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RMS Training Guide

Remote Operational Visibility and Control Management

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INNEXIV Remote Monitoring System (RMS) Training Manual
Version 1.0 - DRAFT

11-N0v- 2013

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CONFIDENTIAL
Contact:

Azeem Taj

Direct:
E-mail:

+92(03458569320)
azeem.taj@innexiv.com

INNEXIV (PVT) Limited


H 60, G11/2, Sachal Sarmast Road
Islamabad, Pakistan
Revision History

Version
1.0

Date

Author

Approvals required

11-Nov-2013

Azeem Taj

Karim Ullah

CONTENTS

Site Layout
Core Components
Main Modules diagrams and connection diagrams
Sensors Used
List of required Material
Connections and routing and procedure

Pictorial view of a site

Graphical View of a typical BTS site

Generator

Main Power AC

Fuel Tank

Battery Cabinet

CONTENTS

Site Layout
Core Components
Main Modules diagrams and connection diagrams
Sensors Used
List of required Material
Connections and routing and procedure

BTS site core components

Battery Bank

Rectifier

ATS External

Fuel Tank

ATS Internal

Generator

Main DB

CONTENTS

Site Layout
Core Components
Main Modules diagrams and connection diagrams
Sensors Used
List of required Material
Connections and routing and procedure

MCU

LL
1 2 3 4

E
1 2 3 4

F
1 2

M
1 2 3 4

1 2

1 2 3

N
1 2 3 4 5 6

I
1 2 3

O
1 2 3

1 2 3 1 2 3

P
1 2

Connecting Points On MCU


S
S,1

S,2

S,3

S,4

S,5

Q
Q,1

Q,2

Q,3

Q,4

R
Q,5

Q,6

R,1

DC 12 V Ground
+VE

AC CT 1 AC CT 1 AC CT 2 AC CT 1 AC CT 3 AC CT 1
+ ve
+ ve
+ ve
- ve
- ve
- ve
White
White Black
Black
Black White
wire
wire
wire
wire
wire
wire

LL
LL
LL,1

LL
LL,2

LL
LL,3

LL
LL,4

M,1

Fuel sensor Ground Fuel sensor


DC 12 V
Signal
+VE

E
E,1

L,1
220 V

E,2

F
E,3

E,4

L,2
L,3 Negative
220 V 220 V

R,2

F,1

DC 12
+VE

M,2

M,3

Ground

CP
Status

G
F,2

G,1

N
M,4

G,2

DC 12 V Ground DC 12 V Ground
+VE
+VE

H,1

Delay
Gen
SIGNAL

H,2

N,1
N,2

N,1
N,3

N,1
N,4

GBV
12V
+Ve

GBV
12V
- Ve

Spare

GEN
Status

N,1
N,5

N,1
N,6

Feed
back
Delay
GEN
Relay

Feed DC CT 12
back
+VE
AC
CUT
Relay

I
H,3

I,1

AC CUT
Signal

I,2

R,4

R,5

5v

TX

RX

N,1
N,1

R,3

O,1

O,2

P
O,3

P,1

Ground DC CT
Signal

J
I,3

J,1

J,2

9 Number 9 Number
Right
Left
Low fuel

P,2

DC 48V DC 48V
-Ve
+Ve

K
J,3

K,1

K,2

10 Number 10 Number
right
Left
ACP

K,3

Battery Analyzer Module


1

X
T
1

V
1 2 3

Battery Analyzer Module(BAM) connection reference

U,1

U,2

U,3

Auto Relay Module

A
1 2

1 2

C
5 6

1 2

1 2

Auto Relay Module

Delay gen
cut relay

A-1

A-2

A-3 A-4

Feed
Back
Two
Feed
Back
One

B-1

B-2

B-3

B-4 B-5

B-6

GEN CUT GEN CUT


OUT
In

RTU
Battery
- ve

RTU
Battery
+ve

Gen Status
Relay
220

AC CUT
Relay

AC Cut
IN

AC CUT
OUT

C-1

C-2

Gen
Status
CP
STATUS

CP Status
Relay
220

C-3

C-4

D-1 D-2

AC Cut
Signal

Delay Gen
Signal

D-3

N
-VE 220

D-4

N
-VE 220

220 +ve
220 +ve
CP MC
GEN MC
Energizing Energizing
point
point

CONTENTS

Site Layout
Core Components
Main Modules diagrams and connection diagrams
Sensors Used
List of required Material
Connections and routing and procedure

