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Hesco barrier,also called hesco bastion.It is a modern gabion used for flood and military fortification It is made of a colpapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner.Originally designed for use on beaches and marshes for erosion and flood control.
The HESCO Bastion entails unfolding it and filling it with sand ,dirt or gravel-usually using a front end loader. The HESCO bastion come in a variety of sizes.most of the barriers can also
be stacked,and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets.And hesco barrier are even more effective than sandbags against water,which will not compromise the competence
of the latter.
Material: It is made of galvanized welded mesh, spring with other fittings,can be filled with sand, earth, cement, stone. Can be used in separate cell or some cells joint together.
HESCO Bastion Ltd has been on hand to aid civil engineers with a wide range of environmental issues for over 10 years. Originally designed to combat the effects of coastal erosion, HESCO Bastion Concertainer has since been used extensively throughout the world for other civil engineering applications.
The versatility of a HESCO Barrier Concertainer structure enables it to be used across a variety of applications such as coastal erosion, flood protection, river and bank stabilisation, retaining walls, land reinforcement and soil conservation.
A galvanized steel unit lined with geotextile fabric, HESCO Barrier Concertainer is completely assembled during manufacture, ensuring rapid installation. Available in a wide range of sizes, units can be joined and extended using the provided joining pins. The primary advantage of the product is its ability to utilise locally available fill material to rapidly construct walls and other structures with minimal manpower and resources.
Typical Applications Include:-
- Retaining Walls
- Erosion Protection
- Flood Defence
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Winning after the storm: Learnings from other disasters
Published: 30/11/2011 at 12:00 AM
Newspaper section: Business
As the flood crisis continues to dominate headlines here in Thailand,钢格板吊顶,Flood of sanctions fails to halt Syrian bloodshed-电焊石笼网, forward-looking companies are on the move to seek growth opportunities that will emerge in post-crisis business.
In this article,防洪墙-镀锌钢格板, we examine reactions and post-crisis strategies of winning companies that have successfully weathered other disasters.
There are lessons to be learned from these strategies that can be adopted by companies in Thailand.
The current flood crisis has been called Thailand's worst, in terms of both water volume and the number of people affected.
Half of the country has been affected. Over 600 fatalities have been reported to date. Views of just how bad it is vary. Some estimate that the cost of direct damage is over 150 billion Baht ($5 billion). Other executives believe this estimate could be significantly understated.
By comparison, in the case of the crisis from the tsunami in Japan, direct damage resulting from the destruction of highways and buildings was around $120 billion to $300 billion. Secondary damage from rolling electricity blackouts, declines in production due to disrupted supply chains, and revenue losses has been estimated to add another $50 billion to $180 billion. The cost of more than 12,000 lives is immeasurable.
By comparison,What comes after the flood-hesco, the current Thai flood crisis is less extreme. But it is complex in its own way with potentially significant ripple effects on almost every socioeconomic class and multiple industries.
The impact of the flood on the Thai economy is likely to be both negative and positive. In the former, we have the immediate impact on production disruption, property loss,wire mesh products, and insurance & banking losses. However, moving forward the clean-up may actually have stimulatory effects for two reasons.
Firstly, demand for lower skilled labour and all the compensation paid are likely to have an immediate stimulatory impact. Secondly, investments made in infrastructure and potential changes to trade tariffs/policies to encourage foreign investors to stay may offer the potential to change the growth trajectory of the economy in the long run.
The question then is how companies _ big and small _ can take advantage of the situation.
We have observed that in the wake of Japan's tsunami disaster, forward-looking companies in Japan moved meticulously through their emergency backup plans and returned to business quickly.
At the same time, they actively sought growth opportunities presented by the post-crisis business environment. Several common themes emerged:
- Create a separate disaster-management team Managers will be fully occupied addressing day-to-day business operations in the aftermath of the crisis. So it is critical that companies set up a separate disaster-management team _ similar to a project management office _ to focus on business recovery and communications. Communicating frequently clearly and often to all stakeholders, employees and customers is also a critical role that this team should play. Companies in Thailand can get ahead by setting up such team while waiting for water to subside.
