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10ft Dangerous Goods

10ft Dangerous Goods

SCF's 10ft Dangerous Goods container is the storage solution that allows you to remove your hazardous goods from your everyday workspaces and store them in an external, compliant, secure and lockable area.

Key Features

  • Flexible storage for chemical classes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 and 9 (subject to MSDS compliance)
  • Bunded to contain spillages
  • Multiple top and bottom vents for air circulation
  • Level entrance for added safety
  • 316L safety drain valve

Product Details

SCF's 10ft Dangerous Goods Container is the ideal solution for storing dangerous chemicals, liquids or powders onsite in small workshops, with limited onsite space or difficult access.

Key safety features include ventilation grills at the top and bottom levels of the walls, a safety drain valve and emergency escape internal release handle at the exit door.

All SCF Dangerous Goods units are compliant with the applicable Australian Standards and come with galvanised steel flooring, bund to contain spills, raised cross-members to simplify the clean-up of spills and an emergency exit to ensure no one gets locked in.

Upon delivery, each customer will receive an Independent Certificate of Compliance.

Options

  • Need something custom built? Call 131 132 to discuss your requirements

10ft Dangerous Goods Container Dimensions and Weight

Specifications may vary

Internal
Length (mm) 2,840
Width (mm) 2,370
Height (mm) 2,586
External
Length (mm) 2,991
Width (mm) 2,438
Height (mm) 2,896
Weight
Tare (kg) 1,800
Payload (kg) 8,360
MGW (kg) 10,160

How is this container delivered?

To make delivery as smooth as possible, please notify us when getting a Dangerous Goods quote if there are any obstacles on or near your site that could impact a truck's access. 

Also, please make sure that the area the truck will need to access is clear.

SCF Shipping Containers - Delivery Method - Tilt Tray

Tilt Tray

Tilt tray delivers a container off the back of the truck. Similar to a tow truck, the tray is mechanically lowered at an angle, and the container is slid off, with the truck moving forward at slow speed. This is the most common delivery method used for containers. Tilt trays are not suitable for sites with overhead power lines as the container height increases significantly when tilted.

SCF Shipping Containers - Delivery Method - Hiab Crane

Hiab Crane

Hiab cranes lift containers from a mechanism located behind the truck's cabin. This is used for smaller shipping containers, usually up to 20 foot, or when there is limited space for a side loader or tilt tray. Using a crane means the container is easily positioned at an angle or up on a raised area. It can also be used to place containers over a fence or other obstacles.

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