventional wall greening. An innovative Internet-of-Things concept generates real-time environmental and condition data, which are visualized and processed through a proprietary cloud solution. The regenerative biofilter is the large-scale solution for better air.
The premiere of the first WallBreeze modules takes place in the atrium of the BAMC research cluster on the Garching campus. HEREyou could find more information about the project, and on the WallBreeze product page.