These portable modular buildings offer affordable space and value.
With a standard ISO configuration, the dimensions are 20’ long x 8’ wide and 9’ 2 ½ "high.
Self-supporting welded steel frame construction complies with AISC Ninth Edition Specification and Codes.
Each container is provided with ISO compliant Container corners. The units are stackable in any configuration (min. 2 wide x 2 high in open areas, or 2 wide x 3 high in enclosed areas).
Removable & Interchangeable wall elements:
Panel width: 43 ¼" (nominal)
Construction from outside to inside:
External: 22 gauges galvanized iron profile sheeting.
Standard: 2 3/8" polyurethane or optional mineral wool.
Internal: 24 gauges galvanized iron sheeting.
Finish: Internal "Plastisol" washable white.
Construction from bottom to top:
Steel Floor Beams, 22 gauges galvanized iron blind floor.
Insulation: 3- ½" mineral wool
Flooring: 1-1/8" tongue and grooved plywood
Floor Tiles: 12" x 12", 1/8" HD vinyl
Skirting: continuous extruded vinyl
- Galvanized trapezoid profile, fixed with stainless steel screws and integrated guttering
- 4 internal rainwater down pipes - 2 inches each
Construction (top to bottom):
Galvanized trapezoid profile affixed to steel bearers,
Mineral Wool insulation (3 ½")
Timber Lath (2 x 1"),
Vapor Barrier Melamine (¼", or, 3/8")
Aluminum (coated plywood) (white)
Floor: R 19
Walls: R 13.5
Roof: R 19
All connections between walls, floors and ceilings are free of cold bridges!
Steel door & frame with seals
SS Lock set, clutch operation
Double Glazed PVC (71 x 47"), white, European Tipping and Opening system, including Aluminum Roller Blinds with security pins c/w inbuilt insect screens
60-100 Ampere-Service (depending on use of the module)
(2) Overhead Lights
(2) GFCI 20 Amp
Interior light switch
Photocell outside light unit
Wiring system: Either internal or in Cable Canals, according to owner’s specifications.
All steel components primed and painted.
The wall panels are supplied as pre-painted elements, in SW (Purchaser’s Specification)
Quality Control & Approvals:
A current Structural Analysis is available, signed, and sealed by a Registered Professional Engineer, certifying compliance with the requirements for Colorado snow loadings and Florida wind loadings.