Recently, a customer asked why the garden hose pipes he bought had a few flat pipes. After ask, our salesman found that the customer bought the garden hose pipe for the first time, so there was a problem during storage, resulting in a flat hose. Next, we’ll talk about how to properly store garden hose pipes.
First of all, as a garden hose manufacturer, we will ensure that the outgoing hoses are stored under correct storage conditions and consistent with their intended use when they are out of storage and in reverse storage. We will put labels on different hoses in the warehouse. For hose assemblies with non-permanent pipe joints, such as hose assemblies with adjustable clamp-gripper structure, inspection should be carried out to ensure reliable performance of the pipe joints. The transported material is emptied before the used hose assembly is returned to storage. Attention should be paid to hoses used to transport chemicals, explosive, flammable or corrosive materials. After cleaning and before returning to storage, it should be inspected to determine its suitability for continued use.
So how should the customer store the garden hose pipe after receiving it? It shall be stored in such a way as not to withstand excessive stress, elongation or deformation, and shall avoid contact with sharp objects or the ground. Whenever possible, use storage racks to store hose products. Coiled hoses or hose assemblies should be laid flat, not stacked. If stacking is unavoidable, there should be a limit to the height of the stacking so as not to cause permanent deformation of the hoses stacking at the bottom. The coiled hose products shall not be suspended from the stakes. Hoses and hose assemblies supplied in a straight state shall be stored flat and shall not bend. Large diameter hoses used in the petroleum industry should be installed at the end.
It is hoped that customers who buy garden hose pipes for the first time will pay attention to these points and store the hoses correctly.