- Segment businesses and products according to risk and opportunity Of course, some lines of business will be negatively affected by the flood. But the impact on others will be neutral, or even positive. For each business line, companies should develop an action plan that is based on both risk and future post-crisis outlook. This will allow companies to think through potential negative impacts and identify how to best seize opportunities.
- Rethink current activities It is critical that companies analyse how the disaster may change demand and consumption patterns, or otherwise alter the business landscape. This analysis must be done holistically, by looking not only at the immediate supply chain but also several steps away from the immediate goods. For example,diamond wire mesh, automakers should consider the supply and price of steel post-flood,barbed wire factory, given that there will likely be an increase in construction activities to rebuild and recover affected areas.
- Identify and position to capture business opportunities In addition to taking defensive measures, smart companies also went on the offensive and sought new opportunities for growth. Certain businesses _ for example, those focusing on infrastructure investment or consumer products that address home, convenience, or safety concerns _ can expect to expand in the wake of a disaster. On the consumer side,Tunnelling toward a city with no more flood woes-雷诺护垫, Japanese consumers modified their daily routines in response to the increased stress they faced. They engaged more frequently in activities such as "cocooning" at home and reading. They also scaled back on other activities _ most notably, making purchases related to travel, real estate,Perforating mesh, automobiles, and other durable goods. Thinking through probable changes to consumer behaviour will likely identify new business opportunities.
When companies seize these opportunities,Welded Box, more winners will emerge after the storm.
In our next few articles, we will discuss how government and businesses can respond to the crisis. We will cover concrete ideas for how companies can turn the crisis into real business opportunities,straight cut wire, as well as potential government responses _ short- and long-term measures.
Military Barriers/Hesco Bastions
The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible steel wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner,welded wire mesh panel, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.
Assembling the Hesco Bastion entails unfolding it and (if available) using a front end loader to fill it with sand, dirt or gravel. The placement of the barrier is generally very similar to the placement of a sandbag barrier or earth berm except that room must generally be allowed for the equipment used to fill the barrier. The main advantage of Military Barrier, strongly contributing to their popularity with troops and flood fighters,钢格板, is the quick and easy setup. Previously, people had to fill sandbags, a slow undertaking, with one worker filling about 20 sandbags per hour. Workers using Military Barrier and a front end loader can do ten times the work of those using sandbags.
The Hesco Barrier come in a variety of sizes. Most of the barriers can also be stacked, and they are shipped collapsed in compact sets. Example dimensions of typical configurations are 46" x 36" x 32 (1.4m x 1.1m x 9.8m) to 7 x 5 x 100 (2.1m x 1.5m x 30m).
A new system of Hesco Bastion developed specially for military use is deployed from a container, which is dragged along the line of ground where the barrier is to be formed,Expanded Mesh Machine, unfolding up to several hundred meters of barrier in minutes,树池钢格板, ready for filling with soil by a backhoe.
Filled with sand, 60 centimetres (24 inches) of barrier thickness will stop rifle bullets and shell fragments. It takes 1.5 metres (five feet) of thickness to prevent penetration by a rocket propelled grenade round. Approximately 1.2 metres (four feet) of thickness provides protection against most car bombs.
The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war,Don Mueang airport dry-hesco bastion, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.
HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn will be contributing some pictures she took while touring flooded areas. Photographs chosen for the exhibition will also be displayed online (visit www.bigcamera.co.th/Water+Empathy2011).
Military Barriers/Hesco Bastions
Last week, the Ministry of Culture issued an open invitation to members of the public to submit personal photos taken of the floods for possible display at an exhibition to be staged from December 8 to 30 on the 9th floor of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre (BACC), and from December 11 to 15 at the Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Tourism Complex in the Old City Hall in Ayutthaya.
A photo of the flooded Wat Chaiwattanaram taken by HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn.
Entitled Water+Empathy 2011, the show is being organised in tandem with the Royal Photographic Society of Thailand, the BACC, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and the Tourism Authority of Thailand. Its aim is three-fold: to amass a pictorial record of the national disaster; to highlight the indomitable spirit of Thai people as they coped with the floods and extended a helping hand to others who needed it; and to raise funds to allow the Fine Arts Department to restore sites of historic significance which have been inundated.
