Presented To

Department of Chemical Engineering


The development of science and technology has led to evolution of proper handling of materials such as laboratory equipments and chemicals, household equipments and office equipments.

Base on this fact, that this constructional project is carried out and needs to be preserved in the written form.

We, the group members involved in this construction, embarked on a technical research and consultation to bring out a well structured project which can serve as a storage facility. For office equipments, laboratory equipments and chemicals etc.

The information supplied in this report for the aluminum wall rack construction is recommended for future references.


This project was constructed with the desired materials of construction. The materials include aluminum, glass and wood. Aluminum was used in forming the skeleton of the structure, glass was used for the doors while wood was used in the sides, top, base and partitions.

After building the skeleton of the structure with aluminum, other materials were used and made up the complete structure. Materials like glass and wood.

Among the different types of glass available, the thick glass was used due to the fact that it offers greater resistance to hit than some thin glasses through the resistances is not much and can be broken by a fore more than fitty Newton – 50N. The glass was cut into the measured dimensions by the equipment called “diamond”. The diamond divides the glass perfectly according to the marker.

The wood used in the construction was cut with the aid of a saw and the edges smoothed with a file. Both the wood and glass were held firm in the aluminum rail with the aid of a projected rubber.

The aluminum profiles were cut with the aid of an electrically powered machine cutter though manual cutters are available but electrical cutter reduces efforts.


Title page

Letter of transmital

Approval page


Signature page




Table of contents




2.0 Literature Review

2.1 Types Of Racks

2.1.1 Wall/Mini Racks

2.1.2 Industries Racks

2.2 Rack Protection

2.2.1 Fire Protection

2.3 Materials Of Construction

2.3.1 Aluminum

2.3.2 Bronzes

2.3.3 Wood

2.3.4 Glass


3.0 Constructional Procedure

3.1 Marking Out/Measurement

3.2 Cutting Operations

3.3 Filing Operations

3.4 Drilling Operations

3.5 Milling Operations

3.6 Coupling And Nailing

3.7 The Instruments

3.7.1 The Milling Machines

3.7.2 The Drilling Machines

3.7.3 The Tape

3.7.4 The Saw

3.7.5 The Diamond

3.8 Working Diagrams

3.9 Parts Of The Rack


4.1 Discussion

4.2 Conclusion

4.3 Recommendation



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