Instrumentation

  • Process and lab design from conception as per client requirements
  • Construction and implementation as per designs
  • Instrument cable tray installations (O-line, Angle iron, perforated, wire mesh, etc.)
  • Instrument cable installations (Decarbon, Type J, ect.)
  • All size conduit installations (PVC, Steel, Bosal)
  • All size cable terminations (Pratley, CCG)
  • All size cable joints (3M)
  • Panel wiring (Sarel, Klockner Moeller, Rittal, Stahl)
  • All sizes stainless steel instrument piping installations ½ – ¼ – 1/8 – 1” tubing

Electrical

  • Electrical cable tray installations (O-line, Angle iron, perforated, wire mesh, etc.)
  • Electrical cable installations (SWA PVC, Surfix, Cabtyre, PILC, XLPE, etc.)
  • All size conduit installations (PVC, Steel, Bosal)
  • All size cable terminations (Pratley, CCG, Joint master, Reytech)
  • All size cable joints (3M, Joint master, Raytech)
  • Panel building (Sarel, Klockner Moeller, Rittal, Stahl)
  • Motor Control Center installations
  • Lighting Systems (Office, Plant, Warehouse)
  • Stop – Starts
  • Excavations
  • Earthing Installations
  • House wiring
  • Cable strapping
  • Non hazardous & hazardous COC
  • Distribution Boards
  • System design
  • Plant & general Light Maintenance

Telecommunications

  • Emergency Loud speakers and sirens
  • Telephone sirens, buzzers
  • Fire and gas junction boxes
  • Antenna’s
  • Gooseneck
  • Infrared Safety Beams
  • Card Readers
  • Maglock
  • Gate motors
  • CCTV Camera’s
  • Telephone cables, telephones and PABX systems
  • Access control (Boom gates , card readers
  • Magnetic locks
  • Centurion boom gates
  • Optimise CCTV
  • PA – systems
  • Install Intercom systems

Powder Coating
Powder coating is applied as a free-flowing, dry powder. Mainly used for coating of metals.

It’s a great alternative to liquid paint and a powder coating does not require a solvent to keep the binder and filler parts in a liquid suspension form.

Coating is applied electrostatically and is then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a “skin”.

The powder may be a thermoplastic or a thermoset polymer. It is usually used to create a hard finish that is tougher than conventional paint.