The Hollister Whitney rope gripper is one of a number of safeguards installed on an elevator. Unlike emergency devices that prevent or stop an elevator from free falling, the rope gripper prevents the elevator from over speeding in an ascending direction. The Hollister Whitney gripper consists of a pair of brake shoes held open by hydraulic pressure. When the elevator senses vertical over speed, an electric solenoid on the rope gripper is actuated and the brake shoes automatically close on the elevator suspension ropes to arrest upward travel. Engineering and placement of the mounting channels for the Hollister Whitney rope gripper, as well as wiring connections to different brands of elevators, are location dependent and subject to specifications of the particular elevator manufacturer. 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Mathews, 25, was bitterly disappointed with the way last season petered out and, along with many of his teammates, decided the best way to do something about it was to start another one. "We were filthy about it," he said. "A fair few of us decided to get stuck into training early and it hasn't been too bad. "I usually only get down to training a couple of times before Christmas, but it probably wasn't the right thing to do after last year. "We missed the finals for only the second or third time in 11 years last season and everyone is pretty keen to turn it around and have a good season. "It's a waste of time otherwise." The extra kilometres being put into the 2005 premiership defender's legs are expected to come in handy with coach Tim Sanson set to use him through the midfield this season. With inspirational captain Kade Stevens out of action following a knee reconstruction, the Panthers will look to swing the rotations with Matt Pendergast and Darryn McKimmie to get more help from the likes of Mathews, Luke Brauer, Simon Bunyan and JayBanks. "It's time a few of us took on a bit more responsibility with 'Stevo' out and others retiring over the past couple of years," he said. "I'll give it a go. "It's not easy playing on some of the half forwards in the O and M and it probably won't be easy playing in the midfield either. "These days six or eight blokes go through the centre and everyone has to step up." Despite being at Lavington for most of his career with the exception of stints at Leeton and Ainslie, Mathews is set to play his 100th match at the Panthers this season and, with wingman John Hunt, is hoping for an injury free run. 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100 Finest Grade 130207 101 Air Jordan 1 94 Retro White Black Red,Air Jordan 6 Rings Black Dark Charcoal So here's another twist to the speed limiter issue which may not have received due consideration when the Ontario Trucking Association (OTA) was developing the proposal. According to a Ministry of Transportation official, it's likely that violations of the speed limiter law (once it comes to be), will go against a carrier's CVOR rating. "If the proposed legislation is passed, it is likely violations will count against a carrier's CVOR rating," I was recently told by an MTO official. (For the full story, see the May issues of Truck News and Truck West, available next week). It's no secret that the muscle behind the proposed legislation has been the OTA, which represents the Ontario carrier community. The real proponents of the proposal have been some of Ontario's biggest carriers in many cases, the best run companies the trucking industry has to offer. Most of these carriers already employ speed control and have developed in depth safety programs. These carriers value their hard earned CVOR ratings, and I would venture to guess that the carriers in favour of speed limiter legislation collectively boast some of the best CVOR ratings in the industry. But once the new law is adopted, they run the risk of seeing those CVOR ratings go down the toilet if their owner/operators refuse to play by the new rules. I'm not by any means suggesting that owner/operators will set out to sabotage their employers' CVOR ratings by refusing to comply with the rule, once it is passed. Not only would it be illegal and unethical, but it would also come at a huge personal cost, as O/Os would be slapped with fines as for non compliance. However, I do feel that many carriers may unwittingly incur damage to their valued CVOR rating once this rule becomes law, an unintended consequence of hoisting an unpopular new legislation on an unwelcoming driver pool. Despite the MTO's promise of an educational enforcement period during which no fines will be levied against violators, I have a hunch there will be plenty of penalties doled out once the MTO cracks its whip. There will undoubtedly be a segment of the population that tries to tamper with the settings, and they will surely test the abilities (and patience) of some of Ontario's finest inspection officers. In the process, some will get busted. And in the process, their employers' CVORs will take a hit. It will be interesting to see how carriers enforce the new law within their own operations. It's simple enough to govern company equipment, but ensuring compliance amongst their owner/operators may prove more of a challenge. For owner/operators and carriers, the cost of non compliance will be high. But one could argue that it's the carriers that face the biggest risk