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White and his team of experts based on over 30 years of research on the scientific principles of wood properties and systems-based design while directing Virginia Tech s, Center for Packaging and Unit Load Design.
Summary: DUBAI - Etihad Airways, along with its Unit Load Device, or ULD, partner Jettainer, has embarked on a program to replace 3,000 containers from the original aluminium ULD fleet with environmentally friendly lightweight versions.
It allows a unit load of 150mA (a 50% increase over the minimum unit load of USB 2.
Packaging science will be housed in Virginia Tech's Center for Unit Load Design, which features a package-testing laboratory and a unit load testing laboratory.
Final Rule Radio Frequency Identification (DFARS Case 2004-D011) This final rule contains policy and a contract clause requiring contractors to affix passive radio frequency identification (RFID) tags, at the case and palletized unit load levels, when shipping certain items to certain DoD locations.
The vacuum controlling system eliminates the need for a heating system, saves energy, and does not release ozone-depleting chemicals into the earth's atmosphere," says Zhangjjng Chen, one the researchers working on the project at the Center for Unit Load and Design in the wood science and forest products department of Virginia Tech's College of Natural Resources.
According to the company, spring choice is critical to design; their Helical Spring is suited for high unit loads in static applications, the V-spring is designed for reciprocating or moderately fast rotary applications, while the Slanticoil(R) Spring features a spring force that is virtually constant over a wide deflection range.
Perfect for cartons and other smooth-bottom unit loads, Valu-Lift is smaller, easier to install, more quickly available and more affordable than other vertical lifts now available in the industry.