Industrial Warehouse design — Autonomous Vehicles

Planning for fire control and Fire compartmentalization

Planning for fire control and Fire compartmentalization

Planning for fire control Fire Compartmentalization or Fire Compartmentation  Fire safety and workplace design considerations References: Pickard, Q. (2002). Architect’s Handbook. Industrial Buildings, Planning for fire control. Page 219, ISBN 0-632-03925-6, Blackwell Publishing Pickard, Q. (2002). Architect’s Handbook. Industrial Buildings, Environmental compartmentation. Page 220, ISBN 0-632-03925-6, Blackwell Publishing __________________________________________________ A breakdown of all the studies have been compiled in my Warehouse design blog For convenience, I here are direct links to all the Research topics with proper reference. Introduction to modern "Bazaar" Literature Synthesis and Typology of warehouses Why the 19th century warehouse did not sustain? History Case Study of- A warehouse with over...


Loading Bay sizes, planning and Layout criteria

Loading Bay sizes, planning and Layout criteria
Loading Bay sizes, planning and Layout criteria

Industrial Pallets, Standard pallet patterns and Standard Pallet sizes

Industrial Pallets, Standard pallet patterns and Standard Pallet sizes
A pallet is a horizontal platform, typically affixed to a superstructure and a bottom deck which allows it to be lifted and moved by material handling equipment such as lift trucks and conveyors as well as to place in appropriate storage systems and transport vehicles.

Autonomous Vehicles in warehouse logistics

Autonomous Vehicles in warehouse logistics
Autonomous Vehicles in warehouse logistics- Vehicles that need no human supervision

Rat proofing/ Termite proofing

Rat proofing/ Termite proofing

Rat proofing/ Termite proofing   Importance of Rodent-Proof Construction Rats and mice cause serious damage to all kinds of structures if they are allowed access to them. Damage by rodents has been documented in homes, apartments, hotels, office complexes, retail businesses, manufacturing facilities, food processing and warehouse facilities, public utility operations (especially power and electronic media operations), farm and feed storage buildings, and other structures.   In urban settings, rodents most often cause damage to older, inner-city buildings and utilities in poor repair. New housing developments may experience commensal rodent problems, but problems are more noticeable in neighbourhoods 10 to...

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