Sensors

AC CT Coil Sensor

DC CT Coil Sensor

Fuel Sensor

CONTENTS

Site Layout
Core Components
Main Modules diagrams and connection diagrams
Sensors Used
List of required Material
Connections and routing and procedure

IRM (Installation Required Material)


12 Core Cable

4Cor Power Cable

(1/3)

6 Core Cable

4Core Cable

Singe Core Cable 1.5mm

Cat 6Cable

IRM (Installation Required Material)


PVC Spiral

PVC Box

(2/3)

GI Spiral

Saddle Clamp

Din rill

Connecting strip

Lugs

Jubilee clamp

IRM (Installation Required Material)


Tag ties

(3/3)

Insolation Tape

Silicon

Rawal Plug

CONTENTS

Site Layout
Core Components
Main Modules diagrams and connection diagrams
Sensors Used
List of required Material
Connections and routing and procedure

How to take cell voltages from the Battery Bank

12

1
2
C
O
R
E

1
11

2
10

3
C
A
B
L
E
1

9
4
8
5
7

1
11

2
10

3
9
8
7

1
2
C
O
R
E

C
A
B
L
E

BAM inputs from the Battery Bank

Y
2
4
6
8
10

12

11

11

2
4
6

8
10

12 Core wire connections with BAM

12 core cable

12 core cable

Installation Process
Before installation Process
1. Call Guard when reached on site
2. Call Innexiv NOC when reached on site
3. Call TP NOC for Access
4. Check Site status before installation (CP availability , Gen working Properly , ATS and MDB)
5. Select Place for MCU Mounting

Installation Process
1.

Power Up MCU

2.

Make BSB connection, See if Grid is Available and Generator is working

3.

Connect Fuel Sensor

4.

Make Main Distribution Board Connections and install AC CT

5.

Install ARM and ATS connection

6.

DDF Connection

7.

NOC Testing

Mount RTU

Required H/W

MCU

GPRS

MCU Box

MCU Battery
IRM

Din Rail(channel Patti)

Jubilee clamp

Screw & Nut

Glands
Process

Fix din rail back site of RTU

Fix jubilee Clamp under the Din rail and tight din rail Screw

Fix glands with RTU

Mount RTU on Selected place

BAM & DC PSU Installation


Required H/W

BAM (Battery Analyzer module )


DC PSU

Required IRM

Din rill
Jubilee Clamp (3in)
Screw & nut

Process

Attach Din Rail (Hanging Instrument) behind BAM box


Pass Jubilee Clamp 3 below the Din rail and tight the
screws
Install BAM and DC PSU box to bottom right of BSB
(Battery Bank)

Powering up MCU
Required IRM

1.5 mm single core cable


Cat 6 cable
Spiral
Saddle Clamp
Lugs 5/8mm

Process

Layout Spiral and Cable .5mm 12 core MCU to BAM


Meyer cable 1.5mm DCPSU to 1st Battery Negative and 24 # Battery positive
Connect lugs 8.5mm with 1.5mm Both cables in Onsite
1st battery negative connect DC PSU NEGATIVE 48VDC and 24# battery positive connect DC PSU POSITIVE
48VDC
DC PSU output POSITIVE 12VDC connect with BAM Y1
DC PSU output NEGATIVE 12VDC connect with BAM Y2

DC PSU Connection With Bam and Battery Bank

Connection from

BATTERY BANK to
DC-PSU

POSITIVE

48VDC from Battery # 24

NEGATIVE 48VDC from Battery # 1

Connected to

Wire type

Notes

DC-PSU: DC+
RED Single Core

DC-PSU: DCBlack Single Core

WRONG CONNECTION WILL


RESULT IN SERIOUS DAMAGE!

