1. Storage time
The rotation planning system should be used to shorten the storage time of rubber tubes as much as possible. If you cannot avoid long storage and cannot comply with the following recommendations, you should thoroughly inspect the rubber hose before use.
2. Physical storage conditions
The storage of rubber tubing must avoid mechanical pressure, including transition stretching, compaction or deformation, and avoiding contact with sharp or sharp objects. The rubber hose is first stored on the appropriate bracket or placed on dry ground. The rubber hose for coil packaging must be stored horizontally, and the rubber hose should not be stacked. If you cannot avoid stacking, the stack height should not cause permanent deformation of the rubber tube underneath. As a rule, try to avoid rubber tubing around columns or hooks. If the rubber hose is shipped in straight pipe, it is recommended that you store it horizontally without bending it.
3. Contact with other materials
Rubber tubing shall not be exposed to solvents, fuels, oils, fats, unstable chemicals, acids, disinfectants, or general organic liquids. Furthermore, any kind of rubber can be damaged after contact with certain materials or mixtures, including manganese, iron, copper and its alloys. Rubber tubing shall avoid contact with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or wood or cloth impregnated with miscellaneous fen oil.