Using a professional, experienced company to manage your air compressor and pipework design and installation will save you stress in the short term and money in the long term.
Our dedicated Installations Manager and his team will manage your job from initial survey to final handover, so that every installation runs smoothly and efficiently, with minimum disruption to your working schedule.
Using fully trained, directly employed staff, we can undertake your compressed air, vacuum and cooling process water pipework installations, taking full responsibility of the project at every stage.
What you can expect from a PPS installation:
- Clear communication – from initial quote to final quality check, to keep you in the loop and ensure that everyone involved understands what is required
- Problem solving – we’ll handle any issues that arise and work to resolve them as quickly as possible, including removing old equipment and arranging specialist transport and access equipment
- Good organisation – co-ordinating the installation team and subcontractors, holding site meetings where necessary
- High standards – completion of your job to a high standard, on time and in accordance with health & safety guidelines.
- Minimum disruption – out-of-hours working and/or putting a mobile compressor on site to minimise disruption to your production schedule
Pipework design and installation
PPS pipework engineers are experienced in designing and installing Atlas Copco AirNet and Parker Legris Transair or the traditional galvanised compressed air systems, from large new distribution mains to minor modifications.
Following a site visit, we will be able to recommend the ideal piping material to suit the requirements of your business.
Health & Safety
During your installation, PPS will follow industry health & safety guidelines. All of our installations meet or exceed the latest BCAS best practice, health & safety guidelines and industrial standards.
When supplying operators with respiratory air using the compressed air system, it has to comply with COSSH regulation – failure to comply can lead to a severe fine or prosecution.
Our quality air testing service is specifically designed to check breathing air systems. This falls under the requirements of BS4275:1997 – air supplied respiratory protective equipment. The quality air testing equipment we use analyses a system for water content, oil content, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and percentage oxygen levels.
Please contact us if you have any queries regarding pipework installations for compressed air systems.