Platform Container

Platform Container

The flat container is designed for heavy cargo and oversized cargo. It has excess height and excess width. The container is equipped with a sturdy bottom beam structure and gooseneck groove. To facilitate the cargo fixing, the side beam is designed with a tether point. Design, platform container loading weight can be up to 40 tons.

The structure of the flat cabinet is mainly divided into: a heavy-duty bottom beam structure with a steel frame, a cork bottom beam and two fixed or foldable end walls.

When shipping the cargo, the end walls can be erected to secure the cargo; when stowed, it can be folded to save space.

The sideboards, corner posts and bottom beams of the panel cabinet are equipped with a plurality of tie rings for securing the goods.

In addition, flat containers can be equipped with columns to transport specific cargo.

Sturdy sill structure with fixed or foldable front end.

Foldable flat cabinets, usually four flat cabinets can be stacked into the size of an ordinary container to save the cost of shipping or storing empty containers.

When folded, a flat panel cabinet can be inlaid into the groove of the wooden floor of the cabinet when it is folded, so that the container can be used as a platform.

Some containers are also equipped with forklift slots. The numerous tether points on the corner posts, side beams and bottom beams allow the goods to be optimally fixed through ropes, chains, nets, etc. The maximum load of each tether point on the side beam is up to 2,000 kgs (4,410 lbs), and some even apply to 4,000 kgs (8820 lbs).

When loading a cargo in a flat cabinet, it is necessary to spread the cargo on the floor as much as possible to make full use of its load capacity.

If the container is only to be partially loaded with heavy cargo, the loading company must be consulted.

Weight restrictions and regulations for road and rail transportation must always be observed.