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roll cage

[′rōl ‚kāj]
(design engineering)
A frame of metal bars that is installed in a racing car around the driver's seat to protect the driver in the event of an accident.
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Both defendants do their utmost to manage the risk associated with roll cages.
An RFID reader at the store acts as a backup to catch any roll cages that made it on the wrong truck despite the alert at the DC.
Roll cages are delivered from its factory in Somerset to sections of the Tesco DCs at Daventry and Chesterfield without loading docks, so equipment is needed to lower deliveries to ground level.
City Link, a British parcel shipping company, installed Wi-Fi-based, active RFID tags on 22,000 roll cages that house and protect high-value parcels between a hub and 73 depots located across the United Kingdom.
Stuart Gill Conveyors recently installed a galvanised T1 power and free conveyor at Campina dairy to handle and store empty roll cages used to hold and deliver bottled milk into supermarkets.
NHSBT has a requirement for 2 types of roll cages which will be required to securely move NHSBT items using BMV vehicles and Warehousing consumables safely.