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An ARSC in its transport wrapper being transferred by the excavator that built the stockpile from a pickup to the edge of the stockpile where it will be deployed.
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The ARSC is protected during transport and storage by its integral cruciform transport bag. Fully Packed
With its carrying handles, the bag is easy to manoeuvre and position on the ground at the edge of the stockpile half way along one edge. If it is windy it is best to place the ARSC on the upwind side. First stage opening
The transport bag is unfastened and the two sides of the ARSC are rolled out along the ground adjacent to the stockpile. It is best to fill the first water ballast tube when it has been rolled out because this secures the cover and prevents the possibility of wind movement second stage opening
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The ARSC is rolled across the plateau; this is easy because of the large diameter of the roller. Rolling out
When the covering has been completed the roller is deflated and the remaining water ballast tubes are filled.It takes 2 people about 15 minutes to deploy an ARSC, and a similar time to roll it back again.  The ground-sealing water-ballast tubes have been filled.They exert about 17 kg per linear meter.A stockpile 25m x 25m needs about 1.75 m3 water.Rainwater cannot enter an ARSC stockpile and the cover will bear the weight of adults


Un-deploying is the reverse sequence. The ballast tubes are drained, the roller is inflated and rolled back across the stockpile using the grab-straps built into the cover. It is rolled onto the transport bag, the roller is deflated, and the two arms of the cover are rolled into the bag, which is closed with its ratchet straps.