As we know, cast iron guardrails are of various types and shapes. Therefore, the stacking and binding of cast iron guardrails have very high technical requirements, which generally require the guidance or completion of full-time personnel. However, the quality of workers is uneven, so great attention should be paid to the binding, and strict supervision should be carried out, so as not to affect the safe transportation due to terminal discomfort. Cast iron guardrail manufacturers choose several common stacking methods of cast iron guardrail for reference.
Before loading, two to three rows of boards should be set up according to the width of cast iron guardrail, and then stacked on them head to tail. Generally speaking, it should be gradually piled up from both sides to the middle, and each cast iron guardrail in the lower layer should have two or more fixed wedges, which should be placed along both sides. The fixed wedge should be placed in front of the pile and pressed under the cast iron guardrail instead of hammering in afterwards. If you hit it with a hammer, it will be loose after stacking several layers. If it is not found in time, it will cause great trouble. If the cast iron guardrail does not rely on the wall, it needs to be wedged on both sides. For the stacking of this kind of goods, it is important to set up a locking roll, that is, to leave a space near the center line, so as to place the locking cast iron guardrail when stacking the second floor. The locking cast iron guardrail must sink to 1 / 3 of the diameter. If it is not suitable to make a locking hole, make two.
For safety reasons, if possible, the cast iron guardrail should be stacked above the second floor, so that the second floor will play a locking role to avoid movement; It should be noted that locking cast iron guardrails should be set up regardless of whether the two to three storey height is stacked or not, which should not be neglected. When stacking to the slope of the lower cabinet, it is sometimes limited by tools, or the "pyramid" stacking method is adopted at the request of the consignor, which is acceptable, but it should be paid attention to when binding.
The manufacturer of cast iron guardrail reminds: the diameter and size of cast iron guardrail are often different during stacking, so the foreman should be informed in advance before loading, and the cast iron guardrail with larger width must be piled on the bottom layer, so as to avoid the "heavy head" stowage, otherwise, the risk of "stacking down" will occur when encountering rolling during loading.