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Three Unique Technologies

PanaHome makes proposals for long-lasting, comfortable houses that can be passed down to successive generations while minimizing their impact on the environment. We will deliver highly reliable products and services by using the three unique technologies that we have developed to take one more step forward to ensure eco-friendliness as well as by utilizing our high-standard development and production systems.

Outstanding earthquake-resistant structures

PanaHome homes feature a proprietary earthquake-resistant steel-framed structure.
As a result, they are able to withstand sizeable earthquakes and recurring tremors.
The durability of PanaHome' s houses has been verified through rigorous vibration testing, repeated 140 times, in which houses are subjected to seismic intensity approximately 4.3 times the intensity of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake of 1995 and 1.8 times the recent Great East Japan Earthquake. (Testing was conducted on CASART homes in June 2011.) Our steelframed structure also accommodates future remodeling and ensures long-term security and comfort.

A commitment to clean air

Based on PURETECH technology for controlling airflow throughout the house, PanaHome makes clever use of the power of nature with entire-house insulation and ECO NAVI ventilation systems. By using as little energy as possible, our homes are cool in summer and warm in winter. These homes also feature ECO NAVI ventilations systems with HEPA+, equipped with the industry's first* HEPA filter. It offers healthy living environments based on the elimination of airborne particles of 2.5 and even 0.5 micrometers in diameter.
* In the industrialized housing market (according to a Sept. 2014 PanaHome survey)

Photocatalytic tiles keep exterior walls clean

KIRATECH tile exterior walls employ advanced photocatalytic technology, which allows them to self-clean when exposed to sun or rain, meaning they remain clean long term. Because they alleviate the burden of maintenance, these walls contribute to significant savings in terms of both costs and resources. They also break down hazardous atmospheric pollutants, including nitrogen oxide (NOx), thereby purifying the surrounding air.

PanaHome houses can achieve the highest grade in the environmental efficiency assessment conducted by the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism assesses the environmental efficiency of newly built houses using the Comprehensive Assessment System for Building Environmental Efficiency (CASBEE).
PanaHome houses received an A ranking in this publicly recognized environmental efficiency assessment.
Subject to applying special considerations for exterior structures and landscaping, and introducing energy-saving household appliances and equipment, our houses will achieve the highest S ranking.
We will provide even more comfortable and environmentally friendly houses.

Comprehensive Assessment System for
Building Environmental Efficiency

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