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guard rail

For an automatically operated door, a railing used to separate and control traffic passing in opposite directions through the door.
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Also, many companies have argued that the guard rails are impractical for releasing loads, hence they discarded them completely.
Incidents/Injuries: The firm has received two reports of cracked guard rails causing the mattresses and support rails to collapse.
Time was running out," a construction worker told state television as he tightened nuts on the guard rails.
That storm caused more damage to the guard rails, making extra repairs necessary.
Despite a number of guard rails and sensors to cut power to the huge machine and its pallet hoists in an emergency, Mr O'Connor was able to reach through a 50cm gap in between two guard rails to unblock the machine.
The main access to Shotley Bridge Hospital, in Consett, County Durham, was blocked by contractors' lorries, the works were not protected with guard rails, there were no ramps for pedestrians and no lighting.
The main access to Shotley Bride Hospital, in County Durham, was blocked by contractors' lorries, the works were not protected by guard rails, there were no ramps for pedestrians and no lighting.
But Alan, pictured with his catch, is moving up the carp scale after bagging a handsome 29-pounder, caught from a Peatmoor pitch fitted with front and side guard rails.
Able to accommodate southbound traffic in the mornings and northbound in the evenings through movable guard rails or other such traffic control devices, the lanes could increase the Antelope Valley Freeway's capacity by 50 percent to 70 percent while holding construction costs to a minimum, officials said.
The trucker was crushed when wind lifted his articulated lorry through guard rails and on to mudflats.
St Athan Primary School - enhanced safety provision in the vicinity of the school entrance as well as guard rails, dropped kerbs and footway and warning sign improvements.
Many signs, pavement markings, signals, guard rails and road designs do not meet minimum safety standards.