Engineering Services

Electronic Engineers

Electronic engineering services include:

•  Fire detection and evacuation
•  Security systems, including CCTV, access and egress control
•  Audio Sound, public address, sound masking and conferencing systems
•  Time and attendance systems
•  Asset tracking
•  Telemetry and Scada Management Systems
•  Gas extinguishing systems

System engineering

Electrical Engineers

Electrical engineers that provide state of the art designs for new, existing, or to-be-refurbished industrial and commercial premises, with due consideration to integrity, reliability, aesthetics, cost efficiency, statutory requirements and specific client application for:

•  Electrical network design
•  Industrial, commercial, roads, retail, banking, education and mining design solutions
•  Energy Management
•  Emergency power generators
•  Electrical network design
•  Uninterruptable power systems
•  Earthing and lightning protection
•  Medium voltage networks
•  Automation and control centres
•  Network interfacing
•  Security and flood lighting
•  Maintenance contracts
•  Refurbishing existing installations
•  Telecommunication infrastructure
•  Statutory compliance assessments and designs
•  Urban development
•  Green building application and designs

Engineering Design

Security Consulting / Closed Circuit Television

DFR Engineers has designed, commissioned and continues to manage various closed circuit surveillance systems ranging front four to 450 camera networks.

Security Consulting / Closed Circuit Television experience from DFR Engineers and our ability to design open architecture high-end solutions, including auxiliary fiber optic and IT infrastructure, has placed us in the provided position to list central banks, commercial banking groups and universities amongst our esteemed clients.

Our approach typically includes a comprehensive and objective analysis of our client's operational requirements to ensure the appropriate application of all system components. We provide thorough research and a risk-based design approach in positioning and selecting the cameras, housing , lenses cables and network equipment; with due consideration for extendability and integration to other supporting systems. Our designs also ensure operator friendly and efficient control room designs.


electronic and electrical engineers

Building Management Systems

Onsite maintenance and monitoring resources are often expensive and not effective.

As a result, BMS and electronic monitoring, alarming and reporting systems are in high demand. Their objective is to electronically monitor each sub-system of a complex and to relay local alarms and data to a central control room. These systems also allow for proactive maintenance as opposed to reactive maintenance that is more costly and causes downtime.

We have extensive experience in HVAC, generators, UPSs, Electrical networks, lifts, pumps, fire and security.

Electronic design projects managers

Mast & Telecommunication Infrastructure Engineers

DFR Engineers has been involved in the project design and auxiliary infrastructure for our clients. Our scope technically includes the routing of grid power to remote sites, medium and low voltage overhead lines design,; site reticulation, equipment power, lighting and ventilation designs; earthing and lightning protection for equipment and steel structures; and the installation of aircraft warning lights where required by the Department of Civil Aviation.

Security Consulting

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