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What should we pay attention to when using heavy shelves


First of all, as a heavy shelf factory that uses and sells heavy goods, the first problem we need to pay attention to is that when using heavy shelves, we should avoid safety accidents caused by heavy shelves due to heavy weight. After all, the goods on the heavy shelf are heavy. If a safety accident occurs, the consequences are unimaginable. Therefore, when we stack goods, we must strictly follow the role of lightness and be heavy at the bottom to stabilize the chassis.

In addition to the stacking rules, heavy shelf factories also need to pay attention not to be overweight, otherwise the shelves are easy to deform or damage, and there are potential safety hazards for goods and people. Therefore, this problem cannot be ignored and needs to be paid attention to. When we use and stack goods, we still need to pay attention to many problems. The first is to prevent collision. Especially when the forklift is running, our operators should be careful to avoid direct collision with the shelf.

In addition to the above problems, the heavy shelf factory also needs to pay attention to the problem that when there are shelves on the shelves, operators should not directly enter the bottom of the shelves, which is the most important thing to protect employees. In use, the tools for stacking goods must be standardized, which is also the basic operation requirement.

The use of heavy-duty shelves facilitates the placement of our daily goods and saves a lot of space, but the potential safety hazards also need special attention. Therefore, we should carefully check in the daily use process, and we can't be careless. If you want to know more, you are welcome to consult at any time.

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