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wrack

1. seaweed or other marine vegetation that is floating in the sea or has been cast ashore
2. any of various seaweeds of the genus Fucus, such as F. serratus (serrated wrack)

cull, brack, wrack

A piece of lumber or brick of a quality below the lowest accepted grade or below specifications.

wrack

1. The lowest grade of softwood.
2. A cull.
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Titan Rack produces double-bar two- and four-barrel racks as well as a half rack for two barrels.
The market for 36U racks is likely to decline substantially on the Y-o-Y basis as there a few customers for these products.
It's the single most comprehensive rack document I've ever seen.
We then apply this relationship to a modeled data center, with the racks following the standard hot aisle-cold aisle arrangement, and use CFD modeling to check the agreement between the predicted and desired rack inlet temperatures.
Place the rack on to the wall, lining up the holes/ loops in the shower rack with the protruding screws.
Most racks are designed for a front entry and back exit flow path for the cooling air.
The problem with the open-column, bolt-together pallet rack is that in the short term you save money, but in the long term you'll have to keep replacing parts of it or the whole rack.
It's the corners and ends of the rack aisles that are most susceptible to a direct lift truck hit, explains Donald Heemstra, director of marketing for Steel King (800-826-0203, www.
The next important element in properly displaying your cookware racks is to never display them empty.
Because warehouse storage and material handling have a pivotal impact on a business, manufacturers and distributors often turn to storage rack specialists," said Arlin Keck, corporate engineer at Steel King, a manufacturer of pallet rack systems.
Spacesaver racks have retractable doors, which makes it easier to use adjacent racks without the doors blocking each other.
Rather than have six power racks, six bench presses, and six inclines, a modular system is more compact while providing a coach with a better view of a structured workout.