25 Mar News

    In addition to metal stainless steel hoses, rubber hoses are also commonly used, and rubber will age during use, so there are restrictions on their storage and service life. Improper storage or handling can alter the physical properties of rubber products, thereby shortening the product's useful life. Excessive hardening, softening, and permanent deformation, cracks, or other surface damage can render the product ineffective. If properly stored and handled, rubber products will not change their properties over a long period of time (such as several years), however, this does not apply to unvulcanized rubber. But in daily storage, you can group according to this requirement.

    Still, rubber products won't change their parcels over a long period of time ( similar as several times), still, If duly stored and handled. But in a diurnal storehouse, you can group according to this demand.

(1) Storehouse room keep cool, dry, dust-free, and relatively voiced. Indeed if measures are taken to cover the rainfall, it isn't allowed to store outside.

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( 2) Temperature The storehouse temperature of rubber elastomer products depends on the type of elastomer. Regular rubber products should be stored in the temperature range from-10 ° to 15C, with an upper limit of 25C, above this temperature can only be used for temporary storehouse. Products using neoprene CR bear a storehouse temperature not lower than 12C. Non-vulcanized rubber products and composites bear a storehouse temperature of 15C to 25C. Both advanced and lower temperatures should be avoided.

  Products that are exposed to exorbitantly low temperatures during transport or storehouse may harden or lose adhesion and bear exposure to temperatures of 20 °C or advanced for a period of time before use or further processing, rather when unpacked before doing so to avoid the accumulation of water vapor on the product.

(3) Inner heating Rubber products must be insulated from the heat source. The heat source must be at least 1 cadence down from the stored product, and a larger distance is needed for hot air heating.

(4) Moisture Avoid storing in a sticky terrain. Condensation must be avoided, and the moisture should be lower than 65.

( 5) Lighting It's recommended to use standard incandescent light bulbs, and the product should be kept down from light exposure, especially the direct sun and strong artificial lighting with ultraviolet shafts. Storehouse room windows should be defended with a red or unheroic coating, noway blue.

(6) Ozone and Oxygen The product should be stored in a place where the gas inflow should be avoided, especially the ventilation opening. It must be packaged and stored in an unrestricted space or box. Since ozone is veritably dangerous to rubber accouterments, the storehouse room shouldn't have any ozone-generating outfit, similar to motors and other outfits that generate electrical fire or discharge. Combustion feasts and vapors also produce ozone through chemical responses, which should also be avoided.