Refrigerated Container

 

This type of container has an integral refrigeration unit for controlling the temperature inside the container. When being transported by vessel, integral units should be connected to the on-board power supply system. For transport by road and rail, most integral unit refrigeration units are operated by a generator set (genset). 

Refrigerated containers are used for goods which need to be transported at a constant temperature. Generally, they include fruit, vegetables, meat and dairy products, such as butter and cheese or chemicals and dangerous cargos needs to be transported at low temperature.

We use temperature recording devices for our shipments; thereby you can see the temperature fluctuation of your cargo. And our well-trained team will inform you and your customer periodically during the whole shipment process.

 

Dimensions

Length

Width

Height

20' reefer container

Outer

6096 mm

2370 mm

2591 mm

Sneakingly

5554 mm

2260 mm

2275 mm

Dimensions of doors

 

2237 mm

2260mm

Tonnage

Capacity

Max. Gross

Tare

Max. Carrying capacity

27000 kg

3050 kg

23950 kg

28.0 cub.m

 

40' reefer container

Outer

12192 mm

2438 mm

2591 mm

Sneakingly

11555 mm

2286 mm

2280 mm

Dimensions of doors

 

2285 mm

2245 mm

Tonnage

Capacity

Max. Gross

Tare

Max. Carrying capacity

34000 kg

4480 kg

29520 kg

67.36 cub.m

 

40' High Cube reefer container

Outer

12192 mm

2438 mm

2591 mm

Sneakingly

11578 mm

2280 mm

2896 mm

Dimensions of doors

 

2290 mm

2569 mm

Tonnage

Capacity

Max. Gross

Tare

Max. Carrying capacity

30480 kg

4370 kg

26110 kg

60.2 cub.m

 

 





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