Material Handling Tips & Info
- Energy consumption
Well, not a real fruit - an AirPear. In a 40' ceiling room, temperatures can vary by as much as a whopping 30 degrees from floor to ceiling. The Air Pear system reduces temperature gradients that occur as warmer air rises to the ceiling and cooler air falls to the floor, creating a stratified environment that addresses this issue.
Thermal equalizer fans equalize those temperature gradients by drawing air from the ceiling down toward the floor, creating vertical air flow. As air is forced downward, it creates vortexes that flow outward from the downward column of air, mixing with each level of temperature gradient along its way to the lowest level. At the floor level, air is forced outward and up again, circulating from the walls toward the center of the air flow, continually mixing air temperatures.
When it comes to industrial workbench top types, you have almost as many alternatives as there are types of workbenches - wood, steel, laminates, poly, and more. Each type has characteristics that work better for different applications. How can you specify the right one for your situation?
In almost every warehouse, pallets are stored the floor level of a pallet rack. It's easy to drop a pallet into that slot with a lift truck, stacker, or pallet jack than it is to install beams. It's also inexpensive up-front; the floor space costs nothing.
The problem? It's from an ergonomic point of view, it's a horrible idea that causes people to stoop and bend while pulling loads from the pallet. Back strains and injuries are far more likely in these situations.