Cables and Piping
For safety reasons, all electrical and AV cables, water and drainage piping, as well as any other bulky utility equipment should lay within the service pit and not at ground level. Where service pits are not available, cables and piping should be placed above carpeting (where applicable) and marked with hazard identification tape or placed within cable trays. Wires and pipes should not block doors or access points to decoys and be placed in trays where required.
All wires and pipes at Level 4 and Level 6 halls must be set within trench and service pits (where provided). Where pits are not available, wires are to be set on top of carpets and taped with hazard identification tape.
Service Pit Covers
Service pits within exhibition halls provide event organisers with utilities including power, water, compressed air and telecommunication. For the technical specifications, please refer to Technical Guide [Venue].
For safety reasons, all electrical and AV cables, water and drainage piping, as well as any other bulky utility requirements should lay within the service pit and not at ground level.
As the service pit covers are heavy, their removal should be handled with care. The removal of service pit covers is only permitted during the hours of 2200hrs – 0700hrs. The Centre also recommends that service pit covers be removed with the specialised magnetic tool. While service pit covers are removed and works are being carried out, event organisers should clearly place hazard signages to mark the danger.
Should there be a need to temporarily remove trench pits due to the cables and piping needs for an event, Organisers are required to inform the Centre so that an appropriate temporary covering can be provided.
Please visit Suntec Singapore Marketplace to make your utility orders after you have made your main space booking.