Chilled Water System

Commonly used in applications that need large cooling capacity such as hypermarket, industrial process and commercial air conditioning such as offices and factories. As its name suggest, this system makes use of water as its secondary refrigerant. Chiller is used to remove heat from the water which is then circulated through other components to absorb heat from the space.

Cooling Tower System

A heat removal device that uses water to transfer process waste heat into the atmosphere. All cooling towers operate on the principle of removing heat from water and evaporating a small portion of water that is recirculated through the unit. They are a key component of many refrigerant systems and can be found in large commercial buildings and factories.

Centralised Air Conditioning System

The most efficient cooling system for homes and businesses today. Through one system, it works by having a central unit that cools the air and then distributes the cooled air via a series of ducts into multiple rooms or zones. This system is ideal for keeping large areas at a uniform temperature.

Fire Fighting System

Probably the most important of the building services, as its aim is to protect human life and property, strictly in this order. It consists of three basic parts: a large store of water in tanks, a specialized pumping system and a large network of pipes ending in either hydrants or sprinklers.

Smoke Spill System

In the event of fire, smoke spill system offers the ultimate in smoke control as it removes smoke from the building, aiding the people’s means of escape and providing suitable access for fire fighting services. Whether the building application is residential, commercial, healthcare or educational, a smoke ventilation system should be included as part of the overall fire strategy for the building.

Pressurisation System

A pressurisation system contains three main components: Supply Air (where air is injected into the area that is to be protected), Pressure Relief (to avoid overpressure when doors are closed) and Air Release (air and smoke is released from the fire area). These three elements create a positive pressure difference that prevents lobbies and staircases from filling up with smoke.

Industrial Ventilation System

Sole purpose is to supply fresh air and expels bad air. An industrial ventilation system consists of two central parts: a fresh air supply system and an exhaust system. The supply system includes an air inlet, air filtering equipment and cooling equipment such as fans or ductwork. The exhaust system comprises an air intake area, ducts and exhaust fans to discharge air.

Kitchen Exhaust System

Installed in conjunction with an exhaust fan that hangs above the stove or cooktop in the kitchen. It serves the purpose to extract airborne grease, combustion products, fumes, smokes, heat and steam by evacuation and filtration of the air.

Electrical Installation

An electrical system is a network of conductors and equipment designed to carry, distribute and convert electrical power safely from the point of delivery or generation to the various loads around the building.

Industrial Air Compressor System

An air compressor system converts power (using an electric motor, diesel/gasoline engine, etc) into potential energy stored in pressurized air. By one of several methods, an air compressor forces more and more air into a storage tank until the tank pressure reaches its engineered upper limit. The energy contained in the compressed air can be used for a variety of applications, utilizing the kinetic energy of the air as it is released.

Building Management System

Also known as Building Automation System, refers to a computer-based control system that is installed within the building to monitor and regulate the building’s electrical and mechanical equipment. The major aim of the BMS is to guarantee safety of facility operation, while also monitoring and optimizing the efficiency of its supervised subsystem.


Generally considered to include a complete interconnection of pipes, comprises in-line components such as pipe fittings and flanges. Piping system are the arteries of the industrial processes and the contribution of piping systems are essential in an industrialized society.