A steel manufacturer operates two 200-ton bridge cranes in their melt-shop for daily operations. For production and safety improvements they requested ZAP design fixed access platforms at each end of the building so that the cab operator could wash their own windshield periodically during shift. The original building had been modified and the original crane had been replaced since design drawings were produced. Our design efforts for this scope were complemented by a 3D scan of the facility for a higher confidence that our design had taken as-built conditions into account.
Central Vacuum System A manufacturing facility seeking to improve silica dust cleaning operations requested ZAP design a central vacuum system to cover critical areas of their seven-story crushing and screening building. For a more complex manifold layout through such a congested space, ZAP was able to provide a laser scan of the facility and design […]
A manufacturing customer is replacing specialty transformers across many of their plants and the new model is heavier than the unit that had been installed before. The installation is taking place on the sixth floor of their production facility