July 2016 Architect Newsletter: Learn how to design environmentally friendly storage systems

 

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JULY 2016

 

 

1. How to Design an Environmentally Friendly Storage System

Green FIling Design

When your clients demand an environmentally friendly building design, the storage systems for records and other materials must be taken into account.

This guide offers tips and best practices for designing storage systems that align to environmental strategies such as space reduction, waste reduction and green sourcing.

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2. POWER-TRAC II: Offering the Most in Storage and Safety!

POWER-TRAC II Electrical Mobile System

Mobile shelving units carry thousands of pounds of weight and operate with powerful motors. Because of this, it is essential that the units include safety features to protect the well-being of workers.

POWER-TRAC II from TAB offers the highest level of safety available in the marketplace today. Our premier high-density powered mobile shelving unit incorporates four distinct safety measures:

  • Motor current monitoring, to detect when the motor starts to draw extra current
  • Infrared carriage photo sweeps along the length of each aisle
  • Infrared aisle-entry sensors at the entrance to each shelf
  • A passive safety floor with infrared sensors running along the floor between each shelf

These safety features detect potential collisions between the shelving unit and workers, and prevent injury by immediately stopping or disabling the motor.

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3. AIA Continuing Education Seminar: Green Design Strategies

AIA CES Provider

As an educational service to architects and designers, TAB offers AIA Continuing Educational Seminars on a range of topics. Our Green Design Course features a variety of storage applications to help you understand how high-density storage can have a direct impact on our natural environment, economy, health and productivity.

Learn more and request a seminar >