A host of photographers, both professional and amateur, captured the mayhem caused in various parts of the country by the ongoing floods,Flood death toll rises to 666-hesco bastion, the most destructive in living memory. While some of these images have already been widely circulated online and in the media,镀锌钢格板, many remarkable shots may have yet to be uploaded or developed.
Appeal launched for flood pics
- Published: 30/11/2011 at 12:00 AM
- Newspaper section: Life
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Flood prevention the easy way
Water flows from high areas to low. In the case of a major flood, this process can be slow and massively destructive or, according a group of Thai technical experts, it can be quick and relatively painless.
The Thailand Underground and Tunnelling Group has suggested the government invest around 200 billion baht to build a 100km-long tunnel under the eastern section of the outer ring road to prevent future flooding in and around the capital.
Suchatvee Suwansawat, TUTG chairman, yesterday said the proposed tunnel should be built from Bang Pa-in in Ayutthaya to Samut Prakan province where the water would empty into the Gulf of Thailand. It could be completed in two years.
The tunnel would be designed as a double-deck underground structure, called a multi-service flood tunnel system, and would also be equipped with hydropower generators for power production,龟甲型钢板网, Assoc Prof Suchatvee said.
The upper deck would be used as a road under normal conditions when there were no floods or during minor and moderate flooding.
The lower deck would be used as a flood drain during normal situations.
During major floods, the upper deck would be closed to traffic and turned into a floodway to help speed up drainage of run-off.
Assoc Prof Suchatvee said a similar system should also be considered for the western part of Bangkok.
Large tunnels would be practical, more effective and thus the best solution to prevent major flooding over the long run.
Prasong Tarachai, former president of the Engineering Institute of Thailand said the underground flood prevention tunnel system should be built from Nakhon Sawan.
He also suggested integrating 20 state agencies involved in the water management system and creating a more accurate water information system.
"City planning should be revised to include floodways," he said.
Adapted from a story in todays Bangkok Post by Kanana Katharangsiporn.
prevention preventing something bad from happening การป้องกันภ้ย
flow (of a liquid) to move continuously in one direction ไหล
process a series of things that happen, especially ones that result in natural changes ขบวนการ, ,การเปลี่ยนแปลง
massive very large ใหญ่มหาศาล
destructive causing great damage or harm ซึ่งเป็นการทำลาย
expert someone who has a particular skill or who knows a lot about a particular subject ผู้เชี่ยวชาญ
relatively somewhat; in comparison with someone or something similar ค่อนข้าง
tunnel an underground passage อุโมงค์
section any of the parts into which something is divided ส่วน, ส่วนที่ตัดออก, ส่วนย่อย
ring road a road that goes around a large town or city, for keeping traffic away from the town centre ถนนวงแหวนรอบนอก
capital the most important town or city of a country, usually where the central government operates from เมืองหลวง
proposed suggested as an idea for a group to consider ถูกเสนอ
empty to flow or move out from one place to another ปล่อยน้ำทิ้ง
double-deck having two levels, one on top of the other สองชั้น
multi- more than one; many มาก, หลาย
hydropower power generated by running water
generator a machine that produces electricity เครื่องกำเนิดไฟฟ้า
normal typical, usual or ordinary; what you would expect ภาวะปกติ
conditions the circumstances or situation in which people live, work or do things เหตุการณ์, สภาพการ, สถานการณ์
minor not important; small; having little influence or effect เล็กน้อย
moderate neither very great nor very small in strength, size, amount or degree ระดับปานกลาง
drain to cause water or fluid to flow out ระบายออก
situation all the circumstances and things that are happening at a particular time and in a particular place สถานการณ์
consider to give careful thought to something before making a decision พิจารณา
practical - suitable for the situation in which something is used ที่ขึ้นอยู่กับความเป็นจริง
effective producing the result that was intended ได้ผลดี
solution a way of solving a problem or dealing with a difficult situation วิธีแก้ปัญหา
the long run over a long period or time, rather than a short period ในระยะยาว
integrate to combine things of different types in one effective system รวมเข้าด้วยกัน
state government รัฐบาล
accurate correct, exact and without any mistakes ถูกต้อง, แม่นยำ
revise to change, improve, or make additions to something แก้ไข
A group of Thai technical experts are suggesting a relatively quick and painless way to prevent major floods in the future: a long tunnel.
