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Container Shelter 6.0m x 6.1m x 1.8m

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$2,199

Designed to work with standard 20ft shipping containers, our range of great value container shelters are the perfect way to provide fast, easy protection for your work force and equipment.

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Product overview

Product overview

Designed to work with standard 20ft shipping containers, our range of great value container shelters are the perfect way to provide fast, easy protection for your work force and equipment.

Boasting an extremely strong hot-dip galvanised frame, this 6m x 6m (20ft x 6m) shelter is built to shrug off the elements.

The covering is made from heavy-duty 610gsm PVC, which is UV stabilised for New Zealand conditions to ensure long term durability and help block radiated heat. By minimising heat transfer through the PVC, the environment inside the shelter stays cooler in summer and warmer in winter.

The fabric is completely waterproof, so you and your equipment will be dry year round.

Adding a shelter to your work site means your equipment, materials and people stay in tip top condition whatever the weather, enhancing the safety, quality and speed of your work.

Our container shelters are free of interior wires or bracing, making them perfect for storing vehicles and machinery that require a bit more room.

Full assembly instructions are provided and if you move to a new site, just break down the shelter and take it with you. We recommend welding the shelter frame to the containers.

All workmanship and materials are backed by a 5 Year Trade Tested Warranty, so you know it’s built to last.

Order today to add instant storage space to the farm, workshop, builders’ yard, job site or anywhere you require fast, efficient and flexible shelter.

FEATURES
• 5 Year Trade Tested Warranty
• Hot-dip galvanised rust-proof steel frame
• UV stabilised 610gsm PVC cover
• Waterproof
• Fire resistant
• No interior wires or bracing for maximum space
• Easy to install or relocate

SPECIFICATIONS
Dimensions: L 6.05m x W 6.1m x H 1.8m
Floor Area: 36.9m² (approx)
Distance between containers: 5816mm
Mounting foot dimensions: 200mm x 200mm
Foot edge to pole: 117mm
Frame construction: Ø50*1.5mm hot-dip galvanised steel tube
Roof material: 610gsm UV stabilised PVC
Max wind rating: 102 km/h (when welded to container)
Number of arches: 4
Bay Length: 2m
Packaged dimensions: 220cm x 80cm x 37cm
Weight: 195.7kg

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Customer questions

Questions and answers

5 votes
q: No these come in different colours?
a: No, just the white at this stage.
By Trade Tested on January 20, 2019
1 vote
q: Hi we are collecting these today. Can you confirm the exact space needed between the 2 containers?
a: Distance between containers is 5816mm.
By Trade Tested on March 26, 2020
1 vote
q: Is it possible to attach the shelter to the outside edge of the container rather than the inside edge?
a: Yes it should be possible if you turn the feet around, however you would be left with minimal space under the shelter if you set it up like that!
By Trade Tested on March 16, 2020
1 vote
q: Does it have a guttering system to move water away from containers when it rains?
a: No it doesn't, you could definitely rig something up however.
By Trade Tested on April 29, 2019
0 votes
q: Can a replacement PVC roof be purchased if necessary (thinking ahead)?
a: Yes we can order spares.
By Trade Tested on January 6, 2020
1 vote
q: Do the containers need to be an exact distance apart?
a: Theoretically the distance between the two container edges should be 5816mm, taking into account the feet dimensions. However its highly likely you may need to do some tweaking of the gap during assembly.
By Trade Tested on March 13, 2019
0 votes
q: Is there a reason why it is better to weld than bolt and screw? Bolting makes it easier to take apart and relocate, so just wondered the reasoning behind this?
a: It's stronger as a start, but also bolting involves drilling holes in your container, which presents a different set of issues with weather tightness etc, however you can bolt it on if this is the best solution for you.
By Trade Tested on September 22, 2019
0 votes
q: How is the shelter fixed to the containers if you choose not to weld?
a: You could drill and bolt it, but welding is the best option.
By Trade Tested on June 10, 2019
0 votes
q: Why does it give a bay length of 2 meters? Surely the bay length is 6 meters? What is height at Centre of arch, it only gives 1.8 meters as height?
a: This refers to the gap between the arches - 2m. The height to the centre of the arch is 1.8m (this excludes the container height obviously).
By Trade Tested on May 22, 2019
-2 votes
q: How are they fixed to the containers?
a: We recommend welding the frame feet to the containers.
By Trade Tested on October 30, 2018
Customer reviews

Customer reviews

Overall rating

4 out of 5 stars from 2 reviews
Adip Bay of Plenty

container shelter 6m x 6m x 1.8m

about 1 year ago

2019-02-13T08:44:56+00:00

really nice produce and it is good quality. easy to assemble and keeps heat away in summer months.

Shanes Northland

How does it fit together?

over 2 years ago

2018-02-16T12:18:36+00:00

Assembly instructions are very poor, if you don't have an idea how this goes together before you even start, reading the instructions will be a small help. That said, once constructed it looks like quite a good and sturdy item

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