X - 12
POSITIVE
DC-PSU to
BAM

48VDC from Battery # 24 (Input)

NEGATIVE 48VDC from Battery # 1

POSITIVE

12VDC (Output)

NEGATIVE 12VDC (Output)

RED Single Core

W-1
Black Single Core

Y-1
RED Single Core

Y-2
Black Single Core

WRONG CONNECTION WILL


RESULT IN SERIOUS DAMAGE!

Connection BAM to MCU For MCU Power up

Twist wire White Orange /Orange (Cat 6 cable) Connect one end of cable Connecting pad y
Port y1

Twist wire white Green /Blue (Cat 6 cable) Connect one end of cable Connecting pad y Port
y2

Twist wire White Orange /Orange (cat 6 cable) Connect other end of cable Connecting pad R
Port R1

Twist wire r white Green /Blue (Cat 6 cable) Connect other end of cable Connecting pad R
Port R2

Connect connecting pad y with BAM

Connect connecting Pad R with RTU

Now check MCU status if its ok Call to INNEXIV NOC and bind the RTU

BSB individual Battery Connection with BAM

Required IRM

12 Core .5mm Cable


Lugs 5/8mm

Process

Route the 12 Core cable from BAM to both sides of the batteries separately (one from right and
one from left) as per wire numbering but do not connect the wires with battery terminal
Fix 23 lugs on each individual wire of 12 core cable on battery terminal side

Start the generator before connection of wires with batteries

Start connection lugs and wires on the Positive terminal side of batteries but do not connect top
right battery i.e. connect only 23 batteries but not the 24th. Dont connect Positive terminal of
batteries at this stage.

Connect one side of 0.5mm cable with DC positive terminal of DC (PSU) and the other side of
cable with intentionally left last port of right sided X connecting pad (X12) of BAM

BSB individual Battery Connection with BAM Continued

First remove left sided 13 port connecting pad W from BAM and connect 12 core cable wire
from 2nd port to 13th Port (Leave 1st port) of W connecting pad top to down with positive
terminal wire.

Then remove the right sided 12 port connecting pad X from BAM and connect the positive
terminal 12 core cable with the connecting pad X in sequence but leave the last bottom 12th port
empty.

Now connect 1.5MM cable with negative terminal of 1st battery and connect the other end with
DC PSU negative terminal i.e. 3rd port.

Now connect another 1.5 MM cable with intentionally left top right battery of BAM with its
Positive terminal and connect the other end of the cable with the 2nd # positive terminal of DC
(PSU).

Now Connect one side of 0.5mm cable with DC negative terminal of DC (PSU) and the other
side of the cable with the intentionally left first port of left sided W connecting pad of BAM
(W1).

BAM to MCU Connection

Process
1. We have already used White orange/Orange and White Green Blue Numbers wires for
power up to MCU (PAGE # 4)
2. Connect White Blue wire with connecting pad Y3 of BAM and the other end with connecting
pad R3 of RTU (MCU).
3. Connect Green wire with connecting pad Y4 of BAM and the other end with connecting pad
R4 of RTU (MCU).
4. Connect white Brown with connecting pad Y5 of BAM and the other end with connecting pad
R5 of RTU (MCU).

TBV Connection BAM To MCU


Now connect on side of the White Orange/Orange with port X12 of connecting pad X of BAM
with Port P1 of connecting pad P of RTU MCU.
Now connect on side of the White Green /Blue with port W1 of connecting pad W of BAM
with Port P2 of connecting pad P of RTU MCU.

DC CT Connection with MCU


White Blue Wire one side connect with DCCT Positive (+) And other site connect with connecting pad O
connecting port O1
Green one side connect with DCCT Negative (G) And other site connect with connecting pad O connecting
port O2
White brown /Brown one side connect with DCCT signal (M) And other site connect with connecting pad O
connecting

