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Stack

A unit of volume equivalent to 108 cubic feet. It is used in the sale of firewood.
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15 -- Breakfast -- Ham & cheese biscuit melt; Lunch -- Chicken nachos, nacho salad, cheeseburger, Southwest Stacker, green beans/side salad, fresh fruit/mixed fruit, milk
To achieve this, for the first time, Optima Nonwovens has integrated a height adjustment in the bridging conveyor between the stacker and cartoner.
"The stacker reclaimer will become a landmark in Kamsar, as it works over the decades ahead as a crucial part of our production system transforming bauxite into value for Guinea and for EGA."
EKKO stackers are unique and Santana Equipment is excited to be able to introduce them to both branches in Phoenix and Chicago.
Meanwhile, due to the fact that the wavelet transform may complete the itemization of the data collection, it is introduced to construct and establish the abnormal point detecting algorithm to locate the stacker's defect through the pure data processed by PCNN.
Aiken gave Stacker time to deal with medical issues before he begins serving the sentence.
Lift truck specialist Konecranes has delivered four SMV 4531 TC5 reach stackers to S.A.
When the stack was as high as the stacker would go (about 20 feet), the man in the stack would pull hay from the basket and create a rounded top.
But I have no doubt these new stacker bins will continue to be rolled out and any amount of complaining will do no good at all.
DIESEL CONSUMPTION REDUCTION The new Konecranes hybrid reach stacker will offer customers substantial cost and environmental benefits.
The new hybrid Konecranes reach stacker is being field-tested at the container terminal in Port of Helsingborg, situated at the narrowest point of the sound between Sweden and Denmark.
Summary: Project involves building a four-lane conveyor system, six 25km stacker lines and an internal stockyard road network