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How to transport roll covers safely.
Packaging:
Y
•  Use proper cases fitted with stable journal supports
   to protect roll covers from mechanical damage.
•  Place the rolls on the journals so that the roll covers touch
   neither floors nor walls.
•  Never lift a roll with a crane within the covering area.
   We recommend hoisting the roll by both journals with the
   appropriate equipment. This avoids damaging the roll cover’s face.
•  Avoid jerking movements, impacts and jarring.
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Temperature stability:
Y
•  Transporting and storing coated rolls at temperatures below 5°C
   call for special precautions since the roll covers will become brittle
   and extremely susceptible to mechanical damage.
•  Use either special anti-frost packaging or a thermocontainer for
   temperatures below 5°C. This helps prevent frost from damaging
   the covers.
•  Avoid extreme changes in temperature by using sufficient box
   insulation. Temperature changes may not exceed 5°C within any
   24-hour period.
Effects of chemicals:
Y
•  Eliminate any effects which chemicals may have in case
   these effects exceed the rolls’ guaranteed resistances.
recommendations for transport