BATTERY ANALYZER (BAM) CONNECTION REFERENCE


Line
#

1
2

3
4
5

6
7

B
O
B
A
O
R
A
D
R
D
T
O

C
O
N
N
E
S
C
T
I
O
N

8
9

DC CT

10

CAT 6
Color Reference

BAM

Signal
Routing

Description / Type

MCU

Connector Pad & Port


Reference

Number of
wires

POSITIVE 12VDC

Y-1

GROUND

Y-2

white orange
/orange
white green /blue

BAM Feedback

Y-3

white blue

Transmit signal

Y-4

green

R-4

Receive signal

Y-5

white Brown

R-5
-

48VDC - TBV

W-1

NEGATIVE 48VDC - TBV

X - 12

Brown
white orange
/orange
white green /blue

DC CT 'POSITIVE

DC-CT '+' Pin

white blue

DC CT 'GROUND

DC-CT 'G' Pin

Green

O-2

white
brown/Brown

O-3

Notes

Spare
POSITIVE

DC CT Signal

POSITIVE

DC-CT 'M' Pin

Color

Connection from

Connected to

Wire type

48VDC from Battery # 24

DC-PSU: DC+

RED Single Core

DC-PSU: DC-

Black Single Core

X - 12

RED Single Core

W-1

Black Single Core

Y-1
Y-2

RED Single Core

BATTERY BANK to DCPSU

NEGATIVE 48VDC from Battery # 1

POSITIVE
(Input)

48VDC from Battery # 24

DC-PSU to BAM NEGATIVE 48VDC from Battery # 1

12VDC (Output)
NEGATIVE 12VDC (Output)
POSITIVE

Black Single Core

Cable
number

Connector Pad & Port Reference


R-1
R-2

R-3

P-1
P-2
2

O-1

WRONG CONNECTION WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS


DAMAGE!

WRONG CONNECTION WILL RESULT IN SERIOUS


DAMAGE!

BATTERY ANALYZER (BAM) CONNECTION REFERENCE


Line #

Signal Routing

Description / Type

BAM
Connector Pad & Port Reference

Cable Number Reference

Cable Type

IMPORTANT
NOTES

POSITIVE - Battery # 1

W-2

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

POSITIVE - Battery # 2

W-3

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

POSITIVE - Battery # 3

W-4

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

POSITIVE - Battery # 4

W-5

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

POSITIVE - Battery # 5
BATTERY BANK
POSITIVE - Battery # 6
CELLS
1-12
POSITIVE - Battery # 7
to BAM
POSITIVE - Battery # 8

W-6

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

W-7

W-8

W-9

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

6
7
8

12 CORE CABLE

terminate on BAM first then battery cell


terminate on BAM first then battery cell

POSITIVE - Battery # 9

W - 10

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

10

POSITIVE - Battery # 10

W - 11

10

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

11

POSITIVE - Battery # 11

W - 12

11

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

12

POSITIVE - Battery # 12

W - 13

12

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

13

POSITIVE - Battery # 13

X-1

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

POSITIVE - Battery # 14

X-2

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

POSITIVE - Battery # 15

X-3

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

16

POSITIVE - Battery # 16

X-4

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

17

X-5

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

X-6

X-7

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

20

BATTERY BANK POSITIVE - Battery # 17


CELLS
POSITIVE - Battery # 18
13-23
POSITIVE - Battery # 19
to BAM
POSITIVE - Battery # 20

X-8

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

21

POSITIVE - Battery # 21

X-9

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

POSITIVE - Battery # 22

X - 10

10

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

POSITIVE - Battery # 23
NOT IN USE

X - 11
NA

11
NA

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

14
15

18
19

22
23
24

12 CORE CABLE

terminate on BAM first then battery cell

THIS WIRE IS NOT BEING USED!

WRONG
CONNECTION
WILL DAMAGE
BATTERY
ANALYZER

WRONG
CONNECTION
WILL DAMAGE
BATTERY
ANALYZER

TBV (Total Bank Voltage) ,DC PSU and BAM Connection with MCU

Fuel Sensor To MCU Connection


Required IRM & Sensor
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Fuel sensor
PVC Box
Cable 6 core
Connecting strip
Spiral pipe
Gland
Saddle Clamp
Screw
Rawl plug

Process

Connect the 4 terminals connecting strip from left to right with three (3) fuel sensor wire in below mentioned
way;

Connect from the same 4 terminal connecting strip left to right with 3 temperature sensor wires in same above
way except its signal wire should be connected to the Empty 4th terminal of the connecting strip. However Red
(Positive) with Red (Positive), Black ground (Negative) with Black ground (Negative).

