Installation & Commissioning  



We employ an experienced team of dedicated engineers enabling us to provide turn-key solutions when required - our clients have full control of their project from start to finish. 

Our services include 

  • All types of mechanical installation 
  • Electrical installation by our own qualified (17th Edition) electrical engineer
  • Welding & fabrication including on-site work
  • Building & joiners work including roofing
  • Making good & finishing to a professional standard 
  • In-house sheet steel fabrications i.e. canopies, bespoke components etc
  • In-house structural steel work i.e. support structures, gantries etc 
  • In-house spray painting 
  • Commissioning
  • COSHH test & certification
  • Training

Please refer to our 'GALLERY' page for examples of recently completed projects

Our engineers are fully skilled & insured time served professionals who are fully conversant with safe working procedures.  We pride ourselves on the standard of our installations and offer full guarantees against defective workmanship.  We carry out risk assessment before undertaking any site work and provide a customer copy together with  method statement as per Health & Safety requirements


Following installation our engineer will commission the system prior to COSHH test & certification. Commissioning is the formal procedure used to bring an LEV system into use after it has been installed.  It is most important that the system is proved to be capable of meeting its design specification, otherwise it will not be known whether the required degree of control has been achieved.  As air and the majority of contaminants are normally invisible to the unaided eye, any failure to achieve control may not be appreciated immediately, and excessive exposures may occur. 

When the design specification has been achieved it is essential that appropriate details of airflows, velocities and pressures are recorded to provide performance data for comparison with future test results. 

Maintenance procedures are drawn up to include information regarding:

  • how frequently maintenance should be carried out - this will vary for the different components of the system.

  • what maintenance tasks are necessary and how defects are to be detected and remedied

  • who is responsible for the maintenance

These procedures cover the full range of maintenance activities from simple visual checks to detect obvious defects, to major overhauls for preventative and remedial purposes.