especially those with an unblemished CVOR rating at stake. I can help but wonder how long it will be until the powers that are shoving this down the throats of truckers take aim at all the cars, suv motor homes, motor cycles and every other type of vechile on the highways of this country that seems to be lost to us a little bit at the time. Every one in favor of sppeed limiters raise your right arm. DO NOT IMPOSE RULES AND RGUTLATIONS ON THE MASSES BECAUSE OF THE ACTIONS OF A FEW PEOPLE. All you will do is spend a lot of time and taxpayer money and makeing a lot ot honest people crimanls. Case in point GUN CONTROL, any sane person has got to wonder how many billions of dollars will be wasted on this program that good have been used differently and would have made a real difference. Where are our rights as a owner operator on this issue. Aren we suppose to be living in a free country Every time I am reading the trucknews news paper , there is always something about what the OTA and the big GuyS in the industrie wants, and what they want is to dictate their own rules to everyone that are in the trucking business. What I don wont to see out there is slow moving trucks and outrageous four wheelers running those hiways like if they were on a racing track. My data port has some kind of issue. If the repair facility wishes to check my ecm the must plug into the ecm. Will the mto going to be able to ? No they will probably give me a ticket and tell me to have it fixed. ever try to chase down a electrical issue in todays trucks . I see a big dollars for the labour going out the window. I see all kinds of hand held programers for diesel pickups, what about getting some for big trucks? We could make it legal in On. then change it back outside the province? I welcome speed limiters to the trucking industry with somewhat perverse fascination. Mostly interseted in watching this social experiment play itself out to be what it will be . The art of manipulating heavy equipment on Ontario highways has become a chore at the best of times , I can only imagine what a restriction such as a capped 105 kph speed limit will do and how the future traffic pattern will manifest itself. And why 105 kph? A more practical speed would be 110kph where the flow of traffic would be less obstructed. 90kph is the speed for maximum fuel mileage if the reasoning is lessen fuel consumption. I wonder if all trucks would be condemned to the righ lane of any highway due to the inability to break rank from the crowd. They would possibly look like a row of automatoms stretching from Windsor to Cornwall and staring at each others back doors for hours on end. And what about those poor motorists capable of such incredible speeds but having to weave those speeds around and through that right lane that resembles a endless line of freight railcars. My only concern is the behaviour of other vehicles around slower trucks and if this will add to feed the fury that is motorist of 2008 You know, The ones that need to be 20 kph over the speed limit all the time with a coffee , cigarette and cellphone just a blazing. Anyone who has been travelling westbound 401, exiting at Dixie rd. and tried to move across 5 lanes of 120 kph++ traffic with a 105 kph tractor knows what I am talking about. GOOD LUCK. Highways and byways are often referred to as and liken to arteries should be free of blockage. I hope this does not create blockage or more rage and is without repercussions. I have doubts maybe when they get the limiters in we should do as we did back when we hauled to the us and go to the border and transfer the loads to ont. trucks. when will we as a industry stand up and get noticed by our goverments the farmers and fishermen go as one and get something done why cant we? as far as the remarks made by one of your readers we as a group of workers in this industry spend most of the time away from our familys and are treated as the worst of the worst. thank god i almost though driving a truck i feel sorry for the new driver comming up today. 130207 101 Air Jordan 1 94 Retro White Black Red Hello new college students! You're 17 or 18. You're a Cracked fan. You shouldn't be, we use a lot of adult language here, but I guess that's in the past now. You're an adult now, except for the legal drinking, and car rental privileges, and also understanding anything about how the world actually works. Really, you won't be much of an adult until you've known serious disappointment. Man, I can't wait to see the looks on you little shits' faces when you learn about things like payroll deductions and malaise and sweaters."Man, sweater vests." sigh But that's in the future! And you're all about the now these days, particularly the now of just killing it at your new school. I'm sure by now you're sick of hearing advice about how to survive your first week away at college. How to get along with your roommate, how to find classes on the first day, how to get a library card. People love giving advice to new college kids; step outside your dorm room, and see how long it takes for someone to hand you a pamphlet on the dangers of premarital drinking. None of this advice is bad, but it's all pretty basic. And little of it tells you what life is actually going to be like from now on. Or, more importantly, how to make that life better. That's why you're here, listening to me (you may also be