what we do...
is an innovative technology company focused on improving energy and temperature performance in retail refrigeration.
We work in partnership with Williams Advanced Engineering in our design, modelling and testing of new technology, and with our OEM and retail clients in delivery of bespoke solutions for commercialisation.
aerofoil and vortex technologies...
- aerodynamically straighten cold air curtains
- reduce cold air spill and cold-aisle syndrome
- improve energy efficiency by up to 40%
- improve product temperatures, reducing shrinkage and food waste
- can be retro-fitted in situ or specified for new-build
- provide a barrier-free alternative to glass doors
- use 100% recycled aluminium
what everyone's saying...
Ian Moore - Head of Store Development at Marks and Spencer
Paul Crewe - Sainsbury's Head of Sustainability
Brian Churchyard - Senior Manager for Construction Design Standards, Asda
Clare Meehan - Head of Stores and Supply Chain Finance, WHSmith
Derek Wilson - Operations Director, Impact Shopfitting
Sukh Tiwana - Group Commercial Director, SSP
Dr. Dame Sue Ion DBE FREng FRS - Chair, MacRobert Award Judging Panel
David Greenshields - Development Project Manager, ScotMid Cooperative
John Skelton - Sainsbury's Head of Refrigeration
our latest news...
WHSmith chooses F1-inspired Aerofoils to save energy and reduce its carbon footprint
Leading high street brand WHSmith has chosen to fit Aerofoils to its open-fronted refrigerators in more than 430 of its travel stores...
Aerofoils help Scotmid save energy and lower emissions
Community retailer Scotmid Co-operative have adopted aerofoil technology for their chilled food cabinets, a move that will deliver transformative savings in energy costs and carbon emissions as well as improving the retail experience for shoppers.
SSP Group chooses F1-inspired, energy-saving aerofoils
SSP Group plc, the leading global travel retailer, has chosen the Formula One-inspired Aerofoil for its chilled food cabinets, in another major contract award for Aerofoil Energy.