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|Material:||Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel||Bearing Bar:||Flat, Serrated, I-bar|
|Surface Treatment:||In Black Coated||Door Type:||Swing Door|
Best Quality Equine Stall Stable Doors Equipments System Products for Horses
In future planning, existing and proposed lighting (e.g., arenas or exterior buildingmounted lighting) will be evaluated for compliance with the NPS Director’s Orders and other NPS management guidelines concerning the night sky. The project proposes to use lighting systems designed to avoid effects to a dark night sky. Since the project proposes to use lighting systems designed to avoid effects to a dark night sky, no project-related adverse effects to night views are anticipated.
While the project is located in a seismically active area, existing stables buildings have not had sufficient seismic retrofit work done. Additional retrofit work, as needed, would be accomplished as part of the building rehabilitation process. New buildings would be designed and constructed to the necessary engineering specifications and to the most current seismic standards. Geotechnical evaluations would include an assessment of landslide hazard for both existing and proposed facilities. As such, the risk posed by a seismic event would be reduced under any of the implemented action alternatives compared to current conditions. Retrofits and new construction would comply with all applicable building codes implemented by the NPS.
Only one site, Golden Gate Dairy, could be affected by a tsunami. A georeferenced tsunami inundation map from the California Emergency Management Agency (2010) indicates that two structures (hay barn and main residence) and part of the main turn-out touch edge of the hypothetical inundation line. However, the map seems to suggest that the site has sufficient elevation to escape the brunt of a tsunami impact. While the low-lying areas at Golden Gate Dairy could be flooded by such waves, any new buildings would be constructed at locations higher than this level. Consequently, the risk under the project would not exceed current conditions.
The project would not be substantially affected by global warming and associated climate and sea level changes. In addition, the action alternatives incorporate sustainability elements which would reduce the stables contribution to global warming. As such, the project would have negligible to beneficial effects related to global climate change. More details regarding climate change as it relates to the project, and the Park in general, are provided in the paragraphs below.
To properly manage and care for these resources, the Park must monitor the changes as they emerge and develop new adaptive strategies to respond to these threats. Scientists and Park staff are monitoring a variety of indicators for climate change including air temperature, humidity and wind speed; water quality, quantity, temperature and salinity; sea level; and vegetation and wetland cover. These data will help Park managers understand what is happening and inform their response to ecosystem disruptions. As part of this, the Park will conduct an inventory of Park resources (both natural and cultural) and rate them for climate change risk. For buildings and facilities, the inventory will assign a climate risk index to assist in the evaluation and prioritization of maintenance projects.
The product details:
|1. Length||3000mm, 3600mm, 3800mm, 4000mm|
|2. Height||1800mm, 2200mm, 2400mm|
|3. Standing Post||OD115mm|
|4. Frame and middle brack||SHS 50x50mm|
|5. surface treatment||Hot-dipped galvanized/ (black, green, red etc) powder coatding|
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