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roll cage

Structure of steel tubes in an enclosed car that supports the roof should the car overturn.
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Jaguar's in-house Design and Engineering division took the standard 296bhp 2.0-litre turbocharged Chequered Flag Limited Edition convertibles and added driving lights, roll cages, racing seats, a 6-point harness, a 1.57-inch lift on a new suspension, larger brakes and off-road tyres.
In the early days, Bob managed to avoid any serious crashes which is just as well as none of the cars had roll cages or any other safety features.
Since the accident, the Sainsbury's Local store now uses a MasterMover - a device which moves loaded roll cages direct from the delivery vehicle tail lift.
Efficient distribution networks rely on the ability of production or picking processes to optimise the number of products loaded onto pallets, dollies or in roll cages. However, this can be extremely challenging when there is a range of products having different sizes, all being palletised on the same pallet.
Ride-Away's Londonderry, N.H., location is a certified structural modifier, which allows the company to install raised doors, roll cages, and lowered floors on full-size vans.
Paul Cataldo, vice president of marketing for OATSystems (www.oatsystems.com ) described Tesco's system to Modern : Instead of tagging cartons and containers, Tesco is putting a passive RFID tag on roll cages. Containers are loaded onto the cages, and then the cages are rolled through the store as inventory is put away on shelves.
Custom-built mobile dock-lifts from Transdek are providing Clares Merchandise Handling Equipment Ltd with a cost-effective means of unloading new roll cages from trailers without tail-lifts at two Tesco distribution centres.
They have been specially prepared for the rally tracks, incorporating full roll cages and a fire safety system and sport seats and harnesses.
Christian Salvesen which has its UK headquarters at Northampton will be responsible for delivering 500,000 roll cages of spare parts to 430 delivery points throughout Britain, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands.
It is designed for non-standard freight transportation conveyances, such as intermediate bulk containers (IBCs), airfreight unit load devices (ULDs), roll cages, pallets and totes.