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How long can the new coronavirus live on a surface, like say, a door handle, after someone infected touches it with dirty fingers? A recent study finds that the virus can survive on hard surfaces such as plastic and stainless steel for up to 72 hours and on cardboard for up to 24 hours.

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7 Critical Features To Look For in Isolation and Quarantine Area Doors

February 03, 2020

Hygiene and infection control are particularly crucial in isolation or quarantine areas where patients are infected with highly contagious diseases or viruses which need to be contained. These.

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5 Devices that Promote a Safe & Efficient Loading Dock

January 08, 2020

Efficiency at the loading dock helps eliminate unnecessary delays and keeps customers satisfied while promoting safety and productivity.

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What are the Wind Ratings & Classes for Industrial Doors

January 08, 2020

Protecting your property is one of our core values. When you add wind load options to your commercial or industrial door, you also get peace of mind during times of high winds from hurricanes and.

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4 Biggest Trends in the Cold Storage Industry

December 17, 2019

Cold storage and refrigerated warehouses are an integral part of supply chains with temperature control initiatives, and they are only getting bigger – literally – with cold storage space.

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What are the Different Door Activation Options

December 03, 2019

There is a multitude of ways to automate the activation of doors, from motion sensors, radars, pull cords, push buttons and more.

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5 Common Cold Chain Challenges

October 30, 2019

Companies in the cold chain industry have had decades to perfect the complex network used to keep cargo and products safe from the cold storage facility to its final destination. But as with any.

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Ways to Reduce Ice build-up in Cold Stores

October 30, 2019

Water and ice create dangerous slippery conditions in the loading areas with ice building up around cold store entrances. Ice also builds up around the inside of the cold store, including the.

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Cold Storage Doors: Points to Consider

April 23, 2019

Cold Storage rooms are refrigerated storage rooms with a main goal of keeping the room temperature constant, to save food spoilage, while demanding less energy from running refrigeration units.

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European VS NZ Fire Resistance Ratings: What's the Difference?

April 23, 2019

Fire resistance is an important property measured in the construction of buildings. It is the ability of a material and its assemblies to withstand the effects of fire and prevent or slow the.

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