(1) The lead screw manufacturer should return the lead screw (including structural parts) to the expenditure database and deposit it in a sorted manner in a timely manner. When stacking in the open air, the site should be level and well drained, with supporting pads underneath, and covered with thatch cloth. Accessories and parts can also be stored indoors.
(2) All bent or deformed levers should be straightened first, and damaged components should be repaired before they can be put into storage, otherwise they should be replaced.
(3) Lead screw manufacturers should regularly derust and prevent rust on the components of the lead screw. Anti-rust paint should be applied once a year in places with high humidity, and ordinary ones can be painted once every two years. The fasteners should be oiled. The bolts should be galvanized to prevent rust. If there is no condition for galvanizing, it should be washed with kerosene after each use and coated with engine oil to prevent rust.
(4) Tool-type scaffolding (such as portal frame, bridge frame, hanging basket, receiving table) needs to be repaired and maintained in time after removal, and supporting storage.
(5) The fasteners, nuts, backing plates, bolts and other small accessories used by the screw manufacturers are easy to lose and damage. The extra parts should be recycled and stored in time when they are installed, and they should be checked and accepted in time after they are removed. put.
(6) Lead screw manufacturers have established a sound system for the issuance, recovery, reflection, and maintenance of lead screw tool materials. According to the principles of who uses, who maintains, and who manages, they can implement quotas or leases to reduce losses.