Contenedores hapan loy

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Introduction General Information

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General Purpose Container

20n 40n

Platform

20n 40n

High Cube General Purpose Container

-Llo Hapag

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40n

Ventilated Container

20n

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Hardtop Container

20n 40n

Refrigerated Container

20n 40n

High Cube Hardtop Container

-Llo Hapag

yd

40n

High Cube Refrigerated Container▲



40n

Open Top Container

-Llo Hapag

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loyd ag-L Hap

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20n 40n

Flat

Hap a

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loy d

20n 40n



Tank Container

20n



Electric Plugs on Refrigerated Containers



High Cube Flat

40n



Essential Conversion Factors Container Size Type Codes



Introduction
Hapag-Lloyd offer to their customers 6 basic types in 20’and 40’ versions. With this wide range of standard and special containers we can provide you with the most suitable container for every product. This booklet informs you about the technical data of the Hapag-Lloyd containers, such as dimensions weights particulars of construction All values listed in the tables are given in metric. Ft and lbs values are for easy reference only. All details listedare nominal figures. Apart from the tolerances given on internal dimensions on page 5 the tare weight can vary ± 2 %. In addition to the containers listed in this booklet we use, if necessary, leased equipment and/or exchange containers with other carriers. This booklet only lists technical data. If you are looking for further advice or your special requirements are not yet satisfied, we are morethan happy to assist you. Please call your nearest Hapag-Lloyd office or agent and let our experience work for you. Please visit us as well on our Internet homepage, which will befrequently updated. www.hlcl.com

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General Information
Internal Dimensions The internal dimensions and door openings of all Hapag-Lloyd containers exceed the below given ISO dimensions. However, the dimensionsmentioned on the following pages are nominal figures. Because of production tolerances a difference in measurement is possible: Tolerances Maximum Difference Length Width Height Concentrated Loads Concentrated loads are loads, that are not distributed over the full length of floor, when stowing heavy cargo in containers other than flats or platforms due care has to be taken that concentrated loads willnot exceed the strength of the bottom construction of the container. The maximum spreaded load should not exceed – for 20’containers 4 ts per running meter in length (3’3 3/8”) still higher on request – for 40’containers 3 ts per running meter in length – load must not exceed over max. payload Gooseneck Tunnel on 40’ Containers All Hapag-Lloyd 40’ containers are fitted with a Gooseneck tunnel toenable the transport on Gooseneck chassis. Timber Treatment Exposed timber is treated according to Australian, Chinese and American requirements. Container Markings For easy identification Hapag-Lloyd containers are marked with HLCU- or HLXUprefix either. Containers built in 1997 or thereafter do also show the ISO Size Type Code. For further information please see page 47.

10 mm 10 mm 10 mm3/8” 3/8” 3/8”

Maximum Gross Weights 20’ containers: 32500 kg (71650 lbs) valid for most Hapag-Lloyd 20’ containers; exceeds ISO minimum standards (ISO 668). 40’ containers: Up to 34 000 kg (74 959 lbs). Weight Limits for road and rail transport For individually valid limits contact your local Hapag-Lloyd office. Floor Loads A container floor is capable of carrying a fork-lift truck with a maximumaxle load of 5 460 kg (12 040 lbs), if the contact area per wheel is at least 142 cm2 (22 sq.in) (ISO 1496/I).

External and Minimum Internal Dimensions (according ISO) The following table gives the overall dimensions as standardized in ISO 668 and the minimum internal dimensions and door openings for General Purpose Containers as standardized in ISO 1496-1. Length Dimensions Minimum Internal...
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