There are a number of options for moisture and condensation prevention within shipping containers, one of the top quality options is to line and insulate your shipping container
This is far from rocket science and many of our customers who are practically minded are happy to line and insulate their own shipping container and will likely achieve a saving over taking the container ready kitted out.
We obviously have a lot of experience with Lined and Insulated shipping containers and if you’re not confident of a DIY job we can offer the hassle and worry free option at a very fair price. We build a frame inside the container from 2 x 2 or 2 x 4 wood batons, we fix an internal wall to the inside of this frame leaving the original shipping container wall on the outside, and the cavity space in the middle is stuffed with either Rockwool, or any other insulation material as either specified by you or suggested by our yard.
If you’re looking for lined and insulated shipping containers we do like to speak to you about these options so if your considering this as an option please call us at some point to discuss. We can at times provide a cheep and cheerful option (often with 6mm ply internal wall and 50-60mm nominal Rockwool used in the cavity) but for some uses we may recommend thicker paneling. We can also finish internally with other boarding options such as wipe clean melamine, or very sturdy Jablite boarding which gives a very professional, scratch resistant and hard wearing finish (or in reality we can buy in any type of boarding you want fitting)
Similar goes for insulation, we can use Rockwool which provides a perfectly serviceable level of insulation but we can use thicker Rockwool (which may reduce the amount of internal space available by increasing the size of the wall cavity) or we can buy in or use pretty much any form of insulation material to meet your own spec.
At times we may have second hand ex-office units available which will already come lined and insulated, and when available these will typically offer fantastic value for money.
Whilst lining and insulating a container is very much the top end permanent option, we do also offer a wide range of other insulation and condensation treatment options and tips on some DIY fixes. Please feel free to check out our ultimate guide to shipping container condensation treatment options, or please contact us if you woudl like to discuss the options with one of our team on the phone.