The room with two frequency drives for fans on the west side of the Tokyo tunnel. Raised floor is yet to be installed.
Panoramic view from the top
To reduce noise and for comfortable flights a cooling system is installed, which cools the air inside the air ducts using cold water running through the turning vanes. The assembly of the Tokyo cooling system is in progress.
The construction of the concrete building in Tokyo has been finished. Soon the scaffold will be removed and the installation of equipment will begin.
Parts of the air dict arrrived to Japan. They are made of smooth and thick fiber-reinforced plastic sandwich, resulting in the reduced drag and noise.
We’re proud to announce that we have just started the geological survey on the land plot in Chiba New Town for our new wind-tunnel in Japan. Stay tuned.
Middle levels of concrete in the Tokyo wind-tunnel are ready. The circle in the center is where the glass flight chamber will be installed.
Digging of the foundation pit for the Munich wind tunnel has started.
The bottom level of the concrete building of the Tokyo tunnel is almost finished. The platform with the workers in the center is where the confusor will be installed and through which the air-stream will run upwards to the flight chamber.
A joint ventrue between FlyStation and Tacos Telecom was set up several days ago. The construction of the FlyStation Korea wind tunnel is to begin in South Korea later this year.
Diagonal slopes, where the turning vanes will be mounted, can already be seen.