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“Speedy” Office Desktop Screens/Partitions, 480mm high x 1600 mm wide in Black

  • “Speedy” Screens in Black and Royal Blue (see separate listing) are available for immediate dispatch – delivered within 5/7 working days.
  • This “Speedy” Screen/Partition is in Black 480mm high and 1600mm wide (800mm – side screen, & 1800mm widths also available – see separate listings)
  • Screens can be linked together with free linking strip provided.
  • Screens are 25mm thick and are very easy to fix to your desk/table and come with a pair of clamps.
  • Screens have a silver grey uPVC protective edge trim

“Speedy” Screens are a new range of screens which offers excellent value “Speedy” desktop screens are available in Royal Blue and black fabric. As screens are made to order on day of purchase for next day dispatch, they are non-returnable. Delivery within 5/7 working days. “Speedy” screens are covered both sides with a hard wearing woven fabric in royal blue (or black). This is a commercial grade fabric. Clamps supplied as standard ar adjustable and fit desks/tables that are between 18-32mm thick – if yours are a different thickness, please call our sales team on 01733 511030 for other options. “Speedy” screens are ideal as a desk divider or for providing privacy in call centres, offices, libraries, classrooms, etc. If you need help in choosing the right desktop screen please call our sales team on 01733 511030 who will be pleased to advise you. •Silver grey uPVC protective edge trim fitted as standard •Fabric Composition: 100% Polypropylene •Fabric is flame retardant BS 476 Part 7 Class 1; BS EN 1021-1:2014 (cigarette); BSEN 13501-1 Adhered Class B,s2, d0; BS EN 13501-1 Un-adhered Class D, s1, d2 •Fabric light fastness 6 (ISO 105-B02:2014) •Tough epoxy powder coating on metal components •5 year guarantee

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Increase in transport demand put strain on road network

Monday, 20 February 2017, 5:01 pm
Press Release: Ruapehu District Council[1]

Increase in transport demand put strain on Ruapehu road network The increased volume of trucks on Ruapehu’s road network is putting pressure on the District’s aging rural bridges and causing concerns for Council. Council has needed to advise Heavy Commercial Vehicles (HCV) to avoid travelling between SH4 and SH30 on Poro O Tarao Rd as a bridge about 1.3km north of Waimiha between Waimiha Village and Waimiha Valley Rd has weight and speed restrictions in place until further notice.

The bridge is currently restricted to 60% of Class 1 loads at a maximum speed of 10kph meaning that most loaded HCVs will not be able to cross it. Ruapehu Team Leader Land Transport Warren Furner said that last week Council received an engineer’s report after the bridge was reported as making “strange noises” as vehicles went over it. “Council’s Engineers inspecting the bridge advised the need to immediately put weight and speed restrictions in place until repairs could be affected,” he said.

“Engineers are working toward replacing damaged components to restore the bridge to its full capacity and are investigating options for a longer term solution that may include replacing the bridge.” Mr. Furner noted that the impact that increased numbers of HCV’s and High Productivity vehicles (50max) trucks would have on Ruapehu’s road network has been recognized for some time.

For example, “From 2015 it was estimated that 36,500 hectares of forestry plantation was going to start reaching maturity.” “The harvest which is starting to get underway is anticipated to yield up to 24 million tonnes of timber which needs to be transported out of the District,” he said. “Logging trucks cause as much wear and tear to our rural road network during the harvesting period as dairying and sheep and beef farms do over a lot longer period of time.”

“The bridge in question had a programmed maintenance/replacement schedule based on usage of less than 150 vehicles per day with less than 10% of these being HCVs.” “With the upsurge in forestry trucks it has been seeing around 170 vehicles per day with 30% of these being HCV’s.” Mr.

Furner said that to help compensate Council adopted a Forestry Differential Rate to support the Land Transport activity as part of the 2015-25 Long Term Plan (LTP). “This doesn’t actually mean Council has more money for road maintenance but that the forestry block owners pay a bit more in rates toward our planned work programme.” “Council will be working with NZTA to determine if the bridge can be given a special emergency classification to get government funding toward its replacement.”

(C) Scoop Media[2]

References

  1. ^ Ruapehu District Council (info.scoop.co.nz)
  2. ^ (C) Scoop Media (www.scoop.co.nz)

6pcs Micro Construction Team Vehicles Cute Fantastic Car Toys Model for Toddlers(color vary) – Price Special

6pcs Micro Construction Team Vehicles Cute Fantastic Car Toys Model for Toddlers(color vary)

  • Material: ABS material, cool and durable. Package size: 21cm(8.27″)*26cm(10.24″)*4cm(1.57″).
  • 6 pcs/pack.Specifications colors and contents may vary from illustrations, Random delivery.
  • Press on the car and pull it back, loose your hand and it will move.Others toy cars can be put on the top of excavator truck, and it would be a great fun.
  • Kids can have great fun on the floor with this toys cars. They can even have a competition for whose car is going further.
  • Warning: CHOKING HAZARD-Small parts. Not for children under 3 years old.

What’s in the box?
Small pull back and go cars X 6
How to play with it?
Remove all the package before giving it to your kids.
Press on the car and pull it back, loose your hand and it will move.
Put the mixer or other toys cars on the excavator truck and play.
Kids can have great fun on the floor with this toys cars.
They can even have a competition for whose car is going further.
What’s more?
Best Gift For Kids!
Suitable for many different gift occasions.
Ideal for bath time, gift occasions, office desk toy or display purposes. 

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