CONTAINER CONVERSION CASE STUDIES 20ft partitioned CS23592
Step 1 - Cutting door aperturesA framework for the each new door has to be made first, then apertures cut into the specified positions, ready to weld the framework into. A drip rail is also welded to the top of the aperture, so the new door can be attached.
Creating the partitionThe first step is to make a steel frame work, and weld this into the container Next we cut steel sheets using our guilllotine, which are used to fill the framework. A gap was left for the perspex window.
The perspex panelThe 600mm x 600m perspex panel cut and fitted into the partition creates a viewing area and allows more light in to both sections of the container.
Fitting the personnel doors and repainting
Once the interior of the container has been adapted, we can complete the outside, with new doors and repainting.