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New 20ft containers.. Southampton site only at the price

New 20ft  containers.. Southampton site only at the price
New 20ft  containers.. Southampton site only at the price New 20ft  containers.. Southampton site only at the price New 20ft  containers.. Southampton site only at the price
New 20ft  containers.. Southampton site only at the price
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New stocks of Green and blue ., over 100 in stock .. new low prices

  • Containers in stock most weeks in Blue or Green
  • Delivery is with HIAB crane lorry
  • Pad lock security Lock box included
  • 30 Ton spec
  • 28mm Wooden floor
  • Waste height handles for ease of opening
  • Info sheet attached
  • Delivery can be within days
These have had just one GENUINE LOADED TRIP FROM CHINA TO THE UK .

20ft Standard

Length Width Height Weight
20ft
(6.06m)
8ft
(2.44m)
8ft 6ins
(2.59m)
2.25t
(2.47t)

Full Spec:

1. External Dimensions

    Length:   6,058 MM

    Width:    2,438 MM

    Height:    2,591 MM

2. Internal Dimensions

    Length:   5,898 MM

    Width:     2,352MM

    Height:    2,393 MM

3. Internal Cubic Capacity

    33.2 CU.M.(1,173CU.FT.)

4. Ratings

    Max. Gross Wt.:  30,480KGS (67,200LBS)

    Max. Payload:     28,350KGS (62,505LBS)

    Tare Wt.:              2,130 KGS (4,695LBS)
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Dry Cargo Container
20' Steel Dry Cargo Container
Exterior
Length Width Height
20'0" 8'0" 8'6"
6.058 m 2.438 m 2.591 m
Interior
Length width Height
19'4 13/16" 7'8 19/32" 7'9 57/64"
5.898 m 2.352 m 2.385 m
Weight
MGW TARE NET
52,910 lb 5,140 lb 47,770 lb
67,200 lb 5,290 lb 61,910 lb
24,000 kg 2,330 kg 21,670 kg
30,480 kg 2,400 kg 28,080 kg
Door Opening
Width Height
7'-8 1/8" 7'-5 3/4"
2.343 m 2.280 m
CU.M CU.FT
33.1 1,169
Purpose
1.Used for all kinds of general cargo.
2.Captioned units(MGW 30,480 KG) can be coordinated from EMCU 3204073 and EISU 3568118.
 
40' Steel Dry Cargo Container
Exterior
Length Width Height
40'0" 8'0" 8'6"
12.192 m 2.438 m 2.591 m
Interior
Length Width Height
39'5 45/64" 7'8 19/32" 7'9 57/64"
12.032 m 2.352 m 2.385 m
Weight
MGW TARE NET
67,200 lb 8,820 lb 58,380 lb
30,480 kg 4,000 kg 26,480 kg
Door Opening
Width Height
7'-8 1/8" 7'-5 3/4"
2.343 m 2.280 m
CU.M CU.FT
67.5 2,385
Purpose
Used for all kinds of general cargo.
 

 

 Shiping container information / 

Advantages

Strength and durability
Shipping containers are in many ways an ideal building material. They are designed to carry heavy loads and to be stacked in high columns. They are also designed to resist harsh environments, such as on ocean-going vessels or sprayed with road salt while transported on roads. Due to their high strength, containers may be adapted for secure storage.
Modular
All shipping containers are the same width and most have two standard height and length measurements and as such they provide modular elements that can be combined into larger structures. This simplifies design, planning and transport. As they are already designed to interlock for ease of mobility during transportation, structural construction is completed by simply emplacing them. Due to the containers' modular design additional construction is as easy as stacking more containers. They can be stacked up to 12 high when empty.
Labor
The welding and cutting of steel is considered to be specialized labor and can increase construction expenses, yet overall it is still lower than conventional construction. Unlike wood frame construction, attachments must be welded or drilled to the outer skin, which is more time consuming and requires different job site equipment.
Transport
Pre-fabricated modules can also be easily transported by ship, truck or rail, because they already conform to standard shipping sizes.
Availability
Used shipping containers are available across the globe.
Expense
Many used containers are available at an amount that is low compared to a finished structure built by other labor-intensive means such as bricks and mortar — which also require larger more expensive foundations. Construction involves very little labor and used shipping containers requiring only simple modification can be purchased from major transport companies 
Foundations
Containers are designed to be supported by their four corners making a very simple foundation possible. As well the top four corners are very strong as they are intended to support a stack of other containers.
Eco-Friendly
A 40ft shipping container weights over 3,500KG. When upcycling shipping containers, thousands of kilograms of steel are saved. In addition when building with containers, the amount of traditional building materials needed (i.e. bricks and cement) are reduced.

Disadvantages

Temperature
Steel conducts heat very well; containers used for human occupancy in an environment with extreme temperature variations will normally have to be better insulated than most brick, block or wood structures.
Lack of Flexibility
Although shipping containers can be combined together to create bigger spaces, creating spaces different to their default size (either 20 or 40 foot) is expensive and time consuming.
Humidity
As noted above, single wall steel conducts heat. In temperate climates, moist interior air condenses against the steel, becoming clammy. Rust will form unless the steel is well sealed and insulated.
Construction site
The size and weight of the containers will, in most cases, require them to be placed by a crane or forklift. Traditional brick, block and lumber construction materials can often be moved by hand, even to upper stories.
Building permits
The use of steel for construction, while prevalent in industrial construction, is not widely used for residential structures. Obtaining building permits may be troublesome in some regions due to municipalities not having seen this application before. However, in the US certain shipping container homes have been built in outside of the city’s zoning code; this meant no building permits were required.
Treatment of timber floors
To meet Australian government quarantine requirements most container floors when manufactured are treated with insecticides containing copper (23–25%), chromium (38–45%) and arsenic (30–37%). Before human habitation, floors should be removed and safely disposed. Units with steel floors would be preferable, if available.
Cargo spillages
A container can carry a wide variety of cargo during its working life. Spillages or contamination may have occurred on the inside surfaces and will have to be cleaned before habitation. Ideally all internal surfaces should be abrasive blasted to bare metal, and re-painted with a nontoxic paint system.
Solvents
Solvents released from paint and sealants used in manufacture might be harmful.
Damage
While in service, containers are damaged by friction, handling collisions, and force of heavy loads overhead during ship transits. The companies will inspect containers and condemn them if there are cracked welds, twisted frames or pin holes are found, among other faults.
Weaknesses
Although the two ends of a container are extremely strong, the roof is not. A limit of 300kg is recommended.[1]

 
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