Our expertise in planning and design of piping for the efficient transport of liquids and gases supports our markets of practice with specialty piping systems.

Pressurized gas systems (compressed air, nitrogen, oxygen, argon, carbon dioxide, helium, hydrogen) are defined by gas quality, moisture content, pressure requirements, and equipment flow rates. Vacuum systems are designed to the standard barometric pressure of the pump location and to the required depth of vacuum, whether healthcare or chemistry research system. Fuel gases (natural gas and methane) accommodate pressure and flow rates to support the combustion at individual equipment, accounting for safety concerns including pressure relief locations and sizes. High purity water systems meet requirements for resistivity, bacterial counts, and other parameters defined by such industry standards organizations as ASTM, the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute, and the United States Pharmacopeia. Additionally, we design water and waste systems to accommodate independent systems based on flows and processes.