WHEN: Nights 1 through 5
LOCATION: Dairy, beer, meat (packaged and fresh), coffin islands, frozen foods, produce, produce islands, bakery, and the service deli.
CREW MEMBERS: 4-6
Rail installation can be performed with CSF supplied parts or McCue supplied parts. Parts and instructions differ.
Confirm the parts you have before proceeding:
Check your kick-off email.
Check the packaging. CSF rail is crated. McCue rail is wrapped in corrugate.
RAIL INSTALLATION PREP IS THE SAME WHETHER USING CSF OR McCUE RAIL.
LAY OUT / MARK THE FLOOR
The goal is to set the rail 1/4” from the edge of the end panel. To achieve that:
Place your speed square against the unit where you will be installing rail.
Measure 1-3/8” from the face and mark the floor at that point. Repeat on other side of the line up or on a common end panel inline.
Snap a chalk line or set your laser across these marks.
Once installed, the rail will be set 1/4” off the end panel face and allow for rail to be set as close as possible to the case without touching it.
Study the case and determine if you need corners per the “color coded” floor plan.
• The end panels on the case that the corner wraps around sets the dimension of the rail off the face of the case.
• This is a “continuous rail” installation, so the end panels set the dimension.
Spacing legs on a STRAIGHT run
• Each rail section receives 2 legs.
• NOTE the leg position on rail ends differs from leg position on rest of the run.
Hole depth should be no more than 2-3/4”
Using the Hilti Cordless Rotary Hammer, 1 crew member drills while another vacuums concrete dust.