Half Heights2018-12-11T16:59:37+00:00
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 Key Features

  • Full intermodal and container ship compatibility
  • Loading via fully removable lid or front door assembly
  • BK2 and removable lid design to prevent leakages and protect the environment
  • Ergonomic side-mounted front hatch release handle, ensuring operator safety
  • Top hinge hatch allows tip discharge
  • Side hinge doors with swinging header for forklift truck access
  • Replacing existing, inefficient pit to port transportation methods, most popular with the following industries:
    • Mining
    • Mineral export
Designed for high density products that do not require large cubic capacities and compatible with all marine and intermodal transportation modes, CS Leasing BK2 certified half heights are licensed for the carriage of hazardous cargo in accordance with the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code, making them popular within the mining and mineral export industries.

Available in various heights, depending on the product requirements, all units come with a removable lid addressing environmental concerns for controlling dust and loose products. Patent protected designs are also available for the use with tippler discharge and lid lifter technology.

For efficient transportation, units can be connected two high and transported as one module.

For the carriage of high density bulk materials or IMDG cargo requiring full-height containers, see our BK2 Bulkers.

Half Height Bulk Container


Typical Specification
1.45m Half Height, Open Top Bulk Container, BK2 certified
Dimensions*Length:

Width:

Height:
Ext 6,058mm
Int 5,836mm
Ext 2,438mm
Int 2,132mm
Ext 1,450mm
Int 1,214mm
Door openingWidth:

Height:
2,284mm (top)
2,181mm (bottom)
1,023mm
Hatch openingWidth:

Height:

Header Width:
2,284mm (top)
2,181mm (bottom)
1,008mm

1,686mm
Roof OpeningLength:

Width:
5,702mm

2,132mm
Rating:Cubic Capacity

MGW

Tare Weight

Max Payload
15.5m³
549 ft³
35,000 kg
77,160 lbs
3,150 kg
6,940 lbs
31,850kg
70,220lbs

* Dimensions are nominal and typical, there may be variations