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Thermal container equipped with an electrical appliance (mechanical compressor) for the purposes of cooling or heating the air within the container.The refrigeration unit is arranged in such a way that the external dimensions of the container meet ISO standards and thus fit into the container ship cell guides, for example. The presence of an integral refrigeration unit entails a loss of internal volume and payload. When being transported by ship, integral units have to be connected to the on-board power supply system. The number of refrigerated containers which may be connected depends on the capacity of the ship's power supply system. If the aforesaid capacity is too low for the refrigerated containers to be transported, "power packs" may be used, which are equipped with relatively large diesel generators and satisfy ISO requirements with regard to the dimensions of a 20' container. When at the terminal, the containers are connected to the terminal's power supply system. For transport by road and rail, most integral unit refrigeration units are operated by a generator set (genset). This may either be a component of the refrigeration unit or connected to the refrigeration unit.


Refrigerated containers are used for goods which need to be transported at a constant temperature above or below freezing point. These goods are divided into chilled goods and frozen goods, depending on the specified transport temperature.

  • MAX. WT. :
    30.480 KGS
  • 67.200 LBS
  • TARE WT. :
    2.990 KGS
  • 6.591 LBS
    27.490 KGS
  • 60.600 LBS
  • CU. CAP.:
    27.000 CU.M
  • 953 CU.FT