procrastinating, and have simply read everything else on the Internet). I've done university, I got a couple degrees and I've even hung around campus for years after graduation, just leering and leering and learning. I'm a self proclaimed expert on college life, which, due to a lack of standardizing bodies, is the only and best kind. I know what you need to know, and in the situations where I don't, I'll use larger words, making it harder for you to tell. I decided that the best way to share my wisdom was in the form of a case study. After a quick survey, I found one of our forum members, Mike_Hambastard (probably not his real name) who is attending school for the first time this fall. I invite you to read a transcription of our conversation below, in which I drop the fruits of my brain loins all over this young scholar. ____________________ Cracked: Hi Mike Mike_Hambastard: Hi! Hey, wow, thanks for picking me. C: It's no problem. MH: It's just that there was so many of us who responded to your casting call. C: Well, we liked your moxie. MH: Like how you told us to submit a photograph of us burning a 20 dollar bill? C: Exactly. No one else did that. Why would anyone do that? Why would anyone even ask that? Big questions Mike. No answers. That's your first college tip Mike, ask questions with no answers. Makes you look smart. MH: Awesome! C: Wrong. You should have said, "Is it awesome?" MH: Sorry. C: Incorrect. "I'm sorry. Or am I?" is what we were looking for. MH: This is . tough? C: Nope, it's actually quite easy Mike. Are you having trouble keeping up? MH: I'm feeling kind of confused and a little annoyed, actually. C: And now we're having a Cracked interview. OK, let's get started. So the first thing you need to understand about college is how to reinvent yourself. MH: I need to be different? C: You don't need to be different. But you probably will be. And you'll probably want to be. MH: Why? C: You're at a unique stage in life. Until now you've had parents and teachers and the courts protect you from all of your bad decisions. A lot of what you are now is what they've made you to be. But from now on, you'll be who you make yourself to be. MH: Can I be a ninja? C: No. Come on Mike, let's be serious here. And a ninja leads an awful life, surrounded by sharp things and treachery. It's a desperate, hunted existence. You don't want to be a ninja. MH: I guess not. C: That's why you don't see them any more. They all killed each other. MH: Oh. OK, who should I be then? C: Whatever you want. MH: I don't know what I want to be. C: That's normal, and even ideal. You'll see a lot of kids your age working through this, experimenting with being skaters or stoners or girls gone wild or whatever. You don't have to pick anything right now, and really, you're probably ill equipped to do so. Really ill equipped. I'll give you an example. In my first year at college I became the guy who collected all the swords. MH: How did that happen? C: I walked by one of those sword shops and thought, "Why not me?" MH: So I should be the guy who collects swords? C: You can't be that guy any more. No one can. They don't let you have swords in dorm rooms now, I'm guessing because of the things that happened in my first year at college. MH: Oh. C: I went through three roommates. MH: Oh. C: Not "went through" went through. Not with all three anyways. Two of them just moved out; they were fine. MH: Oh. C: Not "fine" fine. They were pretty messed up mentally. MH: I'll admit to being a little concerned with the roommate thing too. More so now, in fact. C: The whole roommate thing is regrettable. Let's say that you're maybe trying to be a Proust reading cigarette enthusiast, and you've got some guy trying to be a varsity volleyball player sleeping eight feet away from you. It's just not going to work out. These semi random assignments can vary between being "awkward but basically acceptable" to "sworded assault." My only recommendations are to try not to antagonize him too much, and don't leave anything around worth stealing. Also, masturbate discretely. MH: Quiet wanking, got it. C: No, that's "discreet" masturbation. "Discrete" masturbation means "separately" or "individually." MH: So. C: Unassisted wanking. MH: You know, I feel like the more you explain to me, the less I know. C: Can't see the forest for the masturbating trees, hey? All right. So the reason we don't want you being a ninja or an edged weapon wielding co stroker, is that those are poorly chosen, immature self realizations. As you try to figure out who the new you is, you need to start small. MH: Like how? C: Just be yourself, only cooler. MH: How do I do that? C: Get a better haircut. MH: What's wrong with my haircut? C: When was the last time you changed your hairstyle? MH: I don't know. Like three or four years ago, I guess. C: You should probably do something about that. Look, I'll tell you a story. MH: Uh oh. C: For a long time, the only haircut worth having was the Zack Morris. C: And in fact, I had this haircut up until about 2003, which it turns out was about 10 years later than I should have. This didn't really do much for my social life, and may have explained why I was spending so much time hanging around sword shops, chatting with Sword Gord. MH: That's awful. C: No, that was just an honest mistake. What was awful was switching to the Rachel. MH: Holy shit. C: