How to Assemble our Containers

 

Our Secure Storage Containers are lightweight and easy to handle. A 6m (20ft) container – the largest size – weighs only 780kg. This is considerably lighter when compared to a same-sized shipping container, which usually weighs around 2300kg.

Disassembled containers can be lifted using a forklift, or simply carried and maneuvered as panels by a small team of people. Proper forks with the required length must be used when handling the storage container with a forklift fork guides available here.

If multiple self-storage units are required, our containers can also be safely and securely assembled in a stacked position on top of each other, or connected end-to-end for a larger storage area.

Stacking requires the use of the Roof Stiffening bars found here.

Combining containers end to end requires the Connection Kit found here.

Best of all, the containers can be installed both indoors (such as in warehouses) or outdoors. Their galvanised steel make-up ensures a long & rust-free lifespan in any climate conditions.

If you want to know more about how to assemble a Storage Container make sure to check out the video below!