Containerised Mini Submarine Workshop

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Containerised Workshop for Assembling Sub Batteries

Customer

Submarine Manufacturer - Underwater Survey and Tourism

Container Specifications

Modifications

  • Additional door to the side aspect in centre – minimum opening dims of 1,900mm x 2,140mm
  • 2 x steel high security personnel doors with emergency escape bar operation.
  • 2 x windows (900 x 900) with integral security shutters.
  • 1 tonne SWL lifting beam equipped with dual speed electric chain hoist including an integrated power travel trolley.
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  • Fully lined and insulated interior (including doors).
  • 2 x heavy duty fixed benches with under shelves and fitted with vices.
  • 2 x heavy duty mobile benches. Equipped with 1 directional casters.
  • 2 x tool boards located over the fixed benches.
  • Recessed spring loaded lashing rings for securing the benches while in transit.
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Additional Info

Certified electrics as follows:
  1. 7 x double power points (240 volt).
  2. 8 x double fluorescent lighting with diffusers.
  3. 2 x lighting switches, one next to each door.
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  5. 1 x RCB located adjacent ABOVE one of the personnel doors.
  6. 1 x external power jack and isolator switch (recessed for shipping).
  7. Exterior re-painted to customer colour and container re-decalled for shipping.
  8. Container re- certified as suitable for international shipping.
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Our client manufactures submarines for underwater survey and tourism. They are normally electrically powered and require a large amount of batteries. Our Client asked us to manufacture a containerised workshop for assembling the batteries. The container will be shipped to projects around the world needed to comply with international shipping regulations such as TIR, ISO, and CSC.

Mr Box supplied a new 40ft high-cube ISO container and the modifications listed on the right were undertaken at our workshop.

After a final inspection by the Client Mr Box then arranged for delivery using a hi-ab equipped truck.