Aermec Case Study – Weather is no match for Aermec’s a/c solution at Wimbledon

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Weather is no match for Aermec’s a/c solution at Wimbledon

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Aermec are specialists when it comes to applications requiring critical control of their internal environments. From commercial buildings to data centres, Aermec can deliver. Their project at Wimbledon is no exception.

Read this Case Study from Aermec. It describes how they worked with the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) to provide a bespoke air conditioning solution that comes into play when the retractable roofs over Wimbledon's Centre Court and No1. Court are closed.

A Unique Project

The location of this venue is surrounded by housing so considerable planning and innovative designs were required. Aermec took a customised approach, having to address an unusual combination of criteria – noise, comfort of spectators, safety of players and moisture levels of the grass.

The Outcome

Following prototype design and build, Aermec completed extensive acoustic tests in their climatic chamber. They worked closely with AELTC and ME Engineers to deliver a timely, robust solution that has supplied Wimbledon with super quiet chillers and very low noise air handlig units (AHUs). This ensures that play on both Centre Court and Court No1. continues regardless of the weather.


Aermec units in the roof of Court No1


Read more about this project and the outcome by reading the full case study available via the link found further down this page.

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Published 7th July 2021