Containers are originally designed to provide a secure structure for transporting goods around the world, in all types of weather and conditions.
When compared with other storage options, such as a garage, shed, or a heavy duty plastic container; a shipping container's steel structure is designed to withstand even the most intense abuse and climates. The doors are designed to be watertight and will keep out any moisture and dampness; as well as any unwanted guests such as mice, racoons, and even honey badgers. The strength of the steel container also won't rot or decompose.
If you have special requirements, almost all containers can be customized and modified for an additional cost. If you need additional locks and security features installed, man doors or roll up doors for your container, or even a new coat of paint, be sure and ask the seller if they can recommend a company to do the job.
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|External Dimensions||20’L x 8’W x 8’6”H||20’L x 8’W x 9’6”H||40’L x 8’W x 8’6”H||40’L x 8’W x 9’6”H|
|Int. width||7 ft 8.6 in||7 ft 8.6 in||7 ft 8.5 in||7 ft 8.6 in|
|Int. height||7 ft 10.3 in||8 ft 10.2 in||7 ft 10.2 in||8 ft 10.2 in|
|Int. length||19 ft 4.2 in||19 ft 4.2 in||39 ft 5.7 in||39 ft 5.3 in|
|Cubic vol||1173 cu ft||1,310||2389 cu ft||2694 cu ft|
|Door width||92.1 in||92.1 in||92.0 in||92.1 in|
|Door height||89.7 in||101.7 in||89.8 in||101.7 in|
|Weight||5,180 lbs||5,180 lbs||8.620 lbs||8,620 lbs|
|Max. Payload||62,020 lbs||62,020 lbs||63,030 lbs||63,030 lbs|
|Gross Weight||67,200 lbs||67,200 lbs||71,650 lbs||71,650 lbs|