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Electrical power

  • Transformer, Main distributor Panels, ATS
  • Generator
  • UPS
  • Battery

With many years of experience in design and installation for all kind of reliable power supply systems are the basis for a sound future. Specifically, we have begun making efforts to design and use technologically leading products consuming power more efficiently.

Air cool system

By energy saving technology, accurate temperature and humidity control are available for all kinds of our company Precision air application in modular design. We offer comprehensive program of microprocessor as well as electronic monitoring and management system Scurrility Lots of modern technology facility equipment that supports today's business environment is available to meet your specific requirement of computer center, telecommunication station, control room and any specialty application.

Consulting service

  • Electrical
  • Harmonics Analysis
  • Grounding system
  • Air cool Analysis
  • Network Performance
  • Cleaning Datacenter


data center


Improving the energy efficiency of data centers can save hundreds of thousands of dollars each year, which makes the business more competitive and the operations more reliable. We can design a small computer room or a full data centre. Optimized layout of racks and rooms within a data centre is vital to the correct and reliable operation of the organization. Power consumption can only be minimized by accurate analysis of the power supply, rack layout and HVAC provision. We have developed algorithms to analyze room and building size by working up from the IT requirements and equipment count. Capitoline has pioneered the use of the Rack Location Unit model whereby an application independent floor layout is developed and then supplied with appropriate power, air conditioning and interconnectivity.

Site analysis

Suitability of location, EMC risks, flood risks, proximity to transport links etc.

Building analysis

Suitability, size and strength of the building, existing or proposed.

Computer Room analysis

Define shape and size of an ideal computer room from the IT equipment needed, plus expansion plans.

Power supply analysis

Accurate sizing of UPS, switchgear, generators and utility input in terms of peak and average demand HVAC analysis Optimized air conditioning model depending upon equipment densities required.

Building layout

All the relevant working spaces are defined, e.g. control area, cable entrance facility, equipment build area etc.

Work space optimization

The flow of people and equipment through the building is optimised for the best working environment.

Cabling design

A generic structured cabling system will be designed.

Fire detection and fire suppression

A suitable fire detection and suppression system will be specified.

Security and access control

Appropriate security, CCTV and access control will be specified Reliability, resilience and business continuity The design will be aligned to the TIA 942 Tier system which calls for N, N+1 or 2N designs. Capitoline will advise on the most relevant cost versus risk model for the client.

power Services.

  • Accurate power supply calculations
  • Understanding of peak and average power consumption needs
  • Understanding of power factor issues
  • N, N+1 and 2N designs
  • Dual 16 or 32 amp feeds to each rack
  • Power Distribution Units
  • 3-phase power distribution
  • UPS sizing and location
  • Generator sizing and location
  • Utility entrance room, protection and switching
  • Safety earthing
  • Technical earthing and ground bonding for IT installations

Measuring and Managing Energy Use in Data Centers

With annual energy costs per square foot that are 10 to 30 times those of typical office buildings, data centers are an important target in energy-saving efforts. They operate continuously, which means their electricity demand always is contributing to peak utility system demand, an important fact given that utility pricing increasingly reflects time-dependent tariffs. Energy-efficiency best practices can hold the key to significant savings, while improving reliability and yielding other non-energy benefits

Today's companies rely more than ever on complex facility support systems -- such as precision air conditioning, Electrical power supply system (Generator UPS and Battery) monitoring -- to keep their critical computing, communications and control systems operating. Downtime of these systems due to the failure of the support equipment -- and the adverse affect on productivity and profitability -- is simply unacceptable. From the beginning, SITEM has recognized that selling equipment is only 90% of the protection equation. Having the ability to service-- wherever and whenever it's needed -- is vital to maintaining the systems availability of our customers


  • Standard UPS systems regularly consume around 12% of their rated power in losses
  • Over-rating a UPS may mean losses in excess of 20%
  • A UPS with flat batteries requires an extra 20% input power
  • Careful design is needed to achieve an N, N+1 or 2N solution
  • UPS over 100 KVA should be located in a separate M&E room
  • Leading power factor loads on modern servers will cause instability within the UPS unless properly designed
  • Kinetic energy systems may be more appropriate than battery-based systems in the larger building
  • Correct sizing of the standby generator is essential

Fire Alarm & Fighting

Scan Control is a specialist in the design, supply, installation & maintenance for all types of Fire, Safety & Security systems. Our Company has experience of working with industry leading suppliers such as Watania And Engineering Fire Company Capitoline can advise on the most appropriate forms of fire detection for

  • Public buildings
  • Residences
  • Education
  • Hospitals
  • Offices
  • Data Centers and computer rooms

A fire design policy operates over a number of areas, all of which are related.

