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DB Panel Solutions

DB Panel Installation and Services

DB panels are the best way to distribute electrical power and gather electronics in one place. And, when it comes to DB panels, we are the reliable choice for all of its services in Dubai, and the proof of that is our 17 years of experience in industrial automation.

Benefits for You

Compact Size for Your Convenience

Our panels are intentionally designed to be compact and hassle-free to install , ensuring your convenience.

Customization Tailored to Your Needs

We specialize in offering customization, aligning the panel precisely with your unique requirements for your benefit.

Enhanced Safety Features for Your
Peace of Mind

We prioritize your safety by implementing features like grounding, insulation, and protection against electrical shock, providing you with peace of mind.

Cost-Effective Solution for Your Savings

Our DB panels represent a cost-effective solution for power distribution, outperforming other methods like individual cable installation, saving you money.

Effortless Maintenance for Your Ease

We make maintenance a breeze with components that are not only easily accessible but also thoughtfully labeled, ensuring your ease in managing the system.

Enhanced Energy Efficiency for Your Savings

 We're dedicated to improving your energy efficiency, incorporating features like power factor correction into our DB panels, which translates to savings for you.

How We Work

Watch How We Do It Right

Our workflow is efficient 
and to the point, crafted to
ensure timely project 
delivery and unparalleled 
customer satisfaction.

Our Project Portfolio


The client, AZ 53 restaurant, requested the installation of an energy meter to calculate their monthly electricity consumption through their main DV panel.


Our client in Dubai requested the installation of a water pump control panel to manage the operation of two water pumps using pressure sensors and panel meters.


The client requested the installation of a control panel for the pumps in two smart greenhouses with specific requirements for

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More To know


Low voltage distribution panels: 
These are DB panels that distribute electrical power at a voltage level typically less than 1000 volts, which is
typically used in most commercial, industrial, and residential buildings. The low voltage DB panels receive power from the utility ... or generator source and distribute it to various loads within the building, such as lighting and equipment.
High voltage distribution panels:  
These are DB panels that distribute electrical power at a voltage level typically greater than 1000 volts, which is used in larger industrial or commercial facilities. High voltage DB panels typically receive power from a substation or transformer and distribute it to other panels or individual circuits within the facility.
Main distribution boards (MDBs):  
These are DB panels that serve as the primary distribution point for electrical power within a building or facility. MDBs typically receive power from the main power source and distribute it to sub-distribution boards or individual circuits.
Sub-distribution boards (SDBs):  
These are DB panels that receive power from the MDBs and distribute it to specific areas or zones within the building, such as floors or sections. SDBs are typically located closer to the electrical loads they serve, such as lighting fixtures or power outlets.
Motor control centers (MCCs):  
These are specialized DB panels used to control and distribute power to large electric motors in industrial settings. MCCs often contain motor starters, circuit breakers, and other control devices to regulate the operation of the motors.
Power factor correction panels (PFCs):  
These are DB panels that improve the power factor of an electrical system, which is a measure of how efficiently the electrical power is being used. PFCs use capacitors to correct the power factor and reduce energy costs.


Commercial buildings:  
DB panels are commonly used in office buildings, shopping centers, and other commercial structures to
distribute power to lighting, HVAC systems, and other equipment ...
Industrial facilities:  
DB panels are widely used in industrial settings such as manufacturing plants, refineries, and power plants to distribute power to motors, pumps, and other heavy equipment.
Residential buildings:  
DB panels are used in residential homes to distribute power to lighting, appliances, and other electrical loads.
Healthcare facilities:  
DB panels are used in hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities to distribute power to medical equipment, lighting, and other systems.
Data centers:  
DB panels are used in data centers to distribute power to servers, cooling systems, and other equipment.
Transportation infrastructure:  
DB panels are used in airports, train stations, and other transportation hubs to distribute power to lighting, escalators, and other equipment.
DB panels are used in telecommunications facilities to distribute power to communication equipment, backup power systems, and other devices.
Renewable energy:
DB panels are used in solar power and wind power systems to distribute power to the electrical grid or to battery storage systems.
Oil and gas:
DB panels are used in oil and gas drilling rigs, pipelines, and other facilities to distribute power to motors, pumps, and other equipment.
Water treatment and distribution:
DB panels are used in water treatment plants and distribution systems to distribute power to pumps, valves, and other equipment.


1. What are some common issues that can arise with DB panels?
Common issues with DB panels include overloading, circuit breaker tripping, loose connections, and damage
to components. Regular maintenance and inspections can help prevent these issues from occurring ...
2. How often should I inspect and maintain my DB panel?  
As a general rule, we recommend inspecting and maintaining your DB panel at least once a year. However, if your panel is located in a harsh or demanding environment, such as an industrial setting, more frequent inspections may be necessary.
3. Can I perform maintenance on my own DB panel, or should I hire a professional?  
While there are some basic maintenance tasks that you can perform on your own, such as cleaning and tightening connections, we highly recommend hiring a qualified professional to perform more complex tasks, such as troubleshooting or replacing components. This can help ensure that the work is done safely and correctly.
4. How do I troubleshoot a circuit breaker that keeps tripping?  
If your circuit breaker keeps tripping, it may be due to an overload or a fault in the circuit. First, try resetting the breaker and reducing the load on the circuit. If the breaker continues to trip, you may need to consult with a professional to diagnose and fix the issue.
5. Can I upgrade my existing DB panel to handle more power or circuits?  
In some cases, it may be possible to upgrade your existing DB panel to handle more power or circuits. However, this will depend on various factors such as the capacity of your panel, the available space, and the type of loads you need to power. A qualified technician can help you determine if an upgrade is possible and what the cost and timeline would be.
6.How can I improve the energy efficiency of my DB panel?  
There are several ways to improve the energy efficiency of your DB panel, such as using energy-efficient components, implementing power factor correction, and reducing the overall power consumption of your loads. An experienced technician can help you identify opportunities for improvement and implement solutions.
7.What safety precautions should I take when working with a live DB panel?
When working with a live DB panel, it's important to wear proper personal protective equipment, follow proper lockout/tagout procedures, and avoid touching any exposed wires or components. We highly recommend that only qualified and experienced technicians work on live DB panels to minimize the risk of injury or damage to the system.
8.Can I install a new DB panel myself?
We highly recommend that only qualified and licensed electricians install new DB panels. This will help ensure that the installation is done correctly and safely, and that the panel meets all relevant codes and regulations.