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Deck

In futures and options, an informal term for open orders. Brokers have a deck they attempt to fill at the desired prices. A deck is the equivalent of a book on the equity market.
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Equation (10) relates the fraction of racks with heat exchangers to the desired rack inlet temperature, the air temperature rise across the rack (alternatively, the rack heat load and airflow demand), the heat exchanger effectiveness, and the water inlet temperature.
Leave roughly 10mm of the screws standing out of the wall in order to mount your rack.
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The trust's green team secured funding for the cycle racks. A total of pounds 300 towards buying the racks was secured by Sally Herbert, travel plan officer at Newcastle City Council.
Besides the United States and Canada, CETMA racks have been sold in South America, Europe, Japan and Australia.
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The Rhino Series is a compact racklifting device, in which each leg of the pallet rack is lifted only one-half inch off the floor to minimize any possible failure.
In such cases, warehouse managers might consider portable storage racks.
"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." Larson says.
Displays That Sell When setting up your cookware rack displays, don't position them across the store away from the cookware section -- they are perfect complements for each other and sell best when seen together.
The Saris Stretch Rack's two-level design can fit 10 bikes in a 6x5 foot area and is modular to allow for multiple units side by side or back to back.