Shipping Container Master Details

Product(s) that’s suited for your job

CX LowPro Sidewall Stud

Designed to fill and insulate the corrugation providing attachment for finishes. CX-LP insulated stud for shipping containers retrofits.

LowPro Specs

Features

The high-strength co-polymer plastic studs on 11 or 22-inches centers provide a positive attachment stud for finishing the container. The ribbed dovetails surface provides for adhesive applications against the metal surfaces.

Properties

CX-LP LowPro Insulated Stud

LowPro-Insulated Stud Sidewall Architectural Dimensions
dwg dxf pdf   CX-LP

Dimensions

7 1/2in × 24in × 2in

Coverage

1.25 sq-ft

R-Value ASTM C518

R-8.5

ASTM C578 Type II

Closed-Cell, injection-molded EPS 

Canadian Standards  CAN/ULC S701 Type 2

Foam Density

1.35 lbs per cubic foot

Co-Polymer Polypropylene Insulated Stud

Surface

Interlocking Edges

Interiors

Exterior

Side Wall Inserts

InSerts custom designed to fit the depths of the container’s side corrugated walls, minimizing hidden air spaces.

SW Inserts Specs

Applications
 Side Walls infill
Exterior
Interior
Shipping Containers
Properties
Sidewall Insert

Side Wall InSerts

One box of Side Wall Inserts covers 112 Lineal feet of corrugation.

Sidewall Insert Design Details

zip file

Dimensions

48in x 7 3/4in x 1 1/4 in

Coverage

2.5 sq-ft

R-Value ASTM C518

R-5.3

Closed-Cell, injection-molded EPS 

ASTM C578 Type II

Canadian Standards

CAN/ULC S701 Type 2

Foam Density

1.0 lbs per cubic foot

CX LowPro Endwall

Designed to fill and insulate the corrugation providing attachment for finishes. CX-LP Endwall insulated stud for shipping containers retrofits.

LowPro Endwall Specs

Features
InSoFast engineered system of continuous insulation is perfectly suited for shipping container fabrication. 
  • Simple to install
    • Why work so hard?
    • Adaptable Attachment
    • No Special Tools Needed
  • Built-in Studs*
    • Engineered Framing Studs 
    • Non-conductive stud framing 
    • No energy penalty for the studs
    • Non corrosive stud...non rusting 
    • Adhesive Application no holes
  • Closed-cell high pressure fused EPS Insulation
  • Engineered for Shipping Containers
  • Lives up to its name: In So Fast

*The high-strength co-polymer plastic studs on variable 11 - 22 inches on centers provide a positive attachment stud for finishing the container. The ribbed dovetails surface provides a cast-in-place adhesive applications against the metal surfaces. 

Properties

LP-EW LowPro Insulated Stud

One box of the LP-EW 22 Insulated studs will do 44 lineal feet of framing.

LowPro-Insulated Stud Endwall Architectural Dimensions

dwg dxf pdf   CX-EW

Dimensions

5 1/2in × 24in × 2 1/2 in

Coverage

1.00 sq-ft

R-Value ASTM C518

R-10.5

ASTM C578 Type II

Closed-Cell, injection-molded EPS 

Canadian Standards  CAN/ULC S701 Type 2

ASTM C303 Foam Density

1.35 lbs per cubic foot

ASTM E96 Water Vapor Permeability

 (Class III Vapor Retarder) 3.5perm/in

Maximum Service Temperature (long term)

167°F = 75 Celsius (°C)

Co-Polymer Polypropylene Insulated Stud

Surface

Interlocking Edges

Engineered for Shipping Containers

Exterior Application

Interiors Application

 

Endwall Inserts

InSerts custom designed to fit the depths of the container’s end wall corrugations, minimizing hidden air spaces.

EW Insert Specs

Applications
 End Walls infill
Exterior
Interior
Shipping Containers
Properties

Endwall Inserts

End Wall Inserts or the container's nose corrugation.  One box of Inserts covers the end wall.

Endwall Insert Architectural Dimensions
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Insert Dimensions See Diagram 5 1/4 in × 48in ×  1 5/8 in
Coverage per pcs 1.75 sq-ft
One Box -20 inserts 4' long  (covers 35’ Sq-ft)
Interior side of the end wall  1 boxes
Exterior side of a the end wall 1 boxes 
R-Value ASTM C518 R-4 per in
ASTM C578 Type II

 

Closed-Cell, injection-molded EPS 

Canadian Standard CAN/ULC S701 Type 2
Foam Density 1 lbs per cubic foot
Interiors
Exteriors
Shipping Containers

Ceiling Inserts

InSerts custom designed to fit the depths of the container’s ceiling corrugations, minimizing hidden air spaces. There are 56 Ceiling Inserts per box. The Ceiling Inserts are a part of a comprehensive approach of insulating a shipping container.

Ceiling Insert Specs

Properties

Ceiling InSerts

One box of Ceiling Inserts covers 224 Lineal feet of indents.

Dimensions 48in x 4 5/8in x 13/16 in
Coverage 1.7 sq-ft
R-Value ASTM C518 R-3.18
ASTM C578 Type II Closed-Cell, injection-molded EPS 
Canadian Standard CAN/ULC S701 Type 2
Foam Density 1 lbs per cubic foot

 

 

Applications
 Ceiling infill
