For more than 15 years, Les Équipements JPB has drawn upon its vast expertise to realize numerous industrial safety projects a variety of activity sectors: aluminum plants, port facilities, adhesive strip laboratories, industrial warehouses, railcar maintenance workshops, dielectric testing labs, distribution centres, pharmaceutical facilities, and institutional establishments.
The knowledge and skills acquired through these diverse challenges over the years have resulted in personalized consulting and support services that our clients can count on. Furthermore, we have developed a particular expertise in product design, including our rigid rail fall arrest system, which is entirely made in Quebec. All of our projects receive our complete attention and commitment, with client safety and satisfaction being our ultimate goal.
Among our many successful projects, we are proud to include the production of the world’s longest lifeline on a water supply pipeline.
For each project, Les Équipements JPB offers a plan and specifications design service so that you may visualize the final configuration of your installation.
THE LAYOUT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING STEPS:
- 3D and 2D computer drawings, in Autocad and/or Solidworks
- Customized part shop drawings;
- Update, correction and as-built of existing drawings;
- Final drawings signed and sealed by a professional engineer.
3D renderings greatly help clients to understand the proposed solution by providing them with an overall view of the elements required to assemble the safety system. What’s more, this approach also helps to foresee any problems or obstacles that may arise during installation. The following plan illustrates an example of installation innovation: we had to create a customized support system for the space in order to attach a safety net to shield the dielectric/mechanical testing lab.
From providing your industrial safety system right through to training your employees how to use it, Les Équipements JPB offers turn-key projects and drives every stage of the project: design, development, installation and use.