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How to know when you need a high speed door

3 reasons why a rapid door could suit your facility

Have you ever explored the option of high speed doors, but wondered whether your facility really needed them? You might have liked the idea of a super fast roller door letting your forklifts operate in turbo mode, but didn’t know if you could justify the investment.

The truth is (though at Remax we don’t like to admit it), not every facility needs one. Not all operations are big enough, or have a critical need for a fast, flexible, rapid roller door that can accommodate large amounts of traffic while maintaining a constant barrier against temperature loss and dust transfer.

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Tags: Movidor Rapid Roll Doors, high speed doors, warehouse efficiency, temperature control, dust control, consistent temperatures

Temperature in your Workplace

When half of your employees say their work environment is too hot, and the other half are saying it’s too cold, you can be reasonably certain you have the temperature set just right! However, invariably the extreme variances in Australia’s climate makes for substantial challenges in providing an ambient workplace, where everyone is comfortable. But what is the law around temperature control in the workplace and is there a maximum and minimum temperature that employer’s need to consider?

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Tags: work temperature, temperature control, garage temperature, consistent temperatures

Warehouse Potential Doorway Energy Saving and Costs Calculator

Did you ever wonder if there was a way to assess the potential doorway energy saving and costs for your warehouse?

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Tags: custom warehouse doors, energy consumption, energy efficient, energy loss, consistent temperatures, energy calculator, doorway calculator, cost justification, energy comparison, payback

Maintaining Consistent Wine storage conditions

According to Penfolds: "Poorly stored wines may not retain their original freshness and will most likely develop faster and less predictably than bottles that have enjoyed a constant, steady maturation process in a temperature-controlled cellar or wine cabinet. Wine is especially vulnerable to fluctuations in temperature. It is always best to transport wine in cool conditions and to store wine in an environment that minimises temperature variation."

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Tags: temperature control, Winery, wine processor, wine, wine storage, consistent temperatures, temperature stable, pick and pack, pos distribution, Wine Storage and Logistics, Climate Controlled, stable storage conditions, storage and distribution, WINE DISTRIBUTOR LOGISTIC TRANSPORTATION, wine and spirits, wine logistics, Relative Humidity, WINE DISTRIBUTOR

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