The designer and manufacturer is a specialist in hangar doors. These are the doors that front the large storage and garaging facilities that house aircraft of all sizes. The question posed on the hangar door installation tends to make sense. Here is why. The technician in question has had years of experience designing, developing, manufacturing and selling doors. For the entire duration of this business, focus appears to have been placed on easy to operate, manually and without any form of artificial power (electricity, battery, etc.) consumption.
The business foundations were laid long before sustainable development became the buzzword as it is now in the twenty-first century. The question asked is inspired also by commonsense and an appreciation of the importance of this concept sustainable development. The hangar door developer mentions in one of his briefs that he is out to provide economic solutions for his clients. And that means reducing costs to the business.
And logically speaking, when no power source is required, a huge chunk is being taken out of the client’s energy bills. For the aircraft fleet operator, this will be significant, given that his operating costs are already sky high if you will. You can appreciate that this is a client who will be spending tremendous amounts of money on aircraft fuel, far more than you might on your diesel fuel. And the maintenance and repair of aircraft is no walk in the park either.
When you visit industrial zones these days, you will see that a number of the building constructions, whether they be warehouse developments, cold storage facilities or actual factories, are more or less shaped like a hangar. So, what is to prevent this hangar door specialist from turning his attention to your industrial development.