Energy Efficiency

Better energy efficiency

We know the importance of aerodynamics

Our award-winning engineers have invested such great amount of time and effort into studying aerodynamics, that their research results are the cardinal part of a PhD on Wind Tunnel Aerodynamics.

After investing almost one million euros in research & development and having built the largest wind tunnel prototype to date, we are confident that we have achieved the most advanced technology in fourth-generation wind tunnels.

What has resulted as the main achievement? Higher energy efficiency. For every kW used, we produce higher wind speeds compared to other tunnels, which means you'll need much less electricity to run yours.

Electricity consumption is normally the largest operating cost of any wind tunnel.

Importance of aerodynamics

Electricity consumption is normally the largest operating cost of any wind tunnel. Depending on the applied wind speeds, running a non-efficient wind tunnel can cost between 250 - 450 euros per hour, while running an efficient wind tunnel will only cost you an average of 100 - 180 euros per hour.

Offer the best price to your customers

Making sure you have the lowest operational cost does not only mean you make more profit. You can also fluctuate your prices for promotions, special events or any other reason far easier and without having to run below or even close to cost price.

Make your company competitive

If one day you face competition in your area, lower operating costs will make a crucial difference. Saving around 270 euros per hour in operating cost is not an easy task and can make or break your market position.

Transparency in our services

We suggest that our potential buyers talk with other tunnel manufacturers and ask how many aerodynamic tests they have done and how much they have invested in research and development.

EYDISA Wind Tunnels is not the only company that knows how to build a wind tunnel.

But nobody else has managed to build one with a 15-feet round flight chamber, running on less electricity than a 13-feet polygonal one. And that is with a 35% faster airflow.