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Personnel Doors For Easier Access

Thursday, 30th July 2009
The standard double doors found on most shipping containers are designed to offer the maximum opening for loading and unloading and to prevent them from springing open during transport. The trouble is they can be difficult to open if you are not used to them and have a tendency to seize if not used often or maintained. It is not always convenient to have to bend down, take off padlocks, release handles from catches and open locking bars every time you want to get into your container. This is especially true when you have your hands full and itís pouring down with rain. An option we provide are high security, steel personnel doors. These doors are roughly the same size as an internal door in your house or office. Like an office door they have a pull type handle and chubb lever style lock. When the key is turned into the lock 10 locking pins engage and connect with the steel frame, welded into the container, providing a very secure and accessible entry point. These steel personnel doors can be sprayed to match the colour of your shipping container and you also have the benefit of being able to choose wherever you need the door in the sides or front of the container. This is particularly useful if the container is joining an opening in an existing building or another container. By fitting several doors in a row in the side of a container with partitions in between multi compartment units can be made from one container, very popular with self storage companies.

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