Business Introduction Confidence in What We Specialize in

  • Business Model
  • Differences Between Us and Others
  • Technology that Improves Energy Efficiency
  • Timeline to Start of Contract

Business Model

We go the extra mile for our clients.

We pursue our work with a single-minded focus on the client's point of view.
Unswayed by customary practice or service providers' circumstances,
we think and act from the client's perspective at all times. Going that extra mile is what sets us apart.
Our client-focused business model makes us a business partner without equal.

We support your company's energy management in ways never before seen.

The support services at FINALGATE are different from the common practice.

Our services are suited to companies already committed
to energy saving and companies aiming to strengthen their energy saving activities.

We do not charge extra fees even if you apply our services to existing services.
Our services can be combined with all other energy saving services.

  • | 01 | Areas of Improvement OTHERS_Only covers areas within their own scope (partial optimization) FINALGATE_Overall optimization
  • | 02 | Upfront Costs OTHERS_Upfront costs are often necessary FINALGATE_Not necessary
  • | 03 | Method of Improvement OTHERS_Improvements to equipment purchased FINALGATE_Improvements to the operation of existing equipment
  • | 04 | Lease Contracts OTHERS_Lease contracts, etc. may be necessary FINALGATE_Not necessary
  • | 05 | Operational Support OTHERS_Only gives advice FINALGATE_Works on-site
  • | 06 | Compliance with Laws and Regulations OTHERS_Only assists with document creation FINALGATE_Promotes on-site implementation
  • | 07 | Inspection of Proposals from Manufacturers OTHERS_Not performed FINALGATE_Inspects proposals from your company's perspective
  • | 08 | Design and Engineering OTHERS_Within their own scope FINALGATE_Supports as a part of your company's function
  • | 09 | Required Equipment OTHERS_Sells FINALGATE_We cover equipment costs
  • | 10 | Aim of Support OTHERS_Cost reductions FINALGATE_Energy management
  • | 11 | Equipment Covered OTHERS_Their own equipment FINALGATE_All related equipment
  • | 12 | Energy Types Covered OTHERS_Energy types within their own scope FINALGATE_All energy types
  • | 13 | Operational Support Costs OTHERS_Operation and consulting costs FINALGATE_No costs
  • | 14 | Existing Partners OTHERS_Requires existing partner changes FINALGATE_Requires absolutely no change
  • | 15 | Areas of Support OTHERS_Within their own scope FINALGATE_Everything related to energy management

Technology to Improve Energy Efficiency(Energy Saving Tuning Technology)

We make essential improvements to operations by adjusting various settings of equipment and installing control devices, updating current
equipment to energy saving equipment, and repairing equipment for more efficient operation. We cover all the costs affiliated with this work.

  • We use heads
  • We use muscles
  • We use equipment

We use heads Meticulously calculated tuning【Example】Optimizing intake of outside air by adjusting the aperture of dampers

We adjust damper aperture to strike a judicious balance between the enthalpy of outside air and air inside the building, reducing the heat volume used to supply hot and cold water to the entire building. This system requires careful consideration of a range of factors, including carbon dioxide density inside the building and the balance of positive and negative pressure. Tuning of the aperture of dampers has to be carefully calculated and executed for each type of damper: Outdoor Air, Supply Air, Return Air and Exhaust Air.

  • Heat Loss of Air Conditioning Equipment (22-30 degrees Celsius) Energy Saving Rate 21.2% (When the Temperature is 26℃ Indoors and 32℃ Outdoors)

[Facilities where this solution has been implemented] Commercial facilities, Office buildings, Factories

We use muscles Tuning by cleaning【Example】Improving air-intake efficiency by cleaning the outdoor units of air conditioning equipment

The air intakes and heat exchangers of HVAC outside units pull in outside air, so they become coated with dust, dirt and scale. We perform high-pressure washing using dedicated chemicals, improving air-intake efficiency and the heat-transfer efficiency of coolant. These measures improve the overall heat-exchange efficiency of the outside units, reducing energy consumption from HVAC.

  • Energy Consumption of Air Conditioning Equipment (7.5kW x 10 Units) Energy Saving Rate 13.4%

[Facilities where this solution has been implemented] Supermarkets, Commercial facilities, Office buildings, Factories, Warehouses

We use equipment Tuning using equipment developed exclusively by FINALGATE【Example】Optimizing the operation of anti-condensation heaters using control equipment for freezer/refrigerator equipment

Many refrigerator and freezer showcases contain heaters that are constantly operating. The difference in temperatures inside the store and of the showcases which produce cold air, as well as the humidity of inside the store, can cause condensation. The purpose of these heaters is to prevent that condensation.
However, there are times of the year and of the day when such adjustments aren't necessary. We install equipment developed exclusively by FINALGATE to run the heaters only when necessary. Controlling heating by the electric heaters reduces energy consumption.

  • Energy Consumption of Anti-Condensation Heaters in Freezer Showcases (3.6-meter Showcase) Energy Saving Rate 12.0%

[Facilities where this solution has been implemented] Supermarkets, Commercial facilities, warehouses

There are approximately 220 types of energy saving tuning. We also optimize the operation of a wide range of other equipment as shown below.

  • Lighting
  • Outdoor lighting
  • EHP
  • GHP
  • Absorption-type water chillers/heaters
  • AHU
  • Ice storage
  • Cooling towers
  • Desiccant air conditioners
  • Chillers
  • Refrigerator and freezer showcases
  • Freezers and refrigerators
  • Freezing storage
  • Boilers
  • Air compressors
  • Power receiving/transforming equipment
  • Kitchen equipment
  • Ventilation fans
  • Vending machines
  • Motors and others

Timeline to Start of Contract

Consult with us on all your energy-management concerns.

  • 1 Initial Inquiry (Asking Questions) Tell us what your concerns are.
  • 2 Explanation and Discussion (Examination of Needs) We hold a simple interview with you based on the nature of your concerns. (Depending on various conditions, in some cases we may be unable to assist you.)
  • 3 Examine Your Energy Use (Simple Audit) We ask you to explain to us how you use energy. (using past energy bills, etc.)
  • 4 Examine Equipment and Other Specifications (On-site Audit) We confirm where the equipment is positioned, how it is used and its operating conditions, among other factors.
  • 5 Examine Actual Energy Management (Audit Report) We provide you with a report on how your company uses energy and the issues associated with that use.
  • 6 Start of Support (Contract) We begin professional support according to the unique conditions of your company.

If you have any questions, or if anything is still unclear, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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