Thermal power plants
Boilers, Co-generation Units, Refrigerator Units, Heat pumps and accessory parts, including pumps for the distribution of heat-carrying fluids.
Electricity processing centers
A “Medium Voltage” to “Low Voltage” (MV / LV) transformer substation.
Self-production power plants
To produce electricity thanks to the combustion of fossil fuel such as gasoline, naphtha or gas and to guarantee that there is no interruption in the electricity supply.
The electricity produced by “photovoltaic solar panels” is conveyed to a converter (inverter) which transforms it into alternating current.
Solar thermal systems
To transform solar energy into thermal energy stored in the form of fluid in special tanks. This fluid is distributed through pumps and ancillary parts to users (radiators, hydraulic terminals, etc.) for space heating and for the supply of domestic hot water.
Air conditioning systems (water or gas)
To ensure the control of temperature, relative humidity, air purity, air speed.
Fluid distribution systems
Inclusive of all interception and regulation units and devices (such as valves, shutters, etc.), expansion systems, safety, protection and control devices, energy metering systems.
Sanitary water systems
For the supply and distribution of hot and cold water, the related drainage and the treatment of waste water.
From concept to realization according to the principles of lighting technology, using methods and techniques to enable efficient artificial lighting of interiors and exteriors. The technological evolution of LED sources makes it possible to obtain high efficiency lighting units with an increased useful life, ensuring excellent energy savings.
Motive power plants
It forms the terminal part of the building’s electrical system, interposed between the final users and the main distribution of the power supply system (electrical ducts, cables, busbars etc.).
Extraction areas with overpressure filters
To prevent, in the event of a fire, that smoke should invade the areas envisaged by the escape plan by placing them in overpressure.
Data transmission system (voice, sounds, texts, images)
For connection to computers, telephones, IPTVs, IoT systems.
Automation systems, home automation and Building Management Systems
They allow the automatic and centralized control of many functions of the building, such as air conditioning, management of light points, automation of windows, etc.
Video surveillance, access control systems
Protection from atmospheric discharges
Also called LPS (Lightning Protection System), it is intended for protection against lightning strikes due to atmospheric discharges and consists of collection, descent or lowering, and dispersion devices.
A system consisting of earth rods or metal parts in contact with the ground with efficacy equal to that of the earth rods (for example foundations, reinforcements, cable metal shields), of earth and equipotential conductors. It is a means for dispersing electrical currents into the ground and, together with automatic circuit breakers (thermo-magnetic circuit breakers and differential switches), for protecting people from the danger of electrocution.
Consisting of a pumping group and possibly a water reserve, shut-off devices, distribution network and terminals such as hydrants and sprinklers used or activated, through sophisticated control systems, in the event of a fire in order to protect people and goods.
LEED certified installations
In an approach oriented towards environmental sustainability, the buildings are designed and built with the utmost attention to energy and water saving, the reduction of CO2 emissions, the improvement of the ecological quality of the interiors, the materials and resources used, and the choice of the site. Developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), the system is based on the attribution of ‘credits’ for each requirement; the sum of these determines the certification level: Base, Gold, Platinum.
WELL certified installations
Management of the design – with in-house Well AP professionals – and of the executive phase of buildings oriented towards the mental and physical well-being and comfort of people, according to the international protocols dictated by the “International Well Building” (IWBI). “Well” certified buildings (according to levels ranging from Silver to Platinum) leave room for the healthiness of the environment, air, light, water, sound and in general for the “biophilia” of the structure: that is, the building’s ability to reproduce the natural environment.