There are four common reasons for the ineffectiveness o […]
There are four common reasons for the ineffectiveness of rubber seals: design errors, material selection errors, seal quality problems and improper use.
1) The storage temperature from ℃ to 25℃ should not be higher than 25℃. Avoid exposure to heat and sunlight. For seals removed from low temperature storage conditions, they should be left at room temperature for 10 minutes or more before application.
2) Cleaning: The seals can be cleaned with soap solution as needed. .Organic solution.Do not use sharp tools. Cleaned seals should be dry at room temperature and out of proximity to pyrogens. The environment in which rubber seals are stored should be kept clean.
3) Humidity: The relative humidity of the warehouse should be less than 70%. Avoid being too wet or too dry to allow condensation.
4) Lighting: The rubber seals should be shaded and stored, especially to avoid direct sunlight and ultraviolet rays. UV-protected bags provide optimum maintenance. Red or orange paint or film is recommended for warehouse windows.
5) Radiation: Avoid ionizing radiation damage to the seal.
6) Deformation: The rubber seal should be placed at will to prevent stretching, shrinking, other deformation, such as unsuitable suspension, stacking, etc.
7) Packing: The rubber seal can not touch the solvent. Grease. The magnetic material will destroy the rubber material. Materials for PVC packaging seals cannot be used. Seals of different materials cannot be mixed.
8) Shelf life: The shelf life of rubber parts is determined by the type of plastic material.
9) Oxygen and Ozone: Plastic materials should avoid exposure to circulating air. Can be packaged, coiled, stored in an air tight container or other suitable method for this purpose. In the storage space, there should not be machines that generate ozone, such as mercury vapor lamps, such as mercury vapor lamps. High-voltage electrical appliances are prone to sparks or static electricity.