Construction Industry


Supply, fixing, installation, testing and commissioning of plumbing fixtures

Elongated Water Closet, FlushValve


Handwashing Lavatory


Drinking Fountain / Water Cooler

Mop Service Basin

Counter Sink, Single Compartment

Counter Sink, Double Compartment

Clinic Sink, Flushing Rim

Utility Sink

Sink, Triple Compartment

Plaster Sink, Plaster Trap

Cup Sink

Floor Drain

Floor Drain, Flushing Rim

Emergency Shower

Emergency Eyewash

Bathtub / Shower

Sitz Bath

Bedpan Washer

Waste Grinder

Ice Maker

Arm / Leg Bath

Immersion Bath

Glass Washer

Infant Bathtub

Laboratory sinks

Conventional Drainage System

Supply, fixing, installation, testing and commissioning of conventional drainage system

  • Drain lines
  • Traps
  • Vent Lines
  • Waste pipes
  • Grey Water Pipes
  • Black water pipes
  • Check Valves
  • Standpipes
  • Overflows
  • Soil Stacks
  • Backwater valves
  • Sewers
  • Fresh Air inlets
  • Interceptors
  • Roof and Floor drains

Drainage Systems for Laboratories

Supply, fixing, installation, testing and commissioning  of drainage systems for laboratories
  • Acid Waste Drainage System
  • Discharge to sewers
  • Acid Waste Neutralization
  • Acidic Waste Interceptors
  • Traps for Laboratory sinks
  • Laboratory Waste and Vent Piping
Borosilicate glass pipe
Sizes range from 1½ to 6-in. (40 to 150-mm) pipe. Mechanical joint, flame resistance, and clear pipe allow for easy visual inspection and high corrosion resistance.
High-silicon cast iron
Sizes range from 1½ to 4-in. (40 to 100-mm) pipe. Mechanical joint, flame resistance, high corrosion resistance, fire stop at floor penetration equal to cast iron.
Sizes range from 1½ to 6-in. (40 to 150-mm) pipe. Mechanical or heat-fusion joints.
Double-containment waste piping
With ever-increasing pressure to protect our environment, double-containment (pipe within a pipe) systems have become a consideration. Usually made of polypropylene inside and PVC or fibre-glass outside. Systems should be pitched toward.

Water Supply Systems

Supply, fixing, installation, testing and commissioning of water supply systems

1. Potable-water systems

A. Coldwater.
B. Hot water (at various temperatures).
C. Chilled water.
D. Controlled-temperature (tempered) water
E. Hot water recirculation

2. Non-potable water systems.
3. Pure-water systems

A. Distilled water.
B. Deionized (or demineralized) water
C. Reverse osmosis.


Supply, fixing, installation and commissioning of Gas and Vacuum Systems

  • CO2
  • Oxygen
  • Nitrous oxide
  • Nitrogen
  • Medical compressed air
  • Vacuum
  • Waste anesthetic-gas disposal

Electrical Branching and Wiring for essential electrical systems

Branching & Wiring for essential electrical systems from minimum 2 sources

A. Life Safety branches and wirings:
  1. Illumination of means of egress.
  2. Exit signs and exit direction signs.
  3. Alarms and alerting systems.
  4. Emergency communications systems.
  5. Task illumination, battery chargers for battery-powered lighting, and select receptacles at the generator.
  6. Elevator lighting control, communication and signal systems.
  7. Automatic doors are used for egress.
B. Critical branches and wirings
  1. Critical care areas.
  2. Isolated power systems in special environments.
  3. Task illumination and selected receptacles in the following patient care areas: infant nurseries, medication prep areas, pharmacy, selected acute nursing areas, psychiatric bed areas, ward treatment rooms, and nurses’ stations.
  4. Specialized patient care task illumination, where needed.
  5. Nurse call systems.
  6. Blood, bone and tissue banks.
  7. Telephone equipment rooms and closets.
  8. Task illumination selected receptacles and selected power circuits for the following: general care beds, angiographic labs, cardiac catheterization labs, coronary care units, hemodialysis rooms, selected emergency room treatment areas, human physiology labs, intensive care units, and selected postoperative recovery rooms.
C. Equipment branching
  1. Delayed automatic transfer to the emergency power supply:
    • Central suction systems for medical and surgical functions
    • Sump pumps and other equipment are required for the safe operation of a major apparatus.
    • Compressed air systems for medical and surgical functions.
    • Smoke control and stair pressurization systems.
    • Kitchen hood supply and exhaust systems, if required to operate during a fire
  2. Delayed automatic or manual transfer to the emergency power supply:
    • Select heating equipment
    • Select elevators
    • Supply, return and exhaust ventilating systems for surgical, obstetrical, intensive care, coronary care, nurseries and emergency treatment areas
    • Supply, return and exhaust ventilating systems for airborne infectious/isolation rooms, labs and medical areas where hazardous materials are used
    • Hyperbaric facilities
    • Hypobaric facilities
    • Autoclaving equipment
    • Controls for the equipment listed above
    • Other selected equipment in kitchens, laundries, radiology rooms and central refrigeration as selected

Ground Fault & Protecting Relaying + Wet procedure locations

Ground Fault & Protective Relaying (always considering additional level)

  1. Services
  2. Branch Circuits.
  3. Feeders.
  4. Additional level.
  5. Alternate source

Wet Procedure Locations

  1. GFCI Outlets
  2. Isolated Power systems
  3. Electronic line isolation monitors