  • Design the building with materials and designs that minimize fire risk
  • Operate the building with practices that reduce fire risk
  • Detect fire and smoke with suitable apparatus
  • Sound an alarm if fire is detected to evacuate a building, summon the fire brigade
  • Suppress the fire with automatic fire extinguish ants

Air Condition

His majority of IT managers say that control of heat in the computer room is their number one problem. Overheating leads to equipment failures and shut-downs. Poorly designed air conditioning may be hugely inefficient and consume vast quantities of electricity. Inadequate air conditioning will simply be unable to cope. Heat generation between 1 and 30 kW per cabinet can be accommodated. Good layout of racks and equipment within racks is essential to maximize the effectiveness of the cooling system. Even simple improvement can sometimes shave 15% of an electricity bill. Capitoline has developed optimized rack location designs that can raise air conditioning efficiency from a common 30% to a near maximum possible level of 95%

IP Networking

IP networks are becoming increasingly important. Already acknowledged as a key part of any companies IT infrastructure, the advent of IP enabled building management systems, CCTV and access systems is placing greater emphasis on the planning and design of a common network infrastructure for buildings. By considering the total IP networking requirement at the outset of a project there are savings to be made in both the capital (up-front) costs of the infrastructure and the operating costs. There is obviously some concern over placing such a reliance on a single infrastructure to support all these systems and this is where a skilled design team comes into its own. Capitoline provide a full design, installation and support service aimed at ensuring your IP networking implementation performs as you expect it to. There are many companies who can supply network switches to provide the number of ports needed for connectivity of devices but if you need to plan a multi-services network then contact Capitoline to ensure you get a system which will services your needs today and simplify the planning and execution of your future needs.

AIT Cabling

Every building now depends upon a structured cabling system. They provide the backbone and connectivity for all IT networking and voice systems and many building services functions such as CCTV and Building Management Systems (BMS).

Unfortunately not all are designed or installed as well as they could be and many prove to be unreliable, unmanageable and unfit for future high-speed LAN traffic.

All these issues can be avoided with careful design. Our skilled BICSI RCDD (Registered Communications Distribution Designers) can plan and design a system to meet your needs.

If a project is running on tight timescales then you may want to consider a –pre-terminated cabling solution to reduce time spent on site by the cabling installation team.

Maintaining control of the cabling system, managing the IT assets, planning for growth and managing moves adds and changes (MACS) can be time consuming in a large network.

An Intelligent Infrastructure Management System can make these processes more efficient.

Are you unsure what fiber to use or how much to install for the future? Consider a blown fiber system allowing you to install the infrastructure now and blow in the fibers later.

Unsure whether to go for Cat6A, Cat6, Cat5, cabling or single mode/multimode fiber? We will help you decide what is best for you.

Capitoline’s engineers have been designing and installing IT infrastructures for over 30 years and will be happy to assist in defining your requirements and building up a generic cabling infrastructure plan fit for the next generation of networks.

Preventive maintenance

is a schedule of planned maintenance actions aimed at the prevention of break downs and failures. The primary goal of preventive maintenance is to prevent the failure of equipment before it actually occurs. It is designed to preserve and enhance equipment reliability by replacing worn components before they actually fail. Preventive maintenance activities include equipment checks, partial or complete overhauls at specified periods, and so on. In addition, workers can record equipment deterioration so they know to replace or repair worn parts before they cause system failure. Recent technological advances in tools for inspection and diagnosis have enabled even more accurate and effective equipment maintenance. The ideal preventive maintenance program would prevent all equipment failure before it occurs.

Corrective maintenance

Corrective maintenance consists of the action(s) taken to restore a failed system to operational status. This usually involves replacing or repairing the component that is responsible for the failure of the overall system. Corrective maintenance is performed at unpredictable intervals because a component's failure time is not known. The objective of corrective maintenance is to restore the system to satisfactory operation within the shortest possible time. Therefore Our Company has set up 100% stock spare part, in order to reduce the risk and shortest the failure period.