CONTAINER CONVERSION CASE STUDIES 10ft with anti slip floor, tool rack and shelving CS27154
The CAD drawingsThis is a particularly detailed job, with specific requests for custom built shelving and racks, to be bolted in to place in the container. Therefore we produced two CAD drawings - one for the overall plan, and the other for the shelving designs.
- New 10ft container
- Anti slip Durbar floor plate
- Removable steel reinforced 2 tier shelving, with lip and bolting plate
- Removable 3 compartment tool rack and bolting plate
- Exterior steel chaining plate
- Repainted Ultramarine blue
The ContainerThe basis of this conversion is a 10ft new build container. The container has a steel Durbar floor plate, which has a non-slip, raised pattern surface. As well as preventing slippage, it protects the timber floor of the container from spillages. The plate is seam welded to the floor.
ShelvingThis is fabricated outside the container, and is designed to be removable, but bolted into the container for safety when in use.
- Two tiers
- Each shelf measures 1900mm x 800mm
- Made from 3mm steel plate and 25mm box section
- Reinforced through middle
- Lip on outer edge
Tool RackAgain, this is fabricated outside the container, and designed to be bolted into the container when in use.
- Three compartments
- Made from 10mm steel roundbar
- Steel bolting plates
Steel RodWe welded three rows of 10mm solid steel rod around the inside of the container, to secure the shelving unit and tool rack. Then the whole interior, including the furniture, was repainted grey.
ElectricsWe installed lighting heads and dual voltage - 110v and 240v - external hook up.
The completed containerTo finish, the exterior is repainted in ultramarine blue. The container is now ready to be delivered to our client, for use as a portable workshop on the railways.