Resolving global environmental issues
To resolve global environmental issues, it is important to reduce environmental burden throughout a building’s lifecycle.
When we design building facilities, we consider not just energy efficiency but global-warming and ozone-destroying potential that affect the environment, as well as the ease of maintenance, maintenance and management costs, disposal costs and other risks.
Save energy to contributing to society
Building facilities need to be continuously improved with satisfactory energy management. We can optimize and operate facilities efficiently, by applying the ESCO Business and appropriately carrying out energy diagnostic, failure detection and preventive maintenance measures. These efforts will impact society’s energy-saving initiatives significantly.
Improving values of facilities as assets
By applying integrated energy-saving measures, we will increase values of buildings as assets, maintaining required performances thoroughly long-term and offering comfort that matches the change of society such as a shift to information-oriented and aging society. Initial investments and operational costs can be cut down by applying ESCO Business and public subsidy systems.
Continuous improvements to optimize energy consumption
We reflect your intent in the planning, designing, construction, maintenance and renewal of your building facilities.
Our work process is drawing attention now, in which we set clear targets for each stage, resolve disparities between the reality and the targets, evaluate the results and use the results for further improvements.
At Shin Nippon Air Technologies, we respond to your needs with various measures based on years of experience, such as reviewing the energy consumption in living and production space, retrieving heat from systems, and introducing unused energy.
With these measures we minimize environmental overload, support facilities’ lifecycle both in software and hardware from designing, constructing, maintaining to renewing, to improve the overall value of the building facilities.