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HVAC Solutions

Heating Systems

Heating Radiators

Heating radiators systems are one of the most famous ways of heating nowadays, it’s a go-to option for many new facilities

Under-floor Heating

The underfloor heating system is considered one of the most efficient, eco-friendly ways of heating.

Swimming Pool Heating

Swimming Pool Heating System is important in winter, to extend swimming season time while enjoying the warm water.

Ventilation Systems

Exhaust Ventilation

Local exhaust ventilation system (LEV) is a mechanical system designed to decrease pollutants like dust, gases, smoke and other similar airborne particles to build up, which can cause allergies when breathed in.

Supply (Fresh Air) Ventilation

Supply Ventilation system is a mechanical system to ventilate and purify the air in the room.

Balanced Ventilation

Balanced ventilation system differs from other mechanical systems in the market as it doesn’t cause pressure in the room to go up or down. It balances it using two fans for air supply and exhaust to control airflow pressure.

Energy Recovery

Energy recovery ventilation systems (ERV) is a mechanical ventilation system that helps in decreasing energy loss thus reduce operation cost.

Air Conditioning

Direct Expansion (DX)

Direct expansion Air Conditioning System is a common air conditioning system that uses condensed refrigerant liquid (freon) directly to cool indoor air.

Concealed Ducted Split

The concealed ducted split system is an invisible HVAC option, where the indoor air handler is hidden in the ceiling or the attic with visible small vents in the assigned area.

Split-System Air Conditioners

Chilled Water

The chilled water system is an HVAC system that uses hot or cold water to adjust air temperature, instead of the regular refrigerant – freon. Which eliminates the need for a condensing unit which contains the condenser, compressor and expansion valve.

Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) Systems

A variable refrigerant flow system utilizes a configuration in which multiple indoor units (evaporators) are used with a single outdoor unit (condenser) to enable multiple zone air conditioning while keeping the cost at a minimum.

Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRV)

VRV systems are technologically more sophisticated in its smart control of the refrigerant specific volumetric expansion and the resulting cooling effect. This is done to precisely tailor the building or zone’s requirements of cooling or heating to its specific needs to minimize the operational cost (electricity, maintenance, etc.) of the HVAC system. In fact, VRV is the most energy-efficient cooling solution available if executed and installed perfectly.

Firefighting Systems

Fire Suppression Systems

Fire hazards and their potential damage are massive especially if it is on an industrial scale. Fire suppression systems come in handy to minimize risk and reduce damages if a fire does indeed occur. The system is installed based on prior knowledge and assessment of the type of risk at a specific workplace. A fire at the local office will differ from a fire at a chemical plant.

Fire Extinguishing Systems

There are several types of fire extinguishing available to choose from, specializing in specific types of fires and exclusive to each. No two fires are put out the same way. Therefore, a careful assessment of the fire is needed to determine the course of action.

Plumbing

Irrigation System

Irrigation is a system of supplying land or field with water by means of artificial canals, ditches, piping system or other routing methods to promote the growth of food crops or plants in agricultural settings.

Wet Engineering Work

Wet Work or Wet engineering is the field that specializes in all fluid or water-related projects in relation to water supply, for example, irrigation technology, water-based fire prevention systems, resource management utilities, water treatment and cleansing, disaster flood control, hydropower etc.

Infrastructure Installations

Infrastructure Installations

Infrastructure is the backbone of any system. The infrastructure consists of physical structures like roads, tunnels, bridges and rail tracks. Other examples are sewage lines and facilities, airports, emergency stations, health services, hospitals, clinics etc. It also includes the consulting, assessment, strategic planning, and conceptual design services set to be put in action for the necessary task or need.

Electrical Solutions

Low‐Voltage Solutions

Power Distribution

Low Voltage or Medium Voltage networks are essential for all homes and their appliances. They are the primary carrier of electrical energy or electricity that supply power to homes and their respected distribution network (power distribution). A distribution network is a series of power lines that run to and from houses and various other locations on a network. The lines are connected to the main hub also known as HV/LV station which is a step-down transformer that reduces the high voltage from the mainline to a usable standard of a 3-phase 4-wire distribution voltage level of 230 and 400 Volts.

Lighting systems

Lighting is essential in our everyday life. It is arguably the most critical part of many businesses including office spaces, homes, studios, outdoor events among many others. Lighting systems come in different functionality, uses automation, control and illumination settings. To differentiate between various setups, it is generally advisable to first identify whether the system is going to be used professionally or just recreationally, and simply an aesthetic feature or practical one.

BusBar Trunking System

A BusBar trunking system is basically a metallic conductor, usually, as the name implies a bar or strip. This is typically used to conduct a high current, low voltage power supply.

Building Management System

Building Management system software is a structured control of a multi-system setup designed to optimize a building’s various electrical and mechanical systems. The system relies on a centralized hub or computer to monitor various parameters such as the HVAC, Electrical Systems, Security and Fire Systems.

Low Current Systems

Emergency Power

Emergency Power Systems are a backup form of electrical supply that is typically critical to maintain and ensure the primary electrical power needed by an infrastructure during an emergency is delivered. Such a system is usually on standby and is operated and activated automatically when a power cut or a blackout occurs.

Building Surveillance and Control

Surveillance systems are the monitoring of individuals or valuables to establish either personal details or information about a subject or simply secure a physical item from harm. Surveillance could also include a gathering of information to create a database and sort out important data sets that are relevant to the surveillant.

Building Amenities and Features

Workspaces and offices generally require certain physical and software enhancers to improve the quality of life for employees and building attendants. Modern buildings usually have integrated subsystems to monitor and control many of these features. Many additional amenities could be added to allow for an easier work experience and improved output.

Commination

Active Solutions

Server Solutions

Server Solutions are defined as a group or multiple computers connected to serve a particular function. Servers function based on their required use and provide a specific service related to that use. Server Solutions could also be a piece of software, which connects multiple pieces of hardware in an infrastructure.

Active Communication Solutions

Routing and Switching, Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and Private Branch Exchange

Passive Solutions

Passive Communication Solutions

Communication solutions always require a solid mean of physical infrastructure set up to function correctly and as intended. Modern solutions and technology today allow for a high speed, efficient and very easy way of data transfer across devices. This is primarily done with communication cables that run hidden around a building, to and from devices.
Passive solutions mean an “install and forget” system or physical components that require minimal to no maintenance or receive very little active interaction. Such solutions incorporate and mainly uses high-speed transfer cables such as UTP/FTP and Optical Fiber.