Operators regularly experience down time and increased costs when conventional means for handling and storage of coils are used in their process areas. Many industry professionals consider coil storage systems made of wood to be a misuse of valuable natural resources. Further, the wood blocks’ inevitable absorption of oil from the coils can result in costly hazardous-material disposal costs.
This paper discusses the manners in which the handling and storage of coils can be made more efficient while reducing the incidence of inner- and outer-wrap damage. The systems discussed herein have been determined by their users to be much safer than the methods they have used in the past. This paper also presents 'green' coil storage solutions that are not only constructed of recycled materials, but are also themselves recyclable.
For further information please contact:
The Philpott Rubber Company
1010 Industrial Parkway North Brunswick Ohio 44212
Phone: (330) 225-3344 Fax: (330) 225-1999
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