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Figure 7-2.—Truckloading platform side of a general-purpose warehouse.
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Figures 7-2 and 7-3 depict the exterior of an ideal general-purpose  warehouse. Truckloading platforms (fig. 7-2) on one side of the warehouse make sure of efficient handling of truck-hauled materials. Paving at truckloading platforms permits vans to backup to the platform to  be  loaded  or  unloaded  by  materials-handling equipment,  which  has  direct  access  to  the  plat- form  through  warehouse  doors. A carloading platform runs the full length of the  opposite  side  of  the  general-purpose warehouse  (fig.  7-3)  permitting  materials-handling equipment  to  load  and  unload  railcars  easily  from any  warehouse  door.  Warehouse  space  is  con- served by stacking the pallets on the platform. The canopy  provides  protection  from  inclement weather. Two  main  aisles  extend  the  length  of  the general-purpose  warehouse  allowing  materials- handling  equipment  to  move  without  interruption throughout the building and creating a straight line  flow  of  supplies.  Main  aisles  are  connected by  cross  aisles,  which  furnish  direct  access  to stacks  from  both  carloading  and  truckloading platforms. Figure  7-4  illustrates  the  interior  of  the warehouse and the technique of stacking material. Bays may be fitted out with pallet racks and retail bins  if  desirable.  Frequently  a  combination  of stacks, pallet racks, and retail bins is used to ac- commodate the different material categories con- tained  in  an  individual  warehouse. Refrigerated Warehouse A   refrigerated   warehouse   is   used   for   the storage  of  perishable  items.  They  are  usually divided   into   two   distinct   areas.   One   area   is designated   as   a   chill   space   in   which   the temperature  can  be  controlled  between  36°  and 46°F.  The  other  space  is  designated  as  a  freeze space in which the temperature can be controlled at  or  below  a  level  of  32°F. Figure 7-4.—Interior of a general-purpose warehouse. 7-17

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