Storage of construction materials

To construction materials do not lose their quality, it is important to follow the rules of storage and warehousing, and they must be used before the expiration date.
For vertical storage material should be based on cross-cutting wood lining and lining a rectangular or square cross-section, located in the same vertical plane.
For horizontal storage is placed on the bottom row of through-pad with a rectangular (200 x 160 mm, 150 x 100 mm) or square (100 x 100 mm, 150 x 150 mm) section. Each subsequent number is placed on the wooden-through routing section of at least 60 x 40 mm.
Tile materials (asbestos tiles, asbestos-cement corrugated and flat sheets) stored in the foot up to a maximum of 1 m
Tiles (cement-sand and clay) are placed on the edge with the pads in the stack height is also not exceed 1 m
If the steel roof is designed for long-term storage, it should be pre-cleaned of grease, proolifit on both sides and drain. For vertical storage it is placed on the edge.
Or lumber stacked in rows, or cells. In the first case the stack height does not exceed half the width, the second - the width.
Thermal insulation materials are stored in a dry place in piles no higher than 1.2 m roll roofing materials are stored in an upright position not more than 1 year. For prolonged storage roofing asphalt should be in the pits closed in the cold
indoors or under cover, and in time - in bulk on the open ground, covered with tar paper or canvas. Shelf life of bitumen - 1 year.
Binders are stored in paper bags in a dry place on a wooden platform, elevated above the ground not less than 500 mm. Shelf life - 1 year.
Grated oil paints, linseed oil, thinners and solvents are stored in tightly closed containers, poured into them by the very cork.
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