C-shaped steel is a type of steel that is not uncommon in our daily lives. Due to its high compressive strength, ability to reduce the weight of building roofs, and reduced engineering steel consumption, it is also known as economic steel. It is a new type of building material that replaces traditional steel purlins such as angle steel, channel steel, and steel pipes. The storage and management of C-shaped steel is very important, which is related to the use of C-shaped steel. So how should we store C-beams? Choose the appropriate location and warehouse
(1) The C-shaped steel site or warehouse should be kept clean, with unobstructed drainage, and away from factories and mines that produce harmful gases or dust. The site should be cleaned of weeds and all debris, and the C-shaped steel should be kept clean.
(2) Corrosive substances such as acid, alkali, salt, cement, etc. shall not be stored in the warehouse. Different types of C-shaped steel should be stacked separately to prevent confusion and contact corrosion.
(3) Large steel, steel rails, thick steel plates, large diameter steel pipes, and forgings can be stacked outdoors.
(4) Small and medium-sized steel, wire rods, steel, medium diameter steel pipes, steel wire ropes, etc. can be stored within the expected period of good ventilation.
(5) Some corrosive small-sized C-beams, thin steel plates, steel strips, silicon steel sheets, small diameter or thin-walled steel pipes, various cold-rolled and cold-drawn C-beams, and high priced metal products can be stored.
(6) The warehouse should be selected based on geographical conditions, and generally adopts a closed warehouse, which is a warehouse with tight roofs, walls, doors and windows, and equipped with ventilation devices.
(7) The warehouse should be ventilated on sunny days, sealed and moisture-proof on rainy days, and always maintain a suitable storage environment.