It turned out that that style had also gone out of fashion by that point, and was also, problematically, mainly a cut for women. So when choosing your haircut, don't read an article in a six year old Newsweek about a haircut and then ask for it sight unseen. MH: I'm still not too sure why I need a new haircut anyways. C: Because you're out in the real world now, trying to convince it to love you, and give you jobs, and, even possibly to give you love jobs. So you'd do well to start paying attention to how the real world acts and behaves and grooms its hair. C: And how you do that is by looking at the people around you. Find someone who looks like they know what they're doing. Someone draped in girls, or with a cool looking dog. Then, take their haircut. Don't actually "take it" take it. Scalping isn't cool, not currently at least. Got it. C: Right. Just keep an eye on the people around you, figure out what's cool, and be that. Apply the same advice to clothes and shoes and neck tattoos. MH: All right, so I'm now a cool looking version of myself. This means I'm getting laid all the time now, right? C: The exact definition of "all the time" will vary significantly, but in general, yes, it is a general rule that men with men's haircuts will get more sex than with other types. MH: And I'm meeting these girls at parties and keggers and such. C: Yes! But on that subject, do you actually know how to party? MH: I think so. I mean I've had a few beers. C: That's not what I asked, but sure: alcohol makes you feel cooler than you are, which is a big part of looking cooler than you are, which is the first of three steps to meeting women. MH: And the other two ste. C: Conversation, and Boasts. MH: I see. C: Drinking helps with both of those as well, to a point. That point is ever shifting, and situated on a very slippery gradient, but mapping it out is a big part of growing up, so you know, have fun with it. Just remember to not drive, or perform surgery, or talk to people on the bus sober bus people hate drunk bus people. MH: Got it. And do people actually go to school at college? C: They do. And it is important, if only because of the cost. But if you've made it in to college, you should have a handle on how to make it through to the other side. Textbooks, index cards, Dewey decimals, naughty librarians; all that's important. But there's really only one trick you need to know for the school bit. MH: What's that? C: Care. Just give a damn about school. Care enough to do the homework, care enough to go to class. MH: That sounds simple. C: You'd think. But after a night of drinks and boasts, it won't seem so simple. You'll maybe miss a class. "I'll just read the textbook later tonight to catch up," you'll say, telling yourself you learn better from the text anyways, stacking lies upon lies. And then the next class comes around, and you sit there like a monkey, watching the humans signing words that you don't understand, growing frustrated and desperately wanting a banana. And then another night of boasts comes and goes, and you miss another class deliberately this time, because you can't keep up and you promise yourself, "but this time I'll really catch up." You'd be surprised at the number of lies you can tell yourself about why you shouldn't go to class. MH: So drink to excess because it's fun, but not so much that you can't make class the next day? C: There's a certain pride you can take in forcing yourself to go to class when you're wrecked. If you ever come across any actual challenges, having the basis of a spine already in place may come in handy. MH: So, just to wrap everything up: I'm not a ninja, don't have any swords, masturbate alone. C: Also best to do that without the swords. MH: Right. And I've got a new men's haircut, a neck tattoo as current fashion dictates, I drink as necessary, and attend class. C: If you get all that right, I guarantee you'll be several steps ahead of your peers, and all those steps ahead of me at your age. MH: Of course. Any final words of advice? C: Do more things that are actually fun, and not just killing time fun. MH: What do you mean? C: Play less video games. And throw more snakes at things."HOOOOOOOOLLLLLLYYYYY SHIIIIIIIIIIIIT! SNAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE! SNAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE!" MH: What? C: There is no chance that anyone will ever be pathetic enough to look back on their youth and think: "I'm glad I played all that Call of Duty. That was time well spent. Man, I can't believe how many promotions I've earned and astronaut wives I've married thanks to the hundreds of claymore kills I got in CoD." MH: I can see that. C: "Holy shit, I can't believe I threw that snake at that thing!" you'll say to your grandchildren one day. You'll get told off by your daughter in law for swearing, and because she's kind of shrewish. But that will be fine, because you're old and you've thrown some snakes nothing she says can touch you. Do you see what I'm saying? MH: I think so. C: No you don't. But you will when you throw a snake. Or if someone throws a snake at you. It works both ways. And that's the last bit of advice: Hang out with the snake throwers. That's where life is happening. MH: Yeah? C: Some death happening too. Not gonna lie. I mean, fuck, right? They are snakes.
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