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the Hanger for 2nd "+"

Many class rooms are repaired at schools, thanks to the initiative of parental committees, fathers and mothers of pupils. Repair concerns, frequently, not only registrations of walls. From time to time it is required to update or supplement variety of subjects of the school equipment.

As one of ideas for such obshchepoleznyh works it is offered to equip a design going along a wall with open regiments and a hanger (the top drawing see) in which it is possible to place various things. First of all the hanger is used. In the compartments located over a hanger it is possible to put and put the most various things, for example, help library, an archival material etc. On the top shelf it is possible to put pots with flowers, various souvenirs and memorable gifts or that for pupils of the given class it is necessary to store on a kind. Is better to put this design directly ahead of a class room.

We Will consider more in detail a design of our shelves. Their length can be any. One branch is carried out from five boards. It contains hangers for clothes, a box for books, folders etc., and also the top covering intended for placing of colours or the diversified collections. The most expedient sizes: height - 130 sm, width - 100 sm, height of a box for books - 25 sm; the width of the boards used as shelves, - approximately 20 sm, width rejki for a hanger-15 see .

On rejke in the length 100 sm it is possible to place five, as a last resort, and six hooks for clothes, having arranged them through uniform intervals and having tightened screws. Thus it is necessary to consider that there should be a sufficient distance to hang up and caps.

As a material the pine with both parties pine or fur-tree boards are applied. Boards are cut off precisely according to the set size, namely so that a shelf of a box for books and rejka hangers were identical length and got just between both vertical boards. The top board lies on bokovinah. On vertical racks, on an edge turned to a wall, below corresponding site necessary for a plinth is cut. .

If there is available a material of necessary length, it is possible to do without double vertical racks. If you have only narrow boards, they keep within nearby, forming the necessary width, and, at least, from below are strongly fastened among themselves cross-section rejkami. .

For connection we can use shkanty or screws (it is possible to take and nails). For bolshej it is recommended to put to durability in junctions glue. Screws or nails should be drowned, and all available edges should be rounded an emery paper that those who will use this hanger, were not wounded.

Separate parts strongly incorporate among themselves screws so that the hanger can be prolonged for the necessary length. Besides, it can be turned across. In this case in a corner the small fenced off space is formed. .

Needless to say that connection between a hanger and a wall should be strong. For this purpose in a wall probes (a minimum on one from above and from below) which strongly incorporate to vertical boards by means of screws are established on plaster. Regiments will look narjadnee if to paint them in different colours. .

Detailed drawings show connection of parts of a rack with a wall probes. It is necessary to pay attention that probes are established in those places where they are badly visible, or where disappear the things standing in a rack.
Detailed drawings show connection of parts of a rack with a wall probes. It is necessary to pay attention that probes are established in those places where they are badly visible, or where disappear the things standing in a rack.