What to look for in glass transport and storage

1. Glass must be stored in a dry room with a roof, and rainproof facilities are required during transportation and loading and unloading.

2. When storing, transporting, loading and unloading glass, the lid of the box is up and the box should not be placed flat or diagonally, but on the glass transport shelf and glass placement shelf.

3. When transporting glass, the length of the box should be parallel to the forward direction of transport, and measures should be taken to prevent tipping and sliding.

4. When the glass is shelved, measures should be taken to prevent the glass surface and edges from being damaged, and in general the glass should be shelved on a mat.

5. When the glass on the shelf is subject to wind pressure or wind blowing, it may collapse and measures should be taken to prevent the glass from being blown over by the wind according to the actual situation.

When handling glass by hand, the following provisions should be met.

1. When handling glass, its original injury may further expand, leading to glass breakage and endangering personal safety, for this reason glass should be avoided to break during the handling process.

2. When handling glass, the glass facing the wind is subject to the action of the wind, and when the glass area is large or the wind is strong, the handler may fall or fall because he cannot bear the above-mentioned load.

For this reason, handling large areas of glass should pay attention to the wind direction to ensure safety.

Glass must be stored in a dry room with a roof, in transit and loading and unloading need to have rainproof facilities.

2. When storing, transporting, loading and unloading glass, the lid of the box is up and the box should not be placed flat or tilted.

3. When transporting glass, the length of the box should be parallel to the forward direction of transport, and measures should be taken to prevent tipping and sliding.

4. When the glass is shelved, measures should be taken to prevent the glass surface and edges from being damaged, and in general the glass should be shelved on a mat.

5. When the glass on the shelf is subject to wind pressure or wind blowing, it may collapse and measures should be taken to prevent the glass from being blown over by the wind according to the actual situation.

When handling glass by hand, the following provisions should be met.

1. When handling glass, its original injury may further expand, leading to glass breakage and endangering personal safety, for this reason glass should be avoided to break during the handling process.

2. When handling glass, the glass facing the wind is subject to the action of the wind, and when the glass area is large or the wind is strong, the handler may fall or fall because he cannot bear the above-mentioned load.

For this reason, the handling of large areas of glass should pay attention to the wind direction to ensure safety.

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