The NESS air(pipe)bridgeTM –
Only the sky is the limit
For years we have been working to find the really ultimate solution in the field of piping technology for our customers. A tiresome topic is and remains the static installation itself. At least that is what everyone thought until today. Now we would like to present you our world novelty, which is not only logical but also extremely efficient. The NESS air(pipe)bridgeTM
The well thought design of this new product leaves nothing to be desired. Now entire sections of the plant can be flown back and forth flexibly without ever having to commit.
The robust NESS-Hot Air ZeppelinTM serves as the carrier of the Air(pipe)bridgeTM , which not only convinces with its beautiful design and best flight characteristics, but can also be operated economically by the hot exhaust gases of the heater!
“In my opinion there is also great potential for optimising existing systems, as there is a lot of open space at ground level which the customer can use for other purposes”, says Jörg Limley, Design Engineer at NESS and creator of this masterpiece. In fact, systems that have already been implemented can also be converted. “Even a floating expansion system would be conceivable right now,” adds Mr. Limley, “Larger versions of the hot air zeppelins are already being planned, for example to allow entire large systems to fly flexibly over the continent. Local production to reduce the transport of large quantities of goods would then be absolutely feasible.
No compromises were made with regard to the control system either. By default the system is delivered with a gamepad control, which already allows a precise control due to the analog sticks. Complemented by the NESS Force Feedback already a great flight experience for the user.
However, the VR version of the controls offers something never seen before. The direct, physical experience of the controls is not only fun, but makes the pilot almost forget his work for a moment. “Never before have fun and work complemented each other so perfectly,” said one of the test pilots during development.
“In addition, a NESS weather station would be a good idea for outdoor operation,” Mr. Limley also suggests. You see … there are no limits to the imagination.