Storage requirements and precautions of stainless steel elbows for stainless steel pipe fittings
Storage requirements and precautions for stainless steel pipe fittings' thermal insulation sanitary stainless steel elbows In general, select suitable sites and warehouses for thermal insulation stainless steel elbows. The site or warehouse should be located in a clean and well-drained place, away from factories and mines that produce harmful gases or dust. There should be a certain passage between the stack and the stack. The inspection channel is generally 0.5m. The access channel depends on the size of the material and the transportation machinery, generally 1.5~2.0m. 8) The bottom of the stack is raised, if the warehouse is Chaoyang cement On the ground, the height of 0.1m should be enough; if it is muddy, it should be raised by 0.2~0.5m. Small and medium-sized steel, wire rods, steel bars, medium-diameter steel pipes, steel wires and wire ropes, etc., can be stored in a well-ventilated material shed, but must be underlayed, some small steel, thin steel, steel strip, silicon steel sheet, small-diameter Or thin-walled steel pipes, various cold-rolled and cold-drawn steels, and high-priced, easily corrosive metal products can be stored in the warehouse, and the warehouse should be selected according to geographical conditions. Generally, an ordinary closed warehouse is used, that is, a warehouse with a roof, a wall, doors and windows, and a ventilation device. The warehouse requires ventilation on sunny days, and close it to prevent moisture on rainy days, and always maintain a suitable storage environment. Different types of stainless steel elbows should be stacked separately to prevent confusion and contact corrosion. Large section steels, rails, steel plates, large-diameter steel pipes, forgings, etc. can be stacked in the open air. Reasonable stacking, first put first, the principle of stacking is to stack according to varieties and specifications under the conditions of stable stacking and ensuring safety. Different types of materials must be stacked separately to prevent confusion and mutual corrosion. It is forbidden Store items that are corrosive to steel near the stack, and the bottom of the stack should be high, firm, and flat to prevent the material from being damp or deformed.