Lined Shipping Containers
Shipping containers can be lined and insulated in a range of materials. The main reasons for lining a shipping container are to protect insulation used to control the environment, to brighten the container or to enable a second fix to be carried out without disturbing the steel walls and ceilings. Using a studwork frame, insulation can include rockwool or celotex and a range of internal lining. Plywood lining in 9mm or 18mm plywood creates a robust surface ideal for the second fixing of specialist equipment for example in plant rooms. Melamime faced plywood or chipboard is also available as a wipeable surface which also brightens the interior. There are many other materials available including fire and sound proof panels that are available for specialist uses.