SAFETY EQUIPMENT

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  • Gas Detection System
  • Solenoid Valves
  • Earthquake Valves
  • Ball Valves

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FIRE PROTECTION

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  • Sprinklers and Nozzles
  • Sprinkler Accessories
  • Industrial Fire Equipment

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PIPE AND PIPE FITTINGS

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  • Georg Fischer Piping Solutions
  • Multilayer Pipes and Pipe Fittings

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LPG EQUIPMENT

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  • LPG Tanks, Fittings and Appurtenances
  • LPG Regulator
  • Gas Meters

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Why Choose Us

Committed to Excellence

We are committed to support our customers drive to excel and attain their goals by providing quality products and services that ensure safety, reliability and best value for money. To conduct our business on a long-term and sustainable basis based on mutual respect and trust that are beneficial to both parties.

Experienced Professionals

Our key people have over 40+ years of experience in local and global oil and gas industry. Each one brings a different skill set and expertise that complements and strengthens the management team and keeps the organization vibrant and dynamic.

Provides Quality

Our principals are world class manufacturers who are in the forefront of their industries. By banking on their global expertise, we are able to deliver solutions that would benefit our customers. Our products comply with all the mandatory standards and come with the requisite certifications from reputable certifying entities.

What’s New?

Enolgas Multilayer Pipe Installation

In the EASY•GAS and EASY•WATER System jointing is obtained by axially polling the steel fastening bushing on the multilayer pipe. Before pulling the bushing, the pipe is cold-expanded by means of a special tool. After the coupling is positioned, the pipe will return to its original shape thanks to the “memory” effect. Advantages of this system are multiple because the memory effect of the PEX-C inner layer makes it possible to take advantage of its characteristics in a remarkable way and ensure an hydraulic seal (in addition to the mechanical seal) only via the pipe (without the o-ring) with a minimum reduction of its passageway section. Load losses, localized within couplings because of their shrinkage are therefore much more, limited.