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Plastic Pipes have to be stored carefully to avoid damage to them during The production method is basically the same for all thermoplastics – it is a matter of melting the material, shaping and then cooling. Plastic pipes are normally produced by extrusion, whereas fittings are produced by injection-moulding.
 Storage & Handling:
Storage and handling of pipes made from PP, PE have to follow general instructions as for thermoplastic pipes.
Storage and handling of pipes made from PP, PE have to follow general instructions as for thermoplastic pipes.
Storage heights should not exceed 1 mtr. where pipes are being piled together. Pipes may be stored in wooden/metal rakes with proper insulation to avoid damage to pipe surface.
Unless the pipes have been stabilized for UV – pipes should not be stored under the sun to avoid damage due to radiation. UV-non-stabilized Sangir PP Homo and PP-FR in natural and grey color should therefore be stored inside covered warehouses.
Damages to the surface of the pipe due to dragging or from sharp objects in storage area should be avoided.
Fittings may be stored in separate pigeon hole drums to avoid mixing and exposure to dust/sunlight.
Impact and Bending stresses should be avoided for extremely low temperature situations.
Pipes may travel telescopically however they should be properly aligned parallel to each other.
Care should be taken in extremely cold temperatures to avoid unnecessary bends or stresses during loading.
Material may be loaded into vehicles that have roper covering from sunlight and can hold the Pipes compactly to avoid unnecessary friction and damage during transport.
Larger & heavier pipes should be loaded at the bottom of the cargo then succeeded with lower sizes on them.
Coils may be transported telescopically but care should be taken to in extreme temperatures.