Goods such as fruit, flowers, vegetables, meat, butter and cheese, need to be transported at a constant low temperature and are therefore packed into a refrigerated container.

Usually high-cube integral units are used and these have a markedly higher market share than porthole or insulated containers. As chilled meat is sometimes also transported, the ceilings of refrigerated containers are equipped with special hook rails so the meat can be neatly hung.

 

20′ Refrigerated 40′ Refrigerated
Max. Gross Weight 30,480 kg (67,200 lb) 32,500 kg (71,650 lb)
Tare Weight 3,000 kg (6,610 lb) 4,920 kg (10,846 lb)
Payload 27,480 kg (60,590 lb) 27,480 kg (60,803 lb)
External Dimensions
Length 6,058 mm (19′-10″) 2,192 mm (40′-0″)
Width 2,438 mm (8′-0″) 2,438 mm (8′-0″)
Height 2,591 mm (8′-6″) 2,591 mm (8′-6″)
Internal Dimensions
Length 5,456 mm (19′-10″) 11,577 mm (37′-11″)
Width 2,294 mm (8′-0″) 11,577 mm (7′-6″)
Height 2,591 mm (8′-6″) 2,591 mm (8′-6″)
Lashings/Bottom rail 4 pieces/side
6 pieces/side
6 pieces/side
Loading Line (Height) 2,198 mm (7′-2″)
2,152 mm (7’3/4″)
2,457 mm (8′)
Door Opening
Width 2,290 mm (7′-6″) 2,290 mm (7′-6″)
Height 2,264 mm (7′-5″) 2,264 mm (7′-5″)
Cube
Cubic Capacity 28.4 m3 (1,017 ft.3) 59.8 m3 (2,111.8 ft.3)
Refrigerated Container Specification

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