Now use the 6 core fuel sensor for connecting fuel sensor to MCU or RTU in following reference

Connecting strip To MCU Connection


Connect one side of the Red wire ( 6 core )fuel sensor wire on the opposite side of other two Red (Positive )
wires in connecting strip and connect the other side of the Red wire ( 6 core ) fuel sensor wire with port LLI of
connecting pad LL of MCU.
Connect one side of Brown wire (6 core )fuel sensor wire on the opposite side of other two black ground
(Negative) wires in connecting strip and connect the other side of the Brown( 6 core ) fuel sensor wire with port
LL2 of connecting pad LL of MCU.
Connect one side of Blue wire (6 core )fuel sensor wire on the opposite side of blue (fuel sensor signal ) in
connecting strip and connect the other side of the Blue wire (6 core )fuel sensor wire with port LL3 of
connecting pad LL of MCU.
Connect one side of wire Green( 6 core) fuel sensor wire on the other opposite side of 4 th No. port of
temperature signal wire in the connecting strip and connect the other side of the Green wire ( 6 core ) fuel
sensor wire with port LL4 of connecting pad LL of MCU.

Fuel Sensor connection with MCU

Main Distribution Board to MCU Connection


Required IRM & Sensors
AC CT
Power cable 4 Core
Cat 6
Spiral
Glands

Process
First check the space for insertion the cables in DB 4core cable use for Voltage measurement 1 st Red cable
with Red (220V) 2nd Yellow connected with Yellow (220V) 3 rd Blue with Blue (220) 4rh Black cable with Black
(Neutral)

AC CTs Connections
1st Ct fixed on with Red wire 1st phase
2nd Ct fixed on with Yellow wire 2st phase
3rd Ct fixed on with Blue wire 3rd phase

AC CTs RTU Connections


1st CT White Wire With Q1 and Black with Q2
2nd CT White Wire With Q3 and Black with Q4
3rd CT White Wire With Q5 and Black with Q6

Main Distribution Board (MDB) Connection Reference

Line #

MCU

Signal
Routing

Description / Type

Connector Pad & Port


Reference

Cable
Type

Cable Reference

Phase # 1 VOLTAGE (L1) HIGH VOLTAGE!

E-1

Phase # 2 VOLTAGE (L2) HIGH VOLTAGE!

E-2

Phase # 3 VOLTAGE (L3) HIGH VOLTAGE!

E-3

NEUTRAL

E-4

Load Phase # 1 AC-CT POSITIVE (AC-CT wire is


WHITE)

Q-1

Load Phase # 1 AC-CT NEGATIVE (AC-CT wire is


BLACK)

Q-2

Load Phase # 2 AC-CT POSITIVE (AC-CT wire is


WHITE)

Q-3

Load Phase # 2 AC-CT NEGATIVE (AC-CT wire is


BLACK)

Q-4

Load Phase # 3 AC-CT POSITIVE (AC-CT wire is


WHITE)

Q-5

10

Load Phase # 3 AC-CT NEGATIVE (AC-CT wire is


BLACK)

Q-6

11

reserved for future use

NA

White Brown

reserved for future use

NA

Brown

MDB to MCU

12

Red

4-Core

Green
Blue
Black
White Orange
Orange
white Green

Cat-6

Blue
white blue
Green

MDB

MDB to RTU Connections

AC Phase Voltage Sensors Connections

Wire colors Mentioned Below

ATS Connection
Required Module

ARM
Required IRM

Cat 6 Cable

1 mm cable

Spiral

Glands

Screw & Nut

1mm U Type lugs

1mm I Type lugs

ATS INTERNAL Connection

Process

Install ARM inside the ATS

Off the breakers one by one to check the CP cut.

After tracing CP cut breaker Remove wire from The breaker connect it ARM Connecting Pad B Connect port B4
and connect wire port B6 ( ARM) Insert CP cut Breaker

Trace the Delay GEN signal.

After tracing Delay gen wire Remove wire from There connect it ARM Connecting Pad B Connect port B1 and
connect wire port B3 ( ARM) Insert Back to Removal place

While DG running MC (Magnetic Contactor) for GEN should be engaged.

