The Company’s multidisciplinary execution teams are led by experienced project managers and ensure effective utilization of our 25+ years of managerial, technical and construction skills through.
Combined with strong control systems and close attention to quality, the Company aims for Excellence in Project Management, which in turn forms the basis of Customer Satisfaction
India is the second most populous country in the world, with more than 1 billion citizens. Roughly half of India’s population, a staggering 522 million, practice open defecation. The World Bank estimates that 21 percent of communicable diseases in India are linked to unsafe water and the lack of hygiene practices. Further, more than 500 children under the age of five die each day from diarrhea in India alone. With its strong microfinance sector and extensive need for improved water and sanitation solutions, India provides a great opportunity for Water pipeline projects. Monitor Deloitte estimates that the rural sanitation market in India is worth US $25 billion
Fidelity engineering with our solution of water pipeline are in business of providing the essential backbone to this need.
Fidelity Engineering is in the business of design, fabrication and erection of Industrial sheds of any size by the experienced professionals. We made these sheds according to client’s needs and provide solutions that fitto their budget. Our range is highly demanded for various features, which are
Our design approach is interactive and allows being part of the process to ensure client’s full satisfaction.
Our Steel Structure is well conversant with different types of steel and steel-based alloys, calculation of stress-resistance and load-bearing factors of among other things, steel beams, columns, braces, connectors, and hangers, as well as a vast command of geometrical forms and the mathematics of construction.
Fidelity Engineering enables owners to benefit from a much longer coating life, which can reduce life-cycle coating costs by as much as 20%. Fidelity dehumidifiers will hold the blast between shifts, eliminating the need to paint-up each day, reducing condensation problems and improving coating productivity. Trained application specialists look at the specifications and logistics for each coatings project and determine the best course of action to complete the project in the most efficient and cost effective manner
Fidelity Engineering provides the latest and best cost beneficial solutions for your industry offers excellent products backed by our efficient services in the fields of refurbishment and specialized protective coatings. It is practically impossible to mention all applications. Hence, mentioning a few applications of our refurbishment and specialized protective coatings to give an idea, the following data could be useful:
The above is only to give an idea of types of applications and areas. Fidelity Engineering has qualified, experienced and the best available manpower in the business who are vibrant and always ready to analyze your problem correctly and solve it to your full satisfaction. We put in lots of efforts to make our team more competitive and updated with new developments. We believe in the mode of supply and execution through contracts, which may also be time bound jobs- small or large. Our well trained expert team of applicators are well equipped to execute on site jobs
Fidelity Engineering established in the material handling management space for nearly three years in diverse industries, such as
Service for a Turnkey Experience Fidelity Engineering is dedicated to providing complete turnkey solutions for your tracking and identification needs. More than just supplying the products you need, we make sure you have a resource to address your specific needs. Fidelity offers all of these material handling services:
Fidelity Engineering provide Material handling work in warehouses and production facilities to move products. This might mean finding materials on the shelves and wrapping them and putting them on a delivery truck, or pulling materials off the truck and putting them in the proper shelf spot. Our Material handlers make sure production areas are fully stocked and have the products they need to fulfill orders and move quickly, sometimes working with automated machines or sensors to fulfill the orders.
As a systems integrator, Fidelity combines best-in-class material handling equipment and supply chain software to create turnkey systems that help our customers increase productivity and reduce operational costs. Our goal is to use these tools to help companies, across a broad spectrum of industry segments.
The electric power utility industry commonly uses galvanized steel for power transmission poles, lattice towers, and other transmission and distribution assets—particularly high-voltage transmission line structures and substation structures—because it is known to be well-suited for service in most atmospheric and underground environments and has a long record of proven performance.
Fidelity engineering provides Zinc galvanizing which protects the carbon steel (CS) substrate by providing a barrier against corrosive compounds and also by acting as a sacrificial anode that protects the underlying CS surface if the coating is damaged. Hot-dip galvanizing provides electric utility structures with a surface layer (Eta layer) of pure zinc for galvanic and barrier protection, as well as several inter-metallic zinc alloy layers (Zeta, Delta, and Gamma) that form as the zinc coating is applied under high temperatures. These layers are metallurgically bonded with the steel to form a tough and well-adhered coating that provides superior galvanic and barrier protection.
Galvanized structures typically exhibit a low corrosion rate because a continuous passive film, known as a zinc patina, forms on the pure zinc top layer of the galvanized surface when it is exposed to the atmosphere. This passive surface film provides a protective barrier that prevents moisture and chlorides from corroding the underlying steel. As the patina starts to develop, a layer of zinc oxide (ZnO) quickly forms as the zinc reacts with oxygen in the air. The ZnO layer, when exposed to moisture, converts into a thin layer of zinc hydroxide [Zn(OH2)], which reacts with atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) over time and becomes a dense, insoluble layer of zinc carbonate (ZnCO3) that slows corrosion of the underlying zinc.