Various sizes of containers
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- Time of issue:2022-02-11 14:45
Various sizes of containers
1), about container size:
One, 20-foot flat cabinet, length: 5.90*2.34*2.38 meters. Here are the internal dimensions of the cabinet. If the box is new, the error is within 1CM.
2. 40-foot flat cabinet, length: 11.95*2.34*2.38 meters. Here are the internal dimensions of the cabinet. If the box is new, the error is within 1CM.
3. 40-foot high cabinet, length: 11.95*2.34*2.68 meters. Here are the internal dimensions of the cabinet. If the box is new, the error is within 1CM.
2), about the cubic number of cabinets:
One, 20-foot flat cabinet, the number of cubic meters of the container is 28-29 cubic meters.
Second, the 40-foot flat cabinet, the number of cubic meters of the container is 57-59 cubic meters.
3. For a 40-foot high cabinet, the number of cubic meters of the container is 66-68 cubic meters.
3) About the weight of the container (for the weight, sometimes you can contact the freight forwarder, some companies will be different)
1. The 20-foot flat container has a loading weight of 17.5 tons.
Second, the 40-foot flat container, the loading weight of the container is 22.0 tons.
3. The 40-foot high container has a loading weight of 22.0 tons.
Note, here, I can definitely tell you that the width and height of the cabinet are certain to be accurate, and I have reserved some of the length. Some friends may also ask why I measured the size of the 40-foot flat cabinet. The length of the container is 12 meters. Then, please take a look at the door of the container. Are we going to leave a little gap for it to close the door? You don't want to let the door squeeze your products when the door is closed. Is it broken? That would be worth the loss. Another point is that there are two protruding corners on the front upper corner of the container, which will take up some volume, so when we calculate the length, we should try to leave some room for ourselves.
Another point, the size of the outer box will cause a different number of cubes packed. Therefore, if there is only one size, then I suggest that you should first calculate the number of boxes on paper, that is, imagine loading the cabinet once, which is the safest way. Instead, it is calculated directly by calculating the cube number of the length, width and height of the carton.
Take a small example: a 40*40*40CM carton is packed in a 20-foot cabinet. According to the cubic number table of the cabinet, it should be 28-29/0.4/0.4/0.4=437-453 boxes. But, in fact, if a 20-foot cabinet is used to hold this product, I will tell you that this cabinet can only hold 350 cases! In this case, only 22 cubes are loaded.
Why does this happen? Then, let's take a look at the size of the cabinet, 2.34 meters, 2.38 meters, we can see that no matter how it is installed, the width and height of the cabinet will have a gap of 34-38CM, so just caused a lot of waste. Then the cabinet will not be used to the maximum, and the shipping cost of the corresponding single product will increase. Therefore, when designing an outer box, we must also consider the loading of the cabinet.
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