The selection of the storage facility racks

Shelves are storage equipments for storing goods and it plays an important function in the warehouse. With the increasing of the freight volume, except for high bearing capacity, Storage Rack System also must own more functions and may be automated and mechanized. The shelves investments make a considerable proportion within the total investments. Shelves require a large variety of steels and nonetheless have a crucial impact around the operation pattern, so it is actually considerable to choose appropriate and financial shelves. Under the situations of remaining the shelves’ strength, stiffness and overall stability, manufacturers attempt to reduce the weight of your shelves, cut down the consumption of steel, and lessen the bearing capacity of warehouse shelves to meet the needs from the warehouse.

Prior to picking out the warehouse shelves, we will need have a excellent understanding on the shelf system’s classification, functions, positive aspects and disadvantages. Then, under the understanding of the numerous shelves and its traits, you may select the shelves according to your demands. The followings would be the steps of Pallet Racking selection:

  1. Purchasers make specifications regarding the warehouse shelving system;
  2. Suppliers draw up plans and design and style the obtainable shelf kinds;
  3. Suppliers evaluate the rationality and optimization in the plans;
  4. Quotation;
  5. Suppliers choose the proper a single shelf program;
  6. Two sides sign a contract;
  7. Designers style the shelves with detailed technical knowledge;
  8. Companies put the warehouse shelves into mass production (prepare production supplies, processing, surface treatment, packing, and so on.);
  9. Suppliers install the shelves for the purchasers;
  10. Purchasers inspect and accept the Heavy Duty Pallet Racking.

The specifications for warehouse shelves system commonly include the followings:

Warehouse plan;

Specifications, attributes and weight of the Unit (unit packaging) of the goods,

Specifications, Max dump height and bearing capacity with the per tray;

Access mod (hand access, mechanical access and automatic access) and access equipments;

Specifications of stocks;

Specifications concerning the frequency of cargo moving in and out;

Specifications in the management method;

Manage way and so on.

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How one N.Y. museum is already prepping for the next big flood

Grist

The architecture of the future is going to be a lot of bunkers and shacks. The bunkers will be for those people who want something sturdy enough to take on whatever climate change can dish out. The shacks — already perfected by generations of uninsured floodplain dwellers — will be for those who don’t even want to bother. Build it cheap enough, and why even bother crying if it gets washed away?

It comes as a surprise to absolutely no one that museums are coming down on the “bunker” side of this divide. Manhattan’s new Whitney Museum is a sign of things to come. Writes John Whitaker in The Atlantic:

[T]he new Whitney’s most intriguing feature might be one that’s gone largely unnoticed: its custom flood-mitigation system, which was designed halfway through the museum’s construction, in the aftermath of 2012’s Hurricane Sandy, when more than 5 million gallons of water…

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The Santa Barbara oil spill is already killing a lot of animals

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This story was originally published by Wired and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

On May 18, over 100,000 gallons of oil gushed onto a nine-mile stretch of California coastline. A buried pipeline ruptured next to a culvert that led to a Santa Barbara beach, sending oil straight into the water. Government officials have closed both Refugio State Beach and El Captain State Beach until early June; it’s the worst oil spill to hit the Santa Barbara coastline since 1969, when 4.2 million gallons of oil slicked the Pacific and helped trigger the modern environmental movement.

This isn’t just any beach. In the Santa Barbara Channel, cold water from the north meets warm water from the south, carrying a mosaic of unusual species. It’s almost Mediterranean, and it’s rare. Off California, massive forests of kelp — the largest type of marine algae — create “this really cool three-dimensional…

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Why are federal dollars financing this thirsty crop in Arizona?

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This story was produced through a collaboration between ProPublica and Matter.

State Route 87, the thin band of pavement that approaches the mostly shuttered town of Coolidge, Ariz., cuts through some of the least hospitable land in the country. The valley of red and brown sand is interrupted occasionally by rock and saguaro cactus. It’s not unusual for summer temperatures to top 116 degrees. And there is almost no water; this part of Arizona receives less than nine inches of rainfall each year.

Then Route 87 tacks left and the dead landscape springs to life. Barren roadside is replaced by thousands of acres of cotton fields, their bright, leafy green stalks and white, puffy bolls in neat rows that unravel for miles. It’s a vision of bounty where it would be least expected. Step into the hip-high cotton shrubs, with the soft, water-soaked dirt giving way beneath your boot soles…

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Study says street harassment is everywhere, still sucks

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Would you like a joke? Here you go:

Q: What’s just like hot garbage and hangs out all over the street?

A: Street harassers! (And also literal garbage.)

Hollaback! and Cornell University have just published the results of the largest international study of street harassment to date. (ICYMI, we wrote about the United States-focused portion of that study last month.) This great infographic sums up some of their results:

Infographic-Cornell-Version-2Hollaback! / Cornell University

Remember: Street harassment really, truly sucks — and it’s actually powerful enough to keep women off streets and public transit. Now let’s all take a deep breath and deal with our catcalling-related frustration with this excellent song from Tacocat:

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXt5n9Ni5p0]

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An inseparable friend by Vijaya Gowrisankar (Me, as a Child Poetry Series)

Silver Birch Press

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An inseparable friend
by Vijaya Gowrisankar

My childhood memories are laced with
Maths moments, my love for the subject,
passion for it, one-sided private talks

I shared all my feelings with Maths – sorrow,
happiness, doubts, fears, heart aches, conclusions,
all in return for a non-judgmental listening ear

After a tired day Maths consoled me,
cracking a difficult problem in a jiffy
boosted my self-confidence and left a smile

Maths defined me, my friendships with others,
I helped them understand nuances of problem-solving,
love echoed in my voice as I explained solutions

It was my anchor, my identity, it remains
so with all my friends — they remember
me even today, as the girl who loved Maths

Every spare moment was spent with Maths,
from morning to night, seeking solace
in solutions, it remained my strength through
growing up years, my closest companion

Image (detail) by Design Turnpike. Prints available…

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