Check for 220 V on auxiliary coil of GEN MC and connect it with D1.

While site on CP the MC (Magnetic Contactor) for CP should be engaged.

Check for 220 V on auxiliary coil of CP MC and connect it with D3.

Connect negative 220 load with B2 .

Use White orange /orange Pair ( Cat 6 ) For Gen Battery Positive connect to MCU Connecting Pad N Port N1

Use White Green /Green Pair (Cat 6) For Gen Battery Negative connect to MCU Connecting Pad N Port N2

BAM to MCU Connection

Use Orange cable of (Cat 6 # 1) for connecting port A2 of connecting pad A of ARM with port N6 of
connecting pad N of RTU.
Use Cat 6 cable for connecting ARM to MCU.
First Use white orange cable of (Cat 6 # 1) for connecting port A1 of connecting pad A of ARM with
port N5 of connecting pad N of RTU.
Use White Green cable of (Cat 6 #1) for connecting port A3 of connecting pad A of ARM with port
F1 of connecting pad F of RTU.
Use Blue cable of(Cat 6 # 1) for connecting port A4 connecting pad A of ARM with port F2 of
connecting pad F of RTU.
Use White Orange cable of (Cat 6 # 2) for connecting port C1 of connecting pad C of ARM with port
M3 of connecting pad M of RTU.
Use Orange cable of (Cat 6 #2) for connecting port C2 of connecting pad C of ARM with port N4 of
connecting pad N of RTU.
Use White Green / Blue cable of( Cat 6 #2) for connecting port C3 of connecting pad C of ARM with
port H1 of connecting pad H of RTU.
Use White Blue /Green cable of ( Cat 6 #2) for connecting port C4 of connecting pad C of ARM with
port I-1 of connecting pad I of RTU

Types of ATS

External ATS

Internal ATS

ARM to MCU Connections

Wire colors Mentioned Below

Automated Relay Module (ARM) connection reference


Line #

Signal Routing

ARM

Description / Type

Connector Pad & Port


Reference

Cable Color/Type

NOTES

Color code check


AC Cut - IN/COMMON RELAY1
VOLTAGE!
AC Cut - OUT/NC OF RELAY1
VOLTAGE!

1
2
3
4

ATS to ACP
Module

HIGH
HIGH

GenSet Cut - IN/COMMON POINT OF RELAY 2


GenSet Cut - OUT/NC POINT OF RELAY 2

CP Magnetic Contactor Energizer Point POSITIVE

Any NEGATIVE point from ATS (NOT GROUND)


GenSet Magnetic Contactor Energizer Point
POSITIVE

B-1
B-3
B-4
B-6
D-1

RED Single Core


RED Single Core
Black Single Core
Black Single Core
1mm Single Core

D-2

1mm Single Core

D-3

1mm Single Core

ARM
Line #
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

Signal Routing

Description / Type

From ATS to Generator Battery Voltage


MCU
Generator Battery Voltage
Feedback - Delay Gen Relay
C
Feedback - AC Cut Relay
O
B
RTU Battery POSITIVE 12VDC
N
O
B
N
A
RTU Battery Negative 12VDC
O
E
R
A
S AC Status
C
D
Generator Status
R
T
Delay Generator Signal
D
T
I
AC Cut Signal
O
O
Spare-1
N
Spare-2

HIGH
VOLTAGE
CONNECTIO
In case of IPS& Deep Sea use B - 6
NS!
in place of B - 5

DO NOT USE GROUND FOR


NEGATIVE!!

CAT 6
Color Refrence

Connector Pad & Port


Reference

Number of Wires

Color

POSITIVE 12VDC
GROUND
A-1
A-2
A-3

1
1
1
1
2

A-4

C-1
C-2
C-3
C-4
-

1
1
2
2
1
1

White orange
Orange
White Green
Blue
White Blue /Green
White Brown
/Brown
White Orange
Orange
White Green/Blue
White Blue /Green
White Brown
Brown

Cable number

PUT SITE
LOAD ON
BATTERY

In case of any quarries contact:


Azeem Taj
RM North
Cell: 03458569320
Sibtain Gul
RM Central
Cell: 03445666602