Containers - Eco Containers



This is an electrical device installed in refrigerated containers. It is thanks to it that it is possible to set any temperature from -30°C to +30°C to prevail inside. There are several brands of chillers: Carrier, Daikin, Starcool and ThermoKing. Each has different advantages and a different temperature range.


A cube-mounted attachment that allows containers to be connected laterally.


A special type of steel, 2 mm thick, from which containers are manufactured. A type of low-alloy steel with increased copper content from which containers are manufactured. High resistance to weathering.


A sticker confirming approval for transportation. It has a stamped date up to which the container in question can be used for shipping. It is abbreviation from Convention for Safe Containers, otherwise known as the approval of a container for shipping.


This is an aluminum floor, typical of refrigerated containers. It has a "T" profile that facilitates airflow underneath the goods. Some refrigerated containers have a flat floor that has grooves performing the same function. With grating, we can store the goods in the refrigerated truck without using pallets.


This is a car equipped with an arm for unloading of, for example, containers. Depending on the power, the HDS may not be enough, in which case even a small crane will suffice.


A metal overlay in the form of a box that prevents tampering with the padlock. It is an additional safety feature when the container is locked (on the gates), prevents the padlock from being cut, for example.


Ramp that allows trouble-free entry into the container. Allows loading of goods with a pallet truck or forklift.


Non-Operating Reefer, or refrigerated container with a non-functioning chiller. Such a container can be used as an isotherm and be transported at the price of standard containers.


In a container, it is made of laminated plywood.


That is, Pre-Trip Inspection. This is a procedure that every refrigerated container undergoes to check its suitability for loading and the correct operation of the refrigeration system. Each chiller has a sticker with the date of the last inspection - a guarantee of the efficiency of the container in question. Otherwise, the inspection/review before the trip or before transport to the client.


Shipper's Owned Container, or a container that is shipped with the goods as cargo. The container during ocean freight belongs to the client.


A special "clip" that allows containers to be joined together vertically.


An overlay with a hole at the bolt or on the door, which makes it possible to close the container with a seal or padlock.


A device installed in a refrigerated container that allows remote monitoring of the temperature and other parameters in the container.