Process and Utility Systems

The BRS process engineering team provide full turnkey solutions, from design through to implementation and 24/7 service. Typical areas of operation are listed below.


BRS are specialists in all major process pipework installations for manufacturing, process and utility markets. Our experienced and fully trained engineers hold all relevant certification for working in any situation including ‘confined space areas’ and are trained in all major welding technologies including TIG, MIG, Arc (MMA) and orbital welding.


Cleaning in Place (CIP) is used in hygiene critical industries, such as Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical. A mix of chemicals, heat and water is used to clean machinery, vessels and pipe work without the need to dismantle systems. CIP is an efficient way of cleaning and BRS have the expertise to advise on it’s operation and implementation. 

Glycol Cooling

Glycol based chillers are specialized refrigeration systems, a common application of which is in beverage production, where food grade chemical propylene glycol is used.

Steam Systems

Steam can be used for cooling, heating and sterilisation. Steam jet cooling uses a high-pressure jet of steam to cool water or other fluids. Steam can be used for heating in air conditioning systems and sterilisation processes are vital in the food and beverage sectors as well as health and pharma applications. BRS are experts in the application of steam based technologies and can assist in whatever capacity you need.

CO2 Systems

Carbon dioxide is often used as an industrial refrigerant and also for heating and cooling buildings. CO2 is seen as a primary greenhouse gas, but it can in fact help slow global warming.

Chilled Water System

Chilled water cooling systems use chilled water to absorb heat from a building.
The chilled water supply is pumped around the building to air conditioning units. Fans provide cold air to the building’s spaceand the chilled water returns to the chiller to be cooled again.

Compressed Air Cooling

Compressed air in conjunction with a heat exchanger can be used in cooling systems.

Process Engineering


Air Conditioning