AMESA SUMINISTROS is the leading company in Spain for providing the asbestos abatement industry with materials and specialized equipment. We manufacture a broad range of quality equipment for asbestos removal: negative pressure units (NPU), modular decontamination showers, material airlocks, water management and filtration systems. We have all the equipment and materials necessary for the disassembly and removal of asbestos cement sheets, as well as for the decontamination of friable asbestos found in a wide variety of applications in industrial facilities. View products
For us, the customer is number one and we always make the maximum effort to be able to provide a service tailored to our customers’ needs and meet the deadlines and qualities required. This philosophy has resulted in a client list that includes the most important companies in the asbestos removal sector in Europe and elsewhere.
The headquarters of our activities is located in Museros, about 10 km north of the capital of Valencia. From there, we distribute the necessary materials for our clients throughout the Spanish territory and also to our dealers in Europe and elsewhere. We have extensive logistical experience and have the support of expert operators, which allows us to supply both the national market and international market. Some countries in which we are currently active are: Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Italy, South Africa and Chile.
The overall professionalism of AMESA has led to the creation of a department dedicated to carrying out periodic assessments and inspections to ensure that equipment is in the best possible condition, guaranteeing the safety of personnel and allowing them to carry out their work without incident and under the safest conditions possible.
In recent years, AMESA has specialized in manufacturing collective protective equipment: air extractors (Negative Pressure Units), watermanagement systems, modular showers and decontamination units. A project that began with the design and manufacture of a mobile watermanagement heater has resulted in a broad range of equipment for asbestos abatement. We have a professional engineering department that is dedicated to designing with the latest 3D software, in order to make efficient machines equipped with the latest technology.
We also have personal protective equipment (PPE) such as disposable clothing, gloves, fall arrest systems, safety goggles, hearing protection equipment, respiratory and facial protection. As well as special packaging, encapsulating products and class H vacuum cleaners.
Thanks to our experience, AMESA has built a wide network of contacts throughout Europe, maintaining distribution agreements with leading manufacturers and suppliers in the industry. Through our dealers, we supply materials and equipment for any type and size of asbestos abatement project. From the removal of asbestos cement boards to the dismantling and maintenance of large power plants.
Non-friable asbestos: In non-friable asbestos, the fibers are mixed with other materials, usually cement or glue. The best known application is the corrugated fiber cement boards. There are also other widespread applications such as gutters, water tanks and pipes, decorative elements and vinyl tiles. When non-friable asbestos is in good condition, there is a lower health risk.
Friable asbestos: In friable asbestos, fibers tend to detach easily, because they are not bonded to other material. Therefore, friable asbestos should always be removed or covered. Some of the most used applications are sprayed asbestos, cords, joints, insulation panels and fireproof garments.
Asbestos is a term used to refer to a series of iron, aluminum and magnesium metasilicates in fibrous form. There is a wide range of varieties, the most commonly used in construction applications are chrysotile (white asbestos), amosite (brown asbestos) and crocidolite (blue asbestos).
All varieties of asbestos are characterized by their incombustibility, good thermal insulation and resistance to high temperatures, abrasion, electrical conductivity, and microorganisms. These properties, together with its traditional low cost, made asbestos a very useful element for the construction industry.