10 Feet Hard Top standart shipping container has a removable steel roof and moveable rear top rail enabling the container to be loaded from above.
• Similar in function to Open Top Containers
• Specially designed to transport heavy cargo that is best loaded by crane and cargo that extends out of the top of the container
• Equipped with a removable steel roof
• If the cargo protrudes out of the container, the roof can be removed and attached to the inside of the container
• This allows the container to be reused to carry general cargo on a possible return trip and thus reduce the cost of empty positioning
• Goods can best be secured to the interior lashing points located in the vicinity of the side walls only when the roof is on
• Some models also have a swinging header (rear top rail) to facilitate easier loading operations
• Roof opening can vary depending on the model (one or more pieces)
10ft-20ft-40ft Hard Top containers are available with following variations:
- Plywood floor
- Stainless steel floor
- High cube and half height sizes
- Alternative external height
- Dedicated internal fitting for cargo securing
- IP2 certification
- Decontaminable painting
10ft Hard Top Standard Container Specifications
Width: 2438 mm
Length: 2991 mm
Height: 2591 mm
1- TS 1356 Series 1 – Cargo Container – General Cargo Containers – For General Purposes
2- TS 1360 Series 1 – Cargo Container – Dimensions and Gross Mass
3- TS 1358 Series 1 – Cargo Container – Corner Connection Parts – Properties
4- CSC and DNV standarts
• Part 1: Offshore containers — Design, manufacture and marking, The European Standard EN 12079-1:2006 has the status of a British Standard
• Part 2: Lifting sets — Design, manufacture and marking, The European Standard EN 12079-2:2006 has the status of a British Standard
• Part 3: Periodic inspection, examination and testing , The European Standard EN 12079-3:2006 has the status of a British Standard
• ACE I , ACE II , ACE III
• Internal dimensions and weights are based on shipping line's and manufacturer's specifications. Tolerances must always be taken into account by shipper. Above mentioned details are to be considered as a guideline only.
• Weight restrictions may be considered throughout the whole transport leg. National rules and regulations for road and rail transport, capacity limitations of cranes in seaport and inland-terminals as well as other factors may overrule the possible payload of a container.
• For precise case-by-case information consult your local Freight Forwarder, Packaging Specialist or the specific shipping line you are going to book with.
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