Shipping Container Drawings
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Q: What is a Technical Drawing of a Shipping Container?
The technical drawing shows the precise dimensions and proportions and all important measurements of a shipping container. The diagram displays various perspectives and the placement of doors, ends, side walls and the top of the box. Other important features such as the measurements and positioning of the fittings like the locking rods and air vents in relation to the layout of the conex. container.
Q: Why do we need a Shipping Container Technical Drawing?
Technical drawings are needed by contractors performing renovations on a building or construction project. The precise dimensions of the conex container portion may be very important to the overall project for the architects and engineers.
Technical drawings are specifically useful as a reference guide when precise measurements are needed, as the drawings are created exactly to scale. Technical diagrams are continually referred to in the process of a building contractor’s project throughout the early planning stages through to the finalization of the building project.
Q: Are there different types of Shipping Container Technical Drawings?
The different type of shipping container technical drawings (structural, CAD, fabrication, and engineering drawings) are the same for the most part. All of the variations of drawings feature precise measurements of the shipping container and all attached components. AmericanConex offers FREE downloads of shipping container technical drawings in all of the most common container sizes and configurations
Q: What information is contained in a Shipping Container Technical Drawing?
A conex technical drawing includes both the Internal and external width dimensions and placement of container features. Conex box features like the door opening widths, heights, the location of container features like as lashing points, the gauge thickness of the steel walls, , the specific type of materials used, example: Corten steel and galvanized locking components.
The technical diagram also shows the important tare weight and gross weight capacity. The diagram also includes the container document reference number and the identity of the designer or company who authored and approved the technical drawing.