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Storage

Demand for storage containers has rapidly grown globally over the years both for personal and business uses. Storage containers must have the strength suitable to withstand shipment, storage and handling. They range from large reusable steel boxes to ubiquitous corrugated boxes. Homebuilders like using storage containers to design homes or office buildings.

Manufacturing Process:

• Unrolling and cutting of steel sheets – these sheets are in coil form. They are uncoiled into flat sheets, the burr edges are removed and the sheets are cut to size

• The steel material is then de-greased and shot blast until they resemble near white metal and then primed with zinc enriched primer

• The steel used is often copper enriched

• Ionic transfer process is conducted, whereby the steel and zinc reacts to form a coating that contribute to durability that extends the lifespan of the storage container

• The sheets then undergo pressing to form front panels, side panels and roof sheets- this process includes corrugation on the side panel sheets which helps to increase the strength of the storage container side walls

• Side panel sheets are welded together

• Lashing rings are added and welded all around the storage container for strengthening

• Side panel is inverted on to the top side rail and tack welded into position

• The front corner posts are folded into shape

• Front panels are then pressed, ventilation holes are punched and two steel sheets are joined together by seam welding

• The front header and bottom rail are assembled together in a jig with the addition of top and bottom corner castings

• Rear corner post, header, sill and rear panel are assembled

• Round pipes are cut to size and assembled with door cams at each end followed by door handle saddles and power rings to aid anti-racking

• Rear corner post outer skins are punched and folded to shape and welded to rear corner post

• The door panels are fabricated by adding corrugations to flat sheet.

• Doors are assembled together with other rear-end components

• The base frame is prepared- “C” section cross members are pressed, fork pockets are fabricated and all parts are welded together.

• Roof sheets are stamped with a die that incorporates a pre-set chamber to facilitate drainage

• Main assembly is completed when the whole structure is tacked weld together

• The storage container is then shot blast followed by a second coating of primer painting and top coating and is then heat dried.

• Plastic ventilators are riveted into position over the ventilation holes

• Final inspection is completed on the storage container

Buying A Storage Container:

• Size – know ahead of time the required footage

• New or Used? – New is always the better options but there are also professional, high reputable rental companies if you choose to rent

• Buying – consider additional cost such as delivery and other incidentals

• Features – storage containers come with many options – refrigerator, lighting, shelving, vents, roll up or hinged doors

• Estimates – obtain approximately three quotations for comparison prior to making your decision

• Read the fine prints before signing the contract
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