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Transporting Techniques for Diaphragm Type Accumulators

The transportation technology of diaphragm type batteries requires attention to multiple aspects to ensure the safety and stability of the batteries during transportation. The following are the transportation technical points for diaphragm batteries, based on the information provided in the reference article:

Preparation before transportation

Confirm battery information: Before transportation, it is necessary to confirm the type, quantity, brand, size, and other information of the battery in order to take corresponding packaging and transportation measures.

Check packaging: Check whether the packaging of the battery complies with relevant regulations and standard requirements, ensuring that the packaging material is resistant to pressure, moisture, wear, and tear.

Understand transportation regulations: Understand transportation routes, modes, and relevant regulations, especially regarding the transportation of flammable and explosive materials and dangerous goods.

Packaging requirements

Appropriate packaging: During transportation, appropriate packaging measures need to be taken for battery separators, such as using pressure resistant, moisture-proof, and wear-resistant packaging materials such as cardboard boxes, wooden boxes, and plastic drums.

Classification packaging: Battery separators should be classified, packaged, and labeled according to specifications, with anti-static labels and flammable and explosive labels affixed to ensure transportation safety.

Quantity and weight limitations: The quantity and weight of diaphragms should be limited according to the carrier’s regulations to avoid situations such as overloading and overloading.

Precautions during transportation

Temperature control: The battery separator should avoid high or low temperature environments during transportation. It is recommended that the transportation temperature range be between -20 ℃ and 50 ℃. At the same time, the transportation temperature should be kept stable to avoid external temperature interference. To control the temperature, measures such as insulation bags or insulation boxes can be used.

Moisture proof measures: During transportation, the battery separator should be avoided from being exposed to damp environments. Hygroscopic agents and other materials can be added to packaging materials to ensure dryness even in humid environments.

Prevent collisions and vibrations: During transportation, batteries should be avoided from being subjected to excessive collisions and vibrations to avoid damage. Therefore, appropriate shock-absorbing and buffering measures should be adopted in transportation vehicles.

Avoid mixing with other items: Pay special attention to avoid mixing with other flammable and explosive materials to avoid accidents.

Post transportation processing

Inspection and counting: After the battery is transported to the destination, it should be inspected and counted immediately, and the transportation records should be checked to see if the battery is damaged or leaking liquid.

Handling and reporting: If there is any damage or leakage, immediate handling and reporting should be carried out to ensure that the problem is resolved in a timely manner.


The transportation technology of diaphragm type batteries involves multiple aspects, and strict adherence to relevant regulations and standard requirements is required from pre transportation preparation to post transportation treatment. Through appropriate packaging, temperature control, moisture-proof measures, etc., the safety and stability of batteries during transportation can be ensured. At the same time, attention should also be paid to avoiding mixing with other items, preventing collisions and vibrations, etc., to ensure that the battery is not damaged during transportation.



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