The 20′ Double Door containers have doors on both short sides. Some people call them “tunnel containers”
The front doors can be locked inside to prevent accidental opening.
The container is properly marked as to which is the front and which is the rear.
This shipping container can be used as a warehouse, with two separate areas inside by adding an intermediate wall. Both parts will have independent access from each side.
- What does Double Door (DD) or Tunnel mean on a sea container?
The Double Door (DD) or tunnel container refers to those containers that have a door with locks at each end of the container as opposed to the single door at one end. This feature is applicable in both 20′ and 40′ and in all its variables.
- How does a Double Door (DD) or tunnel container differ from a standard container?
The Double Door (DD) container has a door at each end to facilitate the handling of goods from both sides, unlike standard 20′ and 40′ containers, which have a single door at one end.
- What size is a double door container?
The double-door container is available in two sizes: 20-foot double-door container and 40-foot double-door container. Both models have the same dimensions and capacity as their standard counterparts. Both the 40′ double door container and the 20’DD container are also available in a high cube version.
- What type of goods is the double door container suitable for?
The double door container is suitable for loading and unloading long goods and, in general, for goods that require agile handling.
- What other uses can a double door container be used for?
The double door container can be used as a warehouse, with two separate areas inside, adding an intermediate wall to obtain independent access on each side.
It can be used as a tunnel-tainer, a walkway between two spaces or an access corridor to the outside of a building.
It can also be used to form long production lines coupled together. Easy to assemble and easy to transport.