aisleway


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aisleway

[′īl‚wā]
(civil engineering)
A passage or walkway within a factory, storage building, or shop permitting the flow of inside traffic.

aisleway

A passage or walkway within a factory, storage building, or shop permitting the flow of inside traffic. Also see aisle.
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But, John Maguire believes that modern warehouse designers and some forklift truck manufacturers now place too much emphasis on achieving the narrowest aisleways and, as a result, safety and productivity can be compromised.
At the heart of the truck is a compact axle design, which, combined with the Flexi VNA's ability to truly articulate through 2200, allows easy stacking in 1600m aisleways.
With this lift, loads can be stored in and out of rack structures using conventional rack and existing fork truck aisleways. HK Systems, 262-860-6715, www.hksystems.com
The facility had limited space available, however, so any system needed to fit in an area restricted by existing equipment and had to allow complete access to adjacent aisleways.
Other than the usual trade show etiquette of not sitting stagnant in the booth, Knudsen prefers not to have a structured display, but an interactive one that is wide open and set up as a walk-through setting with aisleways to view the product displays.
This always clogs the aisleways, inhibits deplaning, creates emergency hazards, disrupts passenger-boarding procedures and communicates a chaotic image, which raises passenger anxiety.
Barrier Rails provide an affordable alternative for safe passage along aisleways, around in-plant offices and in storage areas for employees, equipment and vehicles.
Environmental Changes: ramps, larger stalls and grab bars in rest rooms, automatic door openers, wider doors, and accessible aisleways
Louis Narrow aisleways and congested areas can be a challenge for power floor scrubbers.
I have been caught more than once in aisleways and openings that don't fit my new walker friend.