Fresh air for Climate Planet
From June until the end of August 2017 at the waterfront of
Aarhus it has been possible to visit a giant globe measuring
24 metres in diameter and 20 metres high.
The project is called Climate Planet and was
developed in connection with the celebration of Aarhus as European
Capital of Culture in 2017. Inside the globe a smaller weather
globe with a diameter of 4 metres hovers. Through live satellite
transmissions it shows a real time projection of our planet as
seen from space.
From Aarhus the exhibition will move to Copenhagen where it can be
visited from September 23 until October 22.
In association with Euro-Vent, KE Fibertec has supplied the
ventilation system to provide a pleasant indoor climate for the
The textile duct is installed vertically along the sides of the
globe. It has a diameter of 500 mm and supplies 10,000
m3 air into the globe for cooling as well as for
heating. Nozzles have been fitted in the duct, directing the air
into the occupied zone. The air supplied to the visible ducts is
fed through textile ducts located under the floor.
Flexibility and easy installation
For the contractor it was key to have a flexible solution
since everything will eventually be packed and moved to a new
location. With textile ducting the contractor has chosen a system
that is easy, quick, and not least cheap to install.
The textile duct is made of black MultiWeave material
to match the black foil on the inside of the tent.
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