(From left) Sue Temple, Charlotte Brook, Nick Goodwin and Liz Brooks star in Coventry Operatic Society's production of Carousel
at the College Theatre.
At 50 feet in diameter, the carousel
is one of the largest antique rides of its kind in the world.
Thereafter, the empty vessel is positioned on carousel
2, spot "I," and the procedure starts again.
For applications where hygiene is paramount, the Syspal Carousel
has been engineered to allow effective access for cleaning with simple removable HDP side barriers and stainless steel access panels.
Using the carousel
system and KLAS, the New Mexico Talking Book Library currently manages 44,000 titles and 285,000 copies of books on recorded cassettes.
Brown claims that the carousels
sped up throughput by two-and-a-half times--from 350 or 400 picks a day per person to 900 or 1,000.
Housed in a pentagonal building with enormous glass arches all around, the carousel
itself has a diameter of 40 feet and boasts three rows of horses carved and painted with remarkable artistic detail, two chariots, and one-of-a-kind touches such as saddles carved to look like bear and wolf pelts.
systems are best known for picking individual pieces or groups of pieces.
KitchenArt, a division of Robbins Industries, is promoting the introduction of its Select-a-Spice Auto-Measure Carousel
with an unusual guarantee to retailers: If all the carousels
are not sold by the end of the year, KitchenArt will buy back the remaining inventory.
All-wool carpeting is available from Carousel
Carpet Mills, Helios Carpets and Naturlich, and cotton carpets are made by Dellinger.
Minor ingredient batching can attain a level of semiautomatic operation with a minimum use of floor space with the installation of BTI's Minors Carousel
Supporting the carousels
is a computer-aided tool management package consisting of a host computer with CRT and printer, three slaved transaction terminals (one per carousel
), and software.