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The Protective Measures for Large Glass Products and Small Glass Products are Different
Glass is a fragile product, so even insurance companies do not underwrite the glass transportation business. If you want to ensure that the glass products are transported to the destination intact, they must be protected. The protective measures for large glass products and small glass products are different.
Small glass products
Take the glass as an example. You should handle it gently during transportation, and don't throw it out and beat it. Specific steps are as follows:
(1) Place the package in the vertical front direction so that it is not fragile.
(2) Use white foam or cardboard pads between the bottom and the surroundings, and keep a certain distance away from each other to prevent collision and rupture. If conditions permit, you can pack it in a special carton for glasses and then pack it into a carton.
(3) If stacked in multiple layers and the transportation distance is long, a layer of white foam cushion should be laid between two to three layers to prevent shock.
(4) If the transportation distance is not far, only use thick cloth for moving.
(5) When loading the truck, it must be erected and fixed as much as possible, and the stacking height must be paid attention to to prevent the box from collapsing and breaking or breaking the glass.
(6) Be very careful when moving up and down, no matter whether it is lifting or lowering, the force should be light, not upside down.
Large glass products
Large glass products such as window glass, glass table panels, glass doors and even huge glass curtain walls, such glass products are obviously not suitable for carton and foam packaging.
Take glass windows as an example. Whether it is a small amount of transportation or a large amount of transportation, the following points must be paid attention to:
(1) Be sure to choose a professional glass transportation logistics company, so as to ensure the safety of glass transportation to the greatest extent.
(2) Before general transportation, it is necessary to ensure that multiple large pieces of glass are close to each other without leaving gaps, and wrap them with special plastic film to prevent abrasion during transportation.
(3) Due to the large volume of large flat glass and hollow glass, wooden frames need to be fixed before transportation.
(4) In addition to the large glass fixed by the wooden frame, it is loaded on the transport truck and transported to the special iron bracket on the vehicle, and the transport rope is also used to reinforce the outside.
(5) Whether it is short-distance transportation or long-distance transportation, transportation vehicles must slow down because the glass transported is bulky and fragile.
(6) If conditions permit, containers can be used to prevent the glass from falling and breaking to the maximum extent.