Climbing Comfort for the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb

06 Jul 2022

With hundreds of climbs scaling the Sydney Harbour Bridge daily, the crew at the Bridge Climb needed a cooling solution to beat the heat during summer that didn't impact the historical arches.


The employees who frequent the climbing base were subjected to extreme temperatures. Small doors at the end of the building provided only some of the outside air necessary to keep the environment comfortable, and the absence of a cross breeze kept the building extremely warm, even in mild temperatures.



Two Pivots and One Powerfoil D Big Ass Fans distributed gentle columns of air over large spaces, creating a cooling effect from the gentle breezes that can make a person feel 10 degrees cooler. All of the inhabitants of Bridge Climb are enjoying the comfortable breezes that reach all corners of the building.