These two machines are currently based out of the Maine office and will augment Zampell’s capabilities to service its kiln clients in the pulp and paper and cement industries. By having these two machines at its disposal, it increases Zampell’s abilities to respond to emergencies with larger scopes and give Zampell the capabilities to provide full turnkey services with its own equipment.
A great additional benefit of these machines is that they are already proving to be useful in other areas. There are other positive applications in aluminum furnaces, general construction, and specialty indoor demolition. Since these machines run on electricity, there are no fumes that can provide a greater hazard to personnel during demolition. Their robotic arms also provide excellent dexterity without sacrificing impact force.
The most important benefit of these two machines, is that they will continue to improve Zampell’s overall safety. As more and more applications are found, they will help prevent injuries due to falling demolition debris and repetitive impact from manual demolition. By making sure that all employees are able to return home in the same condition that they came to work, Zampell can fulfill its ultimate mission as a family business: taking care of its people.
Zampell is a merit shop service organization that is chiefly involved with the engineering and construction of refractories and insulation within the industrial sector. It is a family-owned business that was established in 1966 and continues to grow due to its core value of quality craftsmanship. Zampell has branch offices in Massachusetts (headquarters), Maine, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Florida, Texas and Oregon. Zampell also owns the Danish subsidiaries Schmidt & Danielsen, A/S and Refcon A/S. For more information on the Zampell family of companies please visit their website at www.zampell.com or by phone at 1-877-ZAMPELL.