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Intermodal container or freight container (commonly shipping container or conex box, a shorthand of the Army term CONtainer EXpress) is a reusable transport and storage unit for moving products and raw materials between locations or countries; the terms container or box may be used on their own within the context of shipping. Containers manufactured to ISO specifications may be referred to as ISO containers and the term high-cube container is used for units that are taller than normal.
Intermodal container or freight container (commonly shipping container or conex box, a shorthand of the Army term CONtainer EXpress) is a reusable transport and storage unit for moving products and raw materials between locations or countries; the terms container or box may be used on their own within the context of shipping. Containers manufactured to ISO specifications may be referred to as ISO containers and the term high-cube container is used for units that are taller than normal.
Intermodal Transport of freight by two or modes of transportation. Examples are: ship-rail, rail-truck.
Intermodal Transport of freight by two or modes of transportation. Examples are: ship-rail, rail-truck.
Intermodal Transport of freight by two or modes of transportation. Examples are: ship-rail, rail-truck.
Intermodal Transport of freight by two or modes of transportation. Examples are: ship-rail, rail-truck.
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Intermodal container or freight container (commonly shipping container or conex box, a shorthand of the Army term CONtainer EXpress) is a reusable transport and storage unit for moving products and raw materials between locations or countries; the terms container or box may be used on their own within the context of shipping. Containers manufactured to ISO specifications may be referred to as ISO containers and the term high-cube container is used for units that are taller than normal.

Intermodal Transport of freight by two or modes of transportation. Examples are: ship-rail, rail-truck.


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[edit] Specifications

The following table shows the weights and dimensions of the most common types of containers. The weights and dimensions quoted below are averages. Containers of the same type of produced by different manufacturers may vary slightly in actual size and weight.

20′ container 40′ container 40′ high-cube container 45′ high-cube container
imperial metric imperial metric imperial metric imperial metric
external
dimensions
length 20′ 0″ 6.096 m 40′ 0″ 12.192 m 40′ 0″ 12.190 m 45′ 0″ 13.716 m
width 8′ 0″ 2.438 m 8′ 0″ 2.438 m 8′ 0″ 2.438 m 8′ 0″ 2.438 m
height 8′ 6″ 2.591 m 8′ 6″ 2.591 m 9′ 6″ 2.896 m 9′ 6″ 2.896 m
interior
dimensions
length 18′ 10  5.758 m 39′ 5  12.032 m 39′ 4″ 12.000 m 44′ 4″ 13.556 m
width 7′ 8  2.352 m 7′ 8  2.352 m 7′ 7″ 2.311 m 7′ 8  2.352 m
height 7′ 9  2.385 m 7′ 9  2.385 m 8′ 9″ 2.650 m 8′ 9  2.698 m
door aperture width 7′ 8 ⅛″ 2.343 m 7′ 8 ⅛″ 2.343 m 7′ 6" 2.280 m 7′ 8 ⅛″ 2.343 m
height 7′ 5 ¾″ 2.280 m 7′ 5 ¾″ 2.280 m 8′ 5″ 2.560 m 8′ 5  2.585 m
volume 1,169 ft³ 33.1 m³ 2,385 ft³ 67.5 m³ 2,660 ft³ 75.3 m³ 3,040 ft³ 86.1 m³
maximum
gross mass
66,139 lb 30,400 kg 66,139 lb 30,400 kg 68,008 lb 30,848 kg 66,139 lb 30,400 kg
empty weight 4,850 lb 2,200 kg 8,380 lb 3,800 kg 8,598 lb 3,900 kg 10,580 lb 4,800 kg
net load 61,289 lb 28,200 kg 57,759 lb 26,600 kg 58,598 lb 26,580 kg 55,559 lb 25,600 kg


[edit] Dimensions and Ratings

2.1 External Dimensions

  • Length 6,058 + 0mm 19'10 1/2" +0 - 6mm -1/4"
  • Width 2,438 + 0mm 8' +0 - 5mm -3/16"
  • Height 2,591 + 0mm 8' 6" +0 - 5mm -3/16"
  • 1) No part of the container will protrude beyond the external dimensions mentioned above.
  • 2) Maximum allowable differences between two diagonals on anyone of the following surfaces will be as follows:
    • Roof, bottom and side diagonals : 13 mm 1/2"
    • Front and rear diagonals : 10 mm 3/8"

2.2 Internal Dimensions

  • Length 5,898 + 0mm 19' 4 13/64" +0 - 6mm -1/4"
  • Width 2,350 + 0mm 7' 8 33/64" +0 - 5mm -3/16"
  • Height 2,390 + 0mm 7'10 3/32" +0 - 5mm -3/16"

2.3 Door opening dimensions

  • Width 2,338 + 0mm 7' 8 3/64" +0 - 5mm -3/16"
  • Height 2,280 + 0mm 7' 5 49/64" +0 - 5mm -3/16"

2.4 Internal cubic capacity (Nominal)

  • 33.1 cu.m 1,170 cu.ft

2.5 Forklift pockets

  • Width 360 mm 1' 2 11/64"
  • Height min. 115 mm 4 1/2"
  • Centre to centre 2,050 mm +/- 50 mm 6' 9" +/- 2"

2.6 Ratings

  • Max. Gross Weight (R) 30,480 kgs 67,200 lbs
  • Tare Weight (design) (T) 2,155 kgs 4,755 lbs
  • Max. Payload (P) 28,325 kgs 62,445 lbs
  • Tare Weight Tolerance 2%
  • ISO reference [1]

[edit] Also See

[edit] Reference

  • Wikipedia Container [2]
  • Wikipedia Shipping container architecture[3]
  • Project development with modular solutions [4]
  • Shipping Container Architecture [5]
  • The Intermodal Container FAQ:[6]
  • ISOCONTAINERS.com [7]
  • SEA BOX CONTAINER GALLERY [8]
  • European Intermodal Association EIA [9]
  • Tempo House [10]

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