Use vehicles that can be covered with suitable tarpaulins. The panels should preferably be covered during transport.


The panels are packaged in packs before stowing on the vehicle. To facilitate subsequent unloading, the packs are spaced by means of special trays in wood or polystyrene.


For lifting the packs, we recommend using a rocker arm with belts or straps, being careful to place wooden boards between the belts and each pack to protect the edges of the packs. Unloading by means of forklift is not recommended. Do not use chains or steel cables to lift the packs.


The panels should be stored indoors, resting on a clean, dry surface, stacking a maximum of 2/3 packs using the polystyrene trays that came with the shipment. In case of outdoor storage, it is advisable to adequately prepare the stacking area to prevent water stagnation, and to stack a maximum of two packs. The packs must be covered with tarpaulins in case of inclement weather. In fair weather conditions, we recommend removing the cover in order to ventilate the panels to prevent condensation.


The pre-coated panels are generally protected by an adhesive film to protect them from damage during transport and installation. In the case of prolonged storage and exposure to sunlight, the film should be removed to avoid damage to the panel surface and degradation of the film, which would make it difficult to remove later on.


The same instructions apply as already described for unloading. When taking the panels out of the packs, do not slide them against each other to avoid scratching.


Shavings and scraps should be removed immediately from the panels to prevent damaging the finish and the formation of rust.


Once the panels have been installed, they should be thoroughly cleaned to prevent residues damaging the surface coatings over time.