The group Eurocontainer in partnership with the Company Atlas Copco, have carried out the production of the first offshore container, made entirely in our Factory in Zaragoza.
An offshore container is a “portable unit, specially designed for repeated use in the transport of goods or equipment to, from or between fixed and/or floating offshore installations and ships.”Offshore containers are often left exposed to open seas on the decks of supply vessels, and also loaded to platforms in harsh weather conditions, this also means that the minimum design temperature is normally specified as -20° C and the primary structure requires material of sufficient toughness for -20° C.
Our containers complies with the following Regulations:
- CSC: Convention for Safe Containers
- UNE-EN 12079-1.- Offshore Containers And Associated Lifting Sets
- DNV 2.7-1.- OFFSHORE CONTAINER
Study of the structure through the use of finite element calculation, simulating all possible risks. And testing in accordance with internationally accepted protocols.
Testing according to DNV 2.7-1.