Our commercial gas Electro-fusion pipework contractors are experienced engineers are able to carry out all types of pipe ground-works for underground commercial and industrial gas main installation.
We can provide turnkey solutions to building services from Pipe sizing, civil works, installation, testing and commissioning.
Whether it’s a new gas mains, connections, leaks, squeeze off, or capping off, we are happy to assist clients and sub contractors.
We can also provide emergency response gas teams to assist clients in an event of gas pipeline failure. Our workforce have the capability of working remote to assist clients with PE and MDPE pipelines. We carry our own civil contracting team to prevent any delays to clients with excavations and reinstatements of pipework trenches.
Hot Tap / Under Pressure Drilling
UK Commercial Gas has the ability to create a new live connection on a live gas main without disrupting supply. This gives the client the ability to continue with daily activities without turning off gas supply.
The new branch is mainly welded in position, drilled and a new branch was created with an emergency control valve in place, ready for the new pipework. If you are looking for hot tapping, then check out our page on gas hot tapping for more information.
Pipe squeeze off
Where there are no means to isolate a live branch gas pipe to stop the flow to allow safe repair. In order to safely repair a live branch gas pipe, one must install valves to isolate the pipe and stop the flow of gas using a ‘squeeze off’ tool. These clamps come in various sizes and allow the pipe to be ‘squeezed’ to safely stop the flow of gas on most plastic pipes. Once the pipe has been sealed and further safety checks are conducted to ensure no gas is flowing, we are then able to carry out essential repairs, pipe fusing, or branch connections on the gas pipes.
Our team of experienced engineers can replace any faulty gas components quickly and efficiently, so you can rest assured that your gas system is safe and working correctly.
If your gas system is damaged, it is important to have it inspected and repaired quickly and efficiently to ensure that it is safe and working correctly, as any further damage could lead to hazardous and potentially dangerous situations.
Due to the corrosion that has occurred over time, it is essential to ensure that all components of the system are inspected and tested regularly to verify that they are not corroded and that the system is safe and working correctly, as any further damage caused by corrosion could lead to hazardous and potentially dangerous situations.
If corrosion is left unchecked, it can lead to leaks in the system, which can cause hazardous and potentially dangerous situations, as the leaking fluid can damage other components and create an unsafe environment.
The company must take responsibility for ensuring that any fluid leaks are identified and addressed quickly, as failure to do so could cause hazardous and potentially dangerous situations, as the leaking fluid can damage other components and create an unsafe environment, thus putting the safety of the company’s employees and customers at risk.
When hiring a contractor, it is important to ensure that they are properly trained and certified to handle the job, as failure to do so can lead to the contractor using substandard materials or methods that could compromise the safety of the company’s employees and customers, putting them at risk.
Excavation is a potentially hazardous activity, and it is essential to ensure that all necessary safety precautions are taken, such as using only high-quality materials and employing experienced and certified personnel to ensure that the excavation is conducted safely and without compromising the safety of the company’s employees and customers.
To ensure that the excavation is conducted safely and without compromising the safety of the company’s employees and customers, all gas mains in the vicinity of the excavation site must be identified and marked, and any necessary precautions must be taken to ensure that these gas mains are not damaged or disturbed during the excavation process.
To ensure the safety of the project, it is essential that all necessary precautions are taken to avoid any damage or disturbance to the gas mains during the excavation process, such as carefully planning the project and having experienced personnel onsite to supervise the excavation.
Before beginning the excavation process, it is important to plan the project carefully and ensure that experienced personnel are onsite to supervise the excavation, as well as to take into consideration any potential risks, such as the presence of water mains, that could be impacted by the excavation.
When digging, it is important to take into consideration any potential risks, such as the presence of water mains that could be impacted by the excavation and to ensure that the digging is done in a safe and responsible manner that minimizes any potential damage to the environment.