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Container Housing, Converted Container, Modified Container manufacturer / supplier in China, offering Modified Shipping Container Dormitory (SHS-mc-housing001), Flat Pack Office Container for Modular Meetingroom (shs-fp-office066), Office Container/ Two Story Office/Prefab Office/Mobile House (shs-mh-office050) and so on.

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Modified Shipping Container Dormitory (SHS-mc-housing001)

FOB Price: US $7,000 / Piece
Min. Order: 1 Piece
Min. Order FOB Price
1 Piece US $7,000/ Piece
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Production Capacity: 200 Units Per Month
Transport Package: Container
Payment Terms: L/C, T/T, D/P, Paypal

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Basic Info
  • Model NO.: SHS-mc-housing001
  • Usage: Warehouse, Villa, Dormitories, Temporary Offices, Workshop, Equipment Cabin
  • Customized: Customized
  • Insulation: Glass Wool
  • Floor Board: Fiber Cement or Magnesium Board
  • Specification: 20ft, 30ft, 40ft
  • HS Code: 94060000
  • Material: Container
  • Certification: ISO, SGS
  • Color: Blue
  • Frame: Crs ( Cold Rolled Steel )
  • Trademark: Haicheng
  • Origin: Shanghai
Product Description
Container Modifications:
Shipping containers have monocoque bodies. The corrugation panels (roof, sides, and back), floor, purlins, front doors, frame, and rails form an integrated structural skin. They are strong and made to carry floor loads far in excess of what is required for typical home construction. But, when you modify them, cutting holes or penetrating members, they are weakened. Regardless of what level of modification your shipping container home design calls for, it is recommended to review with a structural engineer or architect.

Modified Shipping Container Dormitory (SHS-mc-housing001)
As we said above, when cutting a shipping container or removing any of the paneling, it's structural integrity is compromised. As an extreme example, consider the removal of all a container's corrugated paneling along the length of one side (see the images below). Without reinforcement, the container deforms and then fails structurally. As a general rule, whenever you remove portions of the panelized corrugation, steel framing will be required to frame out the opening. In addition, column and roof support will be necessary depending on the size of the opening(s) and roof/wind loads.
Modified Shipping Container Dormitory (SHS-mc-housing001)
Steel cutting, framing, and welding is a large part of shipping container home design and construction. Typically, steel construction is not used much in single family or smaller home design because of expense. Cost of steel vs. wood/light gauge framing is substantial and the labor cost for steel vs. Carpentry is also higher. To combat this, it is best to have as much of the welding and reinforcing done off-site before setting the containers on site and starting the interior fit-out. Most (if not all) container re-sellers have the facilities to make these modifications. If you don't have experience in metal work, or are not hiring a general contractor, you should plan on doing most of the container modification work off-site prior to delivery.
Modified Shipping Container Dormitory (SHS-mc-housing001)
Table I. Safety Factors on Land for Various Stack Heights on Land with Container Corner Post Capacity of 190,480 lbs (86,400 kg)
Number of Containers Stacked on One Total Height of Stack Safety Factor on Corner post loading
8 9 1.80
9 10 1.60
10 11 1.44
11 12 1.31
The table shows that we can stack 9-on-1 on land, and maintain a safety factor of greater than 1.5.
 
Table II. Stack Heights on Land forVarious Detector Densities with Container Corner Post Capacity of 214,290 lbs (97,400 kg)
Number of Containers Stacked on One Total Height of Stack (m) Safety Factor on Corner Post Loading
with payload density = 0.60 g/cc (22,150 kg gross) with payload density = 0.66 g/cc (24,000 kg gross) with payload density = 0.75 g/cc (27,150 kg gross) with payload density = 0.85 g/cc (30,480 kg gross)
8 on 1 23.3 2.20 2.03 1.80 1.60
9 on 1 25.9 1.95 1.80 1.59 1.42
10 on 1 28.5 1.76 1.62 1.43 1.28
11 on 1 31.1 1.60 1.48 1.30 1.16
Conclusion:Stacking ISO containers 10 high on land is reasonable, and stacks as high as 12 may be possible depending on the type of container purchased and on the loading of the container with Off-Axis detector elements. For a final detector design, good engineering practice would require that the corner posts of the selected containers be loaded to failure to more accurately determine the safety factor of the stacked array.
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