Open-top Container

Open-top Container

Open-top containers are similar in structure to standardized containers and are also divided into 20 or 40 feet. Reinforced steel walls ensure stability, and top supports increase stability.

The advantage of an open-top container is better and more flexible handling when loading cargo.

Compared to standard devices, open top containers open at the top, and the tarpaulin is weatherproof, stolen or protected from falling.

The roof bracket and tarpaulin can be completely removed during loading. The upper beam can swing outward. Therefore, the cargo can be loaded from above by a crane.

The top of the open top box can be easily removed and installed. The top of the box is divided into hard top and soft top. The hard top is made of thin steel plate, and loading and unloading operations are carried out by lifting machinery. The soft top is generally made of canvas, plastic cloth or plastic-coated cloth, and it only needs to be rolled up to one end when opening the top. Suitable for loading large and heavy goods such as steel, wood, machinery, especially fragile heavy goods such as glass plates. The use of a crane to lift the cargo into the box from the top is not easy to damage the cargo, and it is also easy to fix in the box.

Open-top container containers are suitable for all standard cargo and oversized cargo. Some open-top containers are equipped with forklift slots, but you can only use a forklift slot to move the container if the container is empty.

Tether ears are provided on the top and bottom side beams and corner posts. The maximum allowable load for the design of tether lifting eyes is 2000 kgs.

The high-top open-top container is approximately 30 cm higher than the standard container and is suitable for large-volume cargo such as machines.

Generally, open-top containers are used when loading and unloading containers using similar equipment such as cranes.

Because the open-top tarpaulin can be completely removed and stored in the container along the cargo, it is very easy to load higher packaging equipment, and it is also suitable for preventing metal slabs from sagging. The legal requirements for road and rail transportation must be followed when transporting ultra-high containers.

Above the open-top cabinet is a metal steel beam that can be rotated and removed. When using a stacker to load and unload cargo, these metal steel beams can be moved or removed for loading and unloading operations.

The loading capacity of the original open top cabinet is 33% more than that of the ordinary flat cabinet.

Hardtop containers have a steel hardtop instead of tarpaulin and can be removed if necessary. If the cargo is too high, the top of the box can be stably stowed in the container along the cargo. In the case of a cargo roof, the cargo can be fixed on the side walls of the box.

The top openings of the soft open top box and the hard open top box vary by design, so you must pay attention to the size.