Container Iso Marini nuovi usati 8' - 10' - 20' - 40' X 8' X 8'6" ISO 1AA TYPE STEEL DRY CARGO CONTAINER

 

Produzione Noleggio Vendita

Container ISO 20' 40' Box ISO  Nuovi Usati

Container 20' 40'  Open Top originali e Trasformati

Container 20'  40'  Flat Rack PlaContainerInverter orm Pianali

Container speciali 6' 8' 10' 15 carpenteria'

Container per Vernici - Olii con vasca + griglia

Container per Quadri Elettrici Trasformatori

Reefer Container Frigo, temperatura Controllata

Container Officina con banchi lavoro, paranchi  

Tank Container IMO

Flexitank, Liquidi non pericolosi

Container Shelter, Vani Tecnici, Insonorizzati

Container Protezione Civile Croce Rossa / CSC

Monoblocchi Shelter per inverter  per impianti Fotovoltaici

Container con Scaffali ripiani , preumatici     

Container DVN 2.71 EN1207, per piattaforme Off Shore

Container show vetrine itineranti'

Box lamiera zincata a pannelli capriate ecc.

 

Container Antincendio CO2 Vigili del Fuoco

Blocchi d'angolo Corner casting, accessori, Twist  interbloccanti ,

Monoblocchi coibentati Prefabbricati Cantiere

  Azienda Certificata UNI EN ISO 9001 : 2008  (sito nato nel 1999 ! un punto di riferimento per chi cerca container) ;  Dove Siamo (area Raccordata), Referenze Lavori Consegnati, PI 07411800159

 

 

N orma ISO CSC Container safety commition  1972 VEDI SOTTO  Targhetta CSC  applicata normalmente sulla porta sinistra  del Container ISO ,  

Misure dei container Classificazione ISO  668-1995

Norrme ISO/CSC,   

norma movimentazione ISO 3874 - 1997  

Commissione TC 104 sui Container,

ISO 1161 blocchi d'angolo,

Norme Atex ;

Etichette pericolo,

Trasporto su strada materiali pericolosi

Le caratteristiche dei container marittimi ISO devono rispettare i principi contenuti nella Norma con ISO 668-1995

 

NORMA ISO 3874-1997 SULLA MOVIMENTAZIONE DEI CONTAINER.

Waldem Container Box puς offrire in vendita o noleggio I container di seguito descritti .

Attenzione per i containers Open top Originali e trasformati vanno usate particolari attenzioni per le movimentazione (richiedere a Waldem Container Box ulteriori dettagli)

Container Handling and Securing Considerations (Ref ISO 3874-1997 (E)):
 
   
• For the purpose of container handling and securing, a “loaded container” is a container other than in the tare (empty) condition.
• Unless otherwise confirmed, containers should be treated as loaded.
• The term loaded means the maximum gross weight rating of the container.
• Wind and other environmental conditions must be considered when handling or securing containers.
• The cargo shall be distributed throughout the container to ensure that the centre of gravity is kept as central and as low as possible:
 
- to avoid excessive tilting;
- to avoid overstressing either the container or the handling equipment;
- to avoid unacceptable vehicle axle loading;
- to avoid lack of vehicle stability;
- to avoid unacceptable load concentrations.
  Eccentricity of the center of gravity for the loaded container varies with the distribution of load within the container; designers of containers and handling equipment should take this fact into account. As an example, when 60% of the load by mass is distributed in 50% of the container length measured from one end, the eccentricity corresponds to 5%.
• Care shall be taken to ensure that the equipment used is suitable for the load and is safely attached to the container and that the container is free to be handled.
• In the case of a single-point lift, special attention should be paid to the risk of the container tilting owing to eccentricity of the centre of gravity.
• Care shall be taken when lifting a container whose centre of gravity is mobile or eccentric, e.g. a tank container, a bulk container, a container with a liquid bulk bag, a container with hanging cargo or a thermal container with a refrigerating unit (integral or clip-on).
• Containers may be handled by methods other than those specified in the following section but only after careful evaluation of the equipment by means of which the container is to be handled and of the methods of operation envisaged, with respect to international container standards.
   
Summary of Allowable and Not Allowable Lifting Methods:
• Lifting containers from the top corner fitting with forces applied other than vertically, is not allowed according to ISO 3874: 1997 (E) EXCEPT:
  • Empty containers (except empty plaContainerInverter orm based containers and plaContainerInverter orm based with ends, which shall not be lifted other than with forces applied vertically from the top corners).
    • When lifting empty containers, the sling angle should not be less than 60 degrees from the horizontal plane.
  • Ten foot containers using a sling angle of not less than 60 degrees to the horizontal plane.
• Containers may be lifted from the side apertures of all four bottom corner fittings by means of a sling. The attachment fittings should not exert forces more than 1.5 inches away from the outer face of the Corner Fitting.
• The minimum lifting angle for loaded containers lifted from the bottom corners is as follows:
   
Container Size Designation Lifting Angle, a, min.
1AAA; 1AA; 1A; 1AX 30 Deg
1BBB; 1BB; 1B; 1BX 37 Deg
1CC; 1C; 1CX 45 Deg
1D; 1DX 60 Deg
 

 

Summary of Specified Lifting Methods
Description Container Type
A, B, C and D
Container Type E at
40 ft. Position
Container type E at
45 ft. Position
Top Lift Spreader
Top Lift Sling
Bottom Lift Sling
Side Lift: Method 1
Side Lift: Method 2
Side Lift: Method 3 Not applicable to
Type E (45 ft.) containers
Not applicable to
Type E (45 ft.) containers
End Lift: Method 1 Not applicable to
Type E (45 ft.) containers
Not applicable to
Type E (45 ft.) containers
End Lift: Method 2 Not applicable to
Type E (45 ft.) containers
Not applicable to
Type E (45 ft.) containers
Fork Lift Not applicable to
Type E (45 ft.) containers
Not applicable to
Type E (45 ft.) containers