Utility Piping

Part of our commitment to your total process improvement is a comprehensive menu of plant construction and installation services. we also design and build complete utility systems to support your plant’s overall functioning. we understand that utility systems are essential to your operation; without them, the production line cannot be turned on. Accordingly, we maintain expert-level engineers, construction professionals, and installers who are well versed in utility piping and utility systems, including all of the relevant codes and regulations.

APB manages the full range of critical utility systems and utility piping projects, including:

Steam systems

Process equipment heating in high pressure or low pressure steam system.

Water systems

filtered water, portable water, RO water, softened water,heated water, DI water, chilled water, cooling & Chilled water,

Waste water systems

waste water treatment, effluent handling, waste water monitoring, waste water equalization, waste water neutralization

Compressed Air Piping

we are providing our clients with superior grade Compressed Air Piping Design Service. Our proficient professionals offer this  pipe on design to our clients by using advanced technology in adherence with industry standards.

Compressed Air piping systems deliver compressed air to intended points of usage. One of the most important variables in moving air from the compressor to the point of use is pipe size and layout design. Piping systems have many variables to take into account including vibration, pulsations, temperature exposure (internal and external), maximum air pressures, corrosion and chemical resistance. All issues that if not addressed, could end up being very costly.

Hot Water System & Themic fluid systems.

pipe insulation reduces temperature changes while fluids are being  transported through piping associated with heating, cooling or service hot water systems, thereby saving energy and reducing operating costs. Other measures that can save energy and water include designing a compact plumbing distribution system, and using plumbing fixtures certified by the Water Sense Program

GAS & OIL

The primary uses of gas include heating, cooling (rarely used), and powering engines for electric generators. Gas pressures range from 20 psi to 50 psi in most utility distribution systems. When the gas enters the service connection, the pressure is typically reduced by a regulator to approximately l/4 to 1/2 psi. Since gas is a vapor it has a tendency to rise; this fact explains how such a low pressure can be used for distribution throughout a building. Black steel pipe, coated to reduce corrosion, is the most commonly used gas distribution piping inside a building

Mechanical engineers in oil and gas are responsible for many different aspects of the oil mining and refinement process, including designing and installing equipment, designing and overseeing large projects, and researching and developing new technologies in the field. The work is complex, so mechanical engineers in this field need a high level of education and training. Some may even complete master’s degrees.