1. Anti-rolling: When the oil drum is placed horizontally, it must be prevented from rolling, especially for an open horizontal oil drum rack or a closed or semi-closed oil drum cabinet, there must be a structure to prevent the oil drum from rolling or use a wooden wedge Wedge tight.
2. Separately-packed faucet: The oil drum should be placed on a shelf with an appropriate height, and the oil drum faucet should be placed at the lid of the barrel surface to release oil, and a container should be placed under the faucet to prevent dripping and splashing.
3. Indoor storage: barreled and canned lubricating oil should be stored in the warehouse to the extent possible to avoid the influence of climate. Lubricant that has been opened must be stored in the warehouse. When storing oil drums indoors, it is better to lie down.
4. Attention check: The oil drum should be checked regularly for leaks and the marks on the drum are clear.
5. Put the bucket upside down or tilted vertically: If the bucket must be placed upright, it is better to turn the bucket upside down so that the bucket lid is down, or tilt the bucket slightly to prevent the rain from collecting on the surface and flooding the lid. Water has an adverse effect on any lubricant.
6. Temperature effect: The temperature has a greater influence on the grease than the lubricating oil. Long-term exposure to high temperature (for example: sunlight exposure) can separate the oil components in the grease, so the grease barrel should be stored in the warehouse first , The barrel mouth should be placed upright. Temperatures that are too low or too high have an adverse effect on the lubricating oil, so it is not appropriate to store the lubricating oil in a place that is too cold or too hot for a long time.
7. Tighten in time: The mouth of the barrel containing the grease is large, and dirt and water are more likely to infiltrate. The lid should be closed immediately after use.
8. Design and maintenance requirements of oil tanks: Bulk oil stored in oil tanks is inevitably mixed with condensed water and dirt, and eventually gathers at the bottom of the tank to form a layer of sludge-like material, which makes the lubricant oil contaminated. Therefore, the design of the bottom of the tank is preferably butterfly-shaped or inclined, and a drain cock is installed to discharge the residue on time. To the extent possible, the inside of the oil tank should be cleaned regularly.