Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers

What dimensions, sizes and conditions do Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers come in?

Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers – Size Dimensions

Shipping Container Dimensions for Dangerous GoodsDimensions & Sizes in Feet and Metres (ft. & m)
Shipping Containers Sizes10 ft (3 m)20 ft (6 m)40 ft (12 m)
External Dimensions for Dangerous Goods Container
Length External10 ft (3 m)20 ft (6.056 m)40 ft (12.192 m)
Width External 8 ft (2.438 m) 8 ft (2.438 m) 8 ft (2.438 m)
Height External 9.5 ft (2.9 m)9.5 ft (2.9 m)9.5 ft (2.9 m)
Weight of Dangerous Goods Shipping Container
Mass Gross Weight10,160 kg30,480 kg32,500 kg
Shipping Containers Available:10 ft (3 m)20 ft (6 m)40 ft (12 m)

There are a variety of uses for dangerous goods shipping containers in commercial industries or for commercial shipping.

What are Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers used for?

  • Storage of Hazardous Goods – The dangerous goods shipping containers from Container Traders are ideal for shipping or storing chemicals, gas cylinders, flammable liquids or flammable solids, corrosive substances and any other potentially dangerous substance.
  • Storage of Non-Hazardous Goods – Also perfect for storing non-hazardous liquids that might be at risk of spilling

Can I hire or buy a Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers?

At Container Traders, you can purchase or hire a dangerous goods shipping container in a variety of sizes and variations. The dangerous goods shipping containers available are listed below:

New Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers:

Where can I hire or buy a Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers?

All of Container Traders’ shipping containers are shipped Australia wide, covering all the major capital cities such as Sydney, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Newcastle, Melbourne, Canberra, Central Coast, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin, Wollongong, and Coffs Harbour. If you would like an instant quote, fill in the ‘Instant Quote’ form provided above, or give our friendly team a call at 1300 89 89 70. Container Traders is your best bet!

What is a Dangerous Goods Shipping Container?

Hazardous Goods Containers or the term Dangerous Goods Containers as used in the Shipping Container industry are a shipping container that has been manufactured to carry and store goods of a hazardous standard in Australia. These are commonly used for bringing dangerous goods into Australia or relocation interstate and around the world with the assurance of meeting to Australian legal specifications.

Dangerous Goods Storage Containers provide many of the same benefits as general purpose shipping containers do but they have extra security, safety and technology so that you are able to safely transport or store potentially hazardous goods. These shipping containers were created to carry hazardous, dangerous and toxic materials. The dangerous goods shipping containers will protect the items being transported, the team who is responsible for the transport and the general safety of the public and the environment. When you need to ship or store potentially hazardous materials, you can do so safely with our durable and high quality dangerous goods shipping containers from Container Traders.

Dangerous Goods Container Features

  • Hazardous Goods Class 3 Flammable Liquid Containers
  • Meeting to Australian standards AS1940
  • Manufactured from High Cube Shipping Containers
  • Valve tap to allow for drainage of any leaks inside
  • Ventilation installed
  • Double container doors on the end wall

Different Variations of Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers

At Container Traders, we feel it is important for you as our client to understand what quality and different type of variations in the industry of shipping containers are fit for your purpose. The different variations of dangerous goods shipping containers that we offer at Container Traders are provided below;

  • Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers – General Purpose
  • Dangerous Goods Shipping Containers – High Cube
  • Dangerous Goods Side Opening Shipping Containers

Dangerous Goods Containers are sometimes referred to as DG containers.