The new building, which it rebuilt after a major fire in 2013, has BREEAM rating of 'Very Good' due to its environmental status.
The virtual tour uses the same technology as used in Google View, the application which allows you to, virtually, travel along at street level seeing the local environment. Airedale's virtual tour allows visitors to see inside the newly refurbished, 23,000 square metre factory.
- Airedale's manufacturing lines where its team makes the chillers and precision air conditioning systems from start to finish.
- The company's multi-million pound, 1,323m² research and development test centre, which Airedale uses to test its air conditioning systems up to 250kW, and chillers up to 2MW.
- The Airedale training school where their trainers teach brazing, air conditioning and electrical skills using operational systems.
Airedale managing director, Clive Parkman, said:
You can take the tour through a desktop, laptop, tablet PC or smartphone.