The storage conditions of stainless steel foil sheets are critical to their quality and service life. Here are some common storage conditions recommendations:
Temperature and Humidity: Stainless steel foil sheets should be stored in a dry, ventilated environment and avoid exposure to moisture or rain. The ideal storage temperature is around 20 degrees Celsius, and the relative humidity should be controlled below 50%.
Avoid direct sunlight: Prolonged sunlight exposure may cause discoloration or oxidation of the stainless steel foil surface.
Prevent contact with corrosive substances: Avoid direct contact between stainless steel foil plates and materials containing corrosive substances such as acids and alkalis to avoid corrosion.
Stacking method: Stainless steel foil plates should be stacked vertically or stored using special brackets or pallets to prevent deformation and damage.
Regular Inspections: Regularly check the storage condition of stainless steel foil sheets to ensure that there is no accumulation of excessive dust or contaminants.
Please note that the above are just general storage conditions recommendations. Specific storage requirements may vary depending on different stainless steel foil materials, specifications and uses. It is recommended to consult the relevant manufacturer's guidance or consult a professional for accurate storage conditions prior to use.