GLOBEGAS ENGINEERING SDN BHD (GESB) with company registration no 626046-A was setup based on experience, professionalism, cooperation and commitments. Our company have been established on 25 August 2003 with 100% bumiputra status, to work with engineering work of gas piping system installation which covering Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) and Natural Gas (NG) beside civil and maintenance works.

Our related work is including of Consulting, Designing, Submission, Construction, Modification, Servicing & Maintenances, Requalification Tanks, Renewal Private Gas License, Auditing, Testing and Commissioning of Piping Reticulation (LPG / NG / NGV /LNG / BIOGAS/ Other Gases / Fuel system). Parameter involve are cover Infra system, domestic, commercial and industrial application such Government Bodies, Private Sector ex; Plant, Industrial, Factories, Developer, Shopping Mall, Mix Development, Hotels, Schools, Universities, Condominium, Apartments, houses unit, to few names.

GESB was develop through knowledge and experience of the staff and management for among 19 years in gas pipeline and 10 years in civil work involving light to medium industries. Thus, we are familiar in all type of constructing line even in ISO work.
GESB has operate with adequate skilled and professional staffs specializing in gas and civil work. We are able to solve any problem related with gas line and always to make sure it’s followed the regulation and requirement.

GESB also have their own welder and competence person which certified and qualified by JKKP and Suruhanjaya Tenaga (ST). We are be able and familiar to liaise with JKKP, ST, Gas Malaysia Bhd, BHP Marketing Sdn Bhd, Petronas NGV S/B, Petronas Dagangan Berhad, Consultant Firm, Main Contractor, Developer, Owner or other related parties.

In the Moment, GESB has been registered with Suruhanjaya Tenaga (Gas), JKKP, BHP, Petronas, Gas Malaysia Bhd, Lembaga Pembangunan Industri Pembinaan Malaysia (CIDB), Pusat Khidmat Kontraktor (PKK), Kementerian Kewangan (MOF), KPDNKK (PDA for LPG Bulk supply) and at the same time, we toward to registered with other bodies.

How can I check that my gas system is safe?

1. Get to know your installation

Make an effort to locate the different parts of your installation. In particular, locate precisely where you can shut off the gas in the event of an incident.

Do you live in an apartment block? Mark your meter (with a label for example). This will also prevent you from accidentally cutting off your neighbour’s gas when you go on holiday!

2. Keep access to your installation clear

Make sure you can access your meter and boiler effortlessly at any time.

3. Shut off the gas if you are away for a long time

If you are away for a long time and you are not intending the boiler to switch on, turn off the gas supply. On your return, check that all gas equipment is properly switched off before reopening the valve at the meter.

4. Keep an eye on the gas pipes

Check the condition of the fixed and flexible pipes, paying particular attention to the fittings, or get someone to inspect them.

5. Keep your gas installation properly maintained

As a reminder, in Brussels and two other regions of the country, periodic boiler maintenance is mandatory! Be sure you stick to the rules because, besides the risks, you are liable for a fine if you don’t.

6. Check the condition of your gas cooker

Inspect your cooker regularly, paying particular attention to the nozzles, whose openings must not be clogged.  Flexible connecting tubes must not show any signs of wear or cracking.

If your gas cooker is an old model not equipped with a safety system which cuts off the gas supply when the flame goes out, seriously consider replacing it as soon as possible.

7. Check the condition of the gas flue

Check regularly that the gas flue is not blocked with foreign bodies. Have it serviced regularly.

8. Ventilate your home

Proper ventilation increases the efficiency of the heating and makes it possible to avoid the formation of carbon monoxide (CO) . The room that houses your boiler, in particular, must be permanently ventilated.

9. Install CO detectors

Carbon monoxide is invisible and odourless and causes too many deaths every year. Invest in a few CO detectors to install in the rooms where your boiler or water heater is located.

10. Do you smell gas?

Despite all your best efforts, you are never immune to a bad connection or another issue that can lead to gas leakage.

If so, do not hesitate to get out of the building immediately and call Sibelga at 0800 19 400 or the fire brigade.  Also read the procedures to be followed if you smell gas.



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