Automation of Centralized Control and Energy-Saving Ventilation

Installed Natural Ventilation System at Nursing Home

We installed a natural ventilation system at Hospitalment Musashino where outdoor air that flows in from each room's windows passes through the hallway to the top of an atrium positioned at the center of the building and then gradually is ventilated out from the vent window in the ceiling.

Atrium (Hospitalment Musashino)

The Optimal Matching of a Central Thermal Source System and Use of Outside Air

Some of our buildings have adopted a ventilation system with a central thermal source. In this system, cold and hot water generated at the central thermal source is conveyed to air conditioners on each floor for heat exchange with air to supply cold and hot air to each area.
Monitoring indoor and outdoor temperatures with a central supervisory board to optimally adjust the amount of outdoor air taken in, the administrative office of Hulic Kobunacho Building efficiently operates air conditioners in an effort to conserve energy.

Use of Systems that Make it Easier for Tenants to Conserve Energy

The Hulic Group has begun rolling out a visualization system that freely controls air conditioning use in order to provide a better understanding of a building's use of energy. This system enables tenants to set the optimal working environment temperature for their business and makes it easier to implement energy conservation measures.

Visualization system (Hulic Asakusabashi Building)
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