When transporting various pipes, attention should be paid to the preparation of packaging in advance, and the standardized operation of transportation and loading should be done to avoid scratches on the pipes and bear unnecessary losses.
1. Select the appropriate tool for loading and unloading
Pipes are mostly used in the construction industry and manufacturing industry. As the standards of various industries continue to improve, the requirements for pipes are gradually increasing. There are also some pipes with polished surfaces that require special attention during loading and unloading. Generally, pipes are loaded and unloaded by hoisting method. To prevent scratches, nylon belts or steel wire ropes with spacers should be used for hoisting. It is strictly forbidden for steel wire ropes to directly contact pipes.
2. Loading and unloading needs to be stable
During the process of loading and unloading the truck, it should be steady and forceful, and it should be kept stable when it is lifted and lowered, and it should not shake back and forth. Shaking from side to side will cause the pipes to collide and squeeze each other, causing wear and scratches to the surface. Load and unload in order to avoid forced lifting of the lower pipes, resulting in impact wear.
3. Conditional protection can be carried out alone
If conditions permit, each pipe should be individually packaged and wrapped with a simple spacer, which can effectively prevent mutual wear and tear. Of course, some large pipes must be packaged separately, and should be operated in accordance with relevant requirements.
4. There are requirements for bundling during packaging
The requirements for bundling before transportation are very strict. Ordinary pipes are bundled and packaged. Pipes of the same type and specification should be bundled. Mixed bundling is not allowed to prevent different types of pipes from being bundled tightly and damaging each other. Moreover, the weight of each bundle is also limited, mainly for the safety of transportation and loading.
5. Use as much binding material as possible
In order to ensure safety and avoid loose bundles that cause pipes to collide with each other, straps should be used as required when bundling. Each bundle should reach a certain number, and tools such as snap rings should also be used to fix between bundles to prevent pipes from being damaged during transportation. Loose, falling off, scratched pipe.
6. Special pipes need to be packed in containers
Some seamless tubes and stainless steel tubes should be packaged in standard wooden or plastic boxes. Before packing, foam and isolation quilts should be placed in the boxes to avoid extrusion, and plastic sheets should be used to prevent moisture. The packing boxes may be fixed to prevent the pipe from being damaged by collision.
7. The carriage is guaranteed to be safe
Before loading, the body should be cleaned to ensure that there are no hard objects such as stones and iron blocks to avoid scratching the pipe. Sleepers should be placed on the bottom of the carriage, and spacers should be installed around the carriage to ensure that it will not be damaged during transportation. In addition, the bundled and transported pipes should be fixed around the carriage to avoid wear and tear caused by moving back and forth.