Description of Column Pipe and Accessories
A) Pipe :
II. Thick and Thin
VI. O Rings.
VII. Power Spline Lock.
VIII. Description written on pipes.
IX. Caps and packing.
B) Accessories :
I. Top Adaptor.
II. Bottom Adaptor
III. Lowering Fixture.
V. Pump Guard: 2 Flanges, 2 Rods and Short Piece.
VI. Spanner or Wrench.
2. Packaging Criteria: Bundle wise and cubing of container.
3. Things to remember when you order :
I. No. of bundles.
II. Accessories as per specifications.
III. Top and Bottom Adaptor.
IV. Pump guard & lowering fixture.
V. Belt Wrench.
4. Handling of pipes :
I. Do not throw or drop pipes on the floor.
II. Do not drag or push the pipes from the truck bed.
III. Contact of the pipes from any shared objects should be totally avoided.
IV. The pipes should preferably be stored indoor, when this is not possible please ensure that the bundles are covered to prevent exposure from sunlight, and to reduce the effect of U.V. rays.
V. Maximum stacking height of pipes should be 7 feet.
VI. Place alternate layers of pipe at an angle of 90 Degree/perpendicular to each other with the first layer in the square shape.
VII. The pipes should be stored on level ground- Free of any sharp objects.
VIII. If the pipes of same diameter but of different classes are being stacked together place the thicker pipe below .i.e. stack heavy pipes below standard.
IX. The storage surface should be dry.
5. Installation Video :
I. Preparing the goods.
II. No sedants to be used.
IV. No tampering with power spline lock.
V. Soap water wash.
VI. Use belt spanner or wrench, not the mechanical wrench.