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Stainless steel storage and transport regulations

26 July 2012
Stainless steel storage and transport regulations


All products that produce from

Stainless steel, must be

Quality, safety and

Increased security requirements

And appearance. Proceeding from this, especially

Important is the preservation of all

Qualities of stainless steel since its

Production before production from it

Any product.


Exclusion of any chemical, mechanical

And other defects at the metallurgical

Factory stainless steel is manufactured

Practically in «laboratory» conditions.

Finished products, after very careful

Is carefully packed as follows:

Way: metal sheets are laid

Paper, and wrap the entire package

Waterproof paper and then

Stack on wooden pallets. And all

The same, high-quality stainless metal,

Which is shipped from the factory in an excellent

In spite of all these measures

Precaution, can get

Damage in several ways.


Special caution should be maintained

Yourself with stainless steel in moments of her

Loading, transportation and unloading.

For example, forklift trucks and cranes

Can damage the edges of the rolls or

Sheets. And when transporting is not quite

Strong fixing of sheet packings

May cause them to move

And destruction. Also during transportation

It is necessary to remember the protection of packaging

From the influence of atmospheric precipitation,

Dirt, dust, etc. The most risky

The operation of all is unloading,

Since In most cases, recipients

Products do not have all kinds of their own

Equipment necessary for


The best

Storage space for stainless steel

There will be a dry and clean room, otherwise,

Externally rain or condensed

Moisture and dust penetrate inside the package,

Which will cause stains on the

Sheets (the phenomenon of capillarity).

In this way

Way, with stainless steel you need

To appeal as «with a crystal vase.»

Negligent treatment necessarily leads

To its damage and marriage, which, in its

Turn will lead to additional

Monetary expenses.

24 July 2012
26 July 2012