Military Barriers/Hesco Bastions
Flood prevention the easy way
- Published: 1/12/2011 at 11:09 AM
- Online news: Easier Stuff
The QIAOSHI's Military Barriers or Hesco Bastions is a modern gabion used for flood control and military fortification. It is made of a collapsible wire mesh container and heavy duty fabric liner, and used as a temporary to semi-permanent dike or barrier against blast or small-arms. One of the less heralded life- and labor-saving devices of war, it is used on nearly every United States Military base in Iraq as well as on NATO bases in Afghanistan.
Originally published: November 10, 2011 3:19 AM Updated: November 10, 2011 7:02 AM By The Associated Press ALISA TANG (Associated Press) Quick ReadThailand tries to help companies affected by flooding, as water spreads further Photo credit: AP | Thai residents ride on the back of a truck as they cross a flooded street in Bangkok, Thailand, Thursday,Hesco Bastion-Thai confidence at 10-year low; floods hit more firms,Flood Lines, Nov. 10, 2011. The flooding began in late July and the water has reached parts of Bangkok,Hesco barrier blast wall protection, where residents are frustrated by government confusion over how much worse the flooding will get. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila) Photos (AP) -- Thailand offered more help Thursday to businesses affected by widespread flooding,Flood Barrier-Thailand tries to help companies as floods spread,Hesco barrier, as water spread deeper into Bangkok and threatened to cut off a major highway. The flooding since late July has killed 533 people,HESCO-Concerns, floodwaters rise in Bangkok, caused billions of dollars in damage, and inundated hundreds of factories north of the capital. Water draining from central and northern provinces to the sea has surrounded...
The death toll from Thailand's worst flooding in half a century reached 506 Sunday as floodwaters inched southward toward downtown Bangkok, the interior ministry said. With evacuations already affecting at least 11 of Bangkok's 50 districts, its governor,Hesco barrier-Concerns, floodwaters rise in Bangkok, Sukhumbhand Paribatra,hesco barrier, on Sunday expressed fresh concerns about even-worse flooding due to malfunctions at 14 flood gates in western Bangkok, the state-run MCOT news agency reported. Moreover, the city's flood relief operations headquarters (which has already been moved once) is now surrounded by water. Even so,Hesco barrier-Thailand tries to help companies, as floods spread, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said that there are no plans currently to move it,Flood Lines, according to MCOT. Advertisement The water continued to rise further Sunday around the city. Hints of seeming normalcy -- like all 18 subway stations operating normally, despite some station entrances being closed -- clashed against continuing concerns about the situation and the government's ability to handle it. "I don't know what the government is doing," said resident Chaiwat Rattanawitthayapol,concertina-Thailand tries to help companies as floods spread, as he shopped for water pumps and sandbags to protect his home. "They promised that water would be diverted to the east and west. ... Why is water coming closer and closer to (the) central part? I don't see any improvement." At the sprawling 27-acre Chatuchak Weekend Market, only about 10% of the booths were open. Some merchants reduced prices to draw shoppers. "There are a lot less people (who came) today. ... People are afraid of flooding," one shop owner told CNN. Meanwhile, Arun Sricharoon, the market's director, kept a close eye on the approaching waters. A 2-foot (60-centimeter) wall around the market should help prevent flooding,concertina, he said. "I think the wall is still able to handle the flood," he said. "But if water spills into the market, and if it affects the safety of shop owners, then we will announce the (market's) closure." Across the country, the flooding -- now in its third month -- has affected 25 of Thailand's 76 provinces. A Thailand Disaster and Mitigation Department report, issued Sunday and reported by MCOT, estimated about 3.1 million people have been affected and 4 million acres of farmland have been damaged. Moreover, the department said two people are believed missing and about 75 highways have closed. In the provinces of Nakhon Sawan and Ayutthaya, cleanup efforts were under way.
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