Electrical Systems Pattaya, Hua Hin & Bangkok
Kunini has the expertise and experience to be able to carry out any electrical work for private residences, resorts, hotels and commercial buildings. We work on both single and three phase systems including design, installation and maintenance of such projects including transformers and generator sets.Kunini offers a full range of Consultancy Packages – Electrical Design, Electrical CAD Plans, Priced and Un-Priced BOQ’s for Bidding, Inspection of Designs for Compliance to UK / EU (IEC), and TISI Standards. We have a whole wealth of services that we are certified and experienced in delivering. We have listed some below, however if you are looking for something that is not listed, don’t worry, we have not been able to list everything here.
We have a friendly team who would be more than happy to talk to you about your bespoke requirements and the different options which are available for you to choose from. Whatever the work involved, we will have the right solution for you or your business.
We carry out all of our work to an exceptionally high standard, all of our clients are left with a 100% completely finished project which has meant our business has grown due to referrals and recommendations.
We offer; electrical system designs to UK / EU / TISI standards, electrical installation and commissioning, lighting concept / design – LED, CFL, DMX, Fiber Optic, electrical system inspections and certification (UK BS7671), electrical maintenance programs, electrical troubleshooting, electrical re-wires and re-certification, electrical control boxes for swimming pools, water systems, protection which includes both surge protection, phase protection and also lightning protection, earthling and bonding systems, consultancy, design and installation service, all work guaranteed for two years and project installations which are guaranteed up to five years*
800 kVA Transformer
Lister Petter Generator
We are specialists in providing; Transformers which are connected to the main power grid, single or three phase generators that are stand-by or primary power again, with either single, three phase or solar powered.
In Thailand, especially away from the main cities, rural power is always an issue due to either poor infrastructure or over demand on current systems. When we discuss power distribution for a project, Kunini will always look for the upmost economical way for you to achieve your objectives.
We will almost always suggest some form of redundant power supply for back up and emergency purposes. Additionally, today’s modern homes use more power than in previous years. Although there are a wealth of energy saving options on the market, most domestic households still use a lot of power especially for the heating of hot water and cooling such as air-conditioning. Until very recently a typical set up in a domestic situation may include the existing power grid, for daily power usage with a small generator for emergencies. The generator could only power a few lights, a fan and maybe a refrigerator. Larger generator sets could also power some air-conditioners, water pumps and heavier loads. The generators would typically be single phase and run on petrol. Larger houses or villas would use either single or three phase generators that were powered by diesel with fancy Automatic Transfer Switches and soundproof canopies.
Today, with the introduction of modern technology and especially renewable energy, a domestic or commercial property can obtain its power from a combination of solar power, batteries and a generator which is known as a hybrid system. During a new installation the loads are able to be separated into low power loads for lighting, fans, a small refrigerator etc. and high power loads for the air conditioning and hot water. A system can be put in place using a hybrid inverter that uses a PV array with a battery bank for the low power loads and a direct connection to the grid for the high power loads. The Hybrid Inverter should have a grid connection for emergency charging of the batteries or a small generator could be installed. As you can imagine, system design is critical to ensure that the right combinations are selected.
Kunini can provide; generator system design and installation, standby and primary, single and three phase options, transformers design and installation – single and three phase and solar power design and installation both off grid, hybrid or grid tied. We are available for consultation on any power distribution package the client may wish to investigate.
Structured cabling can refer to any cabling required for the modern home this ranges from audio visual systems, multi-room audio, home theatre, security, CCTV, telephone, networking and more. When we design the electrical system for any project we will always consult with the owner, architect and developer to get a clear picture of what systems are being planned for the building to ensure that no cables get left out and also that a few spares are always installed for the future. There is nothing worse than forgetting a cable for a particular system then having to run it at a later date causing a lot of disruption and mess. In a modern home it is standard practice to run Cat6 cable to each TV point for streaming of live TV and movies.
Cabling & Fire Proof Cabling
Kunini has a wealth of experience of installing structured cable systems and we understand the rules associated with each installation such as separating power from network cables, standard run lengths for different types of cable and the type of cable required for each system.
In a modern home there may be three or more separate conduit runs for different systems as each system generally needs to be separated from another. Examples of this are power and network systems, these can be run parallel as long as a certain type of network cable and conduit is selected but cannot cross over as interference can occur on the network. Any cabling required for TV systems which is generally Coaxial RG6, will need to be kept separate from power cables due to interference. A modern trend is to use fiber optic cable for communication and TV systems which eliminate interference, however these are still relatively expensive due to the equipment which is required to operate it.
Fire Alarm cabling needs to be run in separate conduits and clearly marked FA (fire alarm), all junction boxes need to be sprayed or painted red. In commercial fire alarm systems the conduit should ideally be an EMT type and the cable should be fire retardant, special fire alarm cable is also available but this tends to be very expensive, especially in Thailand.