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Allianz Arena
Munich, Germany

Both nationally and internationally, WOLF is one of the leading air treatment specialists for sports stadia. Apart from the AWD Arena in Hanover, the Westfalenstadion in Dortmund, the Volkswagen Arena in Wolfsburg and the Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid, Wolf air handling units also provide pleasant temperatures and an excellent ambience in one of Europe’s most attractive and modern football stadiums, the Allianz Arena in Munich, covering boxes, restaurants, offices as well as subterranean areas.

  • ABRIDGED INFORMATION

    FUNCTION: Football stadium

    CAPACITY: 75.000

    OPENING: 30/05/2005

    INVESTMENT: Approximately € 340 million

    SPECIAL FEATURES: 2760 rhomboid cushions made from ETFE foil create 66,500 m² of roof and façade area which represents the largest membrane cover in the world

    ARCHITECTS: Herzog & De Meuron, Jacques Herzog, Pierre de Meuron

  • SYSTEM OVERVIEW

    APPLIANCES: 54 handling units with heat recovery

    AIR VOLUME: In total 1,000,000 m3/h

    HR SYSTEMS: Thermal wheel heat exchanger

    WRG - Leistung: 10,000 kW

  • VIABILITY CALCULATION

    INVESTMENT: € 1,200,000 including installation costs

    PAYBACK PERIOD: 3.4 years

  • ECO-BALANCE

    CO² reduction: 3,200 t

Fifty-four air handling units with heat recovery and up to 45,000 m³ air volume per hour are deployed. According to official data provided by the operator, every hour approximately 1,000,000 m³ of air are moved within the seven story building structure behind the stands and the world’s largest membrane cover. The technical features of the WOLF air handling units include multiple integrated energy saving heat recovery components such as thermal wheel heat exchangers and crossflow heat exchangers. The heat recovering system reduces CO² emissions by more than 3200 tonnes.

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