About Tunnel Technologies
Tunnel Technologies is a newcomer to the wind tunnel manufacturing scene. The investors and team for this project come from St. Petersburg in Russia. This same group is responsible for running the existing vertical wind tunnel in St. Petersburg - FlyStation. The team has created a newly designed wind tunnel. This model is already slated to be installed around the world, with more locations surely to come.
Wind Tunnel Technology
Tunnel Technologies has announced their brand new wind tunnel design - TT45V1. This design is a two-sided recirculating model. 4 axial fans power this 4.5 m (14.75 feet) diameter tunnel to speeds of up to 300 km/h (186 mph). The flight chamber glass is 8 m (26.2 feet) high. The height of the flight chamber is 16 m (52.5 feet) tall to the lowest part of the turning vanes, and 19.4 m (63.6 feet) to the peak. This model includes air ventilation plus air conditioning.
A full featured control panel and software suite is provided with the tunnel. This software handles the operation as well as media for tunnel customers.
St Petersburg, Russia
Tunnel Technologies Wind Tunnels (8)
Open to the Public
|Status||Tunnel Name||Country||Size||Opened / Opening||Tunnel Type|
|FlyStation Akishima||Japan||14.8ft (4.5m)||Spring 2017||Recirculating|
|FlyStation Chiba New Town||Japan||14.8ft (4.5m)||Spring 2017||Recirculating|
|FlyStation Korea||South Korea||14.8ft (4.5m)||2017||Recirculating|
|FlyStation Koshigaya||Japan||14.8ft (4.5m)||Late 2016||Recirculating|
|FlyStation Munich||Germany||14.8ft (4.5m)||Early 2017||Recirculating|
|FlyStation Osaka||Japan||14.8ft (4.5m)||Autumn 2017||Recirculating|
|FlyStation Yokohama||Japan||14.8ft (4.5m)||Autumn 2017||Recirculating|
|Sky Circus Simulateur||France||8.2ft (2.5m)||September 2016||Propeller Below|