Using a professional, experienced company to handle your air compressor and pipework design and installation will save you stress in the short term and money in the long term.
Speedy, safe and stress free, our installations are carried out to the highest standards. Using a cheap installation service can often turn out to be a false economy and even a safety risk.
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All of our staff are directly employed by us and fully trained on the products they install.
Our dedicated Installations Manager and his team will manage your job from initial survey to final handover, so that your installation runs smoothly and efficiently, with minimum downtime or disruption to your working schedule.
You will be able to consult and communicate with us at every stage of the process to ensure that the finished installation fully meets your requirements.
Our pipework engineers are experienced in designing and installing Atlas Copco AirNet and Parker Legris Transair pipework 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.
For the design, installation and maintenance of ducting and extraction systems, contact our in-house ducting department. Our sheet metal ducting is fabricated at our premises by industry specialists.
We can create bespoke compressor discharge ducting, which can be used as part of a heat recovery system, venting hot air outside in the warm weather and directing it inside to heat your premises in the colder months.
Our inlet ducting can reduce the need for filters, with good quality fresh air vented into your compressor from outside. We also offer ducting for spray-painting booths and Clip Together ducting systems manufactured from galvanised steel with plasma-welded seams for reduced leakage.
During your installation, PPS will follow industry health and safety guidelines. All of our installations meet or exceed the latest BCAS best practice, health and safety guidelines and industrial standards, including legislation on pressure systems and the Environmental Protection Act (1990).
Respiratory air from a compressed air system must comply with COSSH regulation. Failure to comply can lead to a severe fine or prosecution under the requirements of BS4275:1997 – air supplied respiratory protective equipment. Our quality air testing service is specifically designed to check breathing air systems, analysing systems for water content, oil content, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and percentage oxygen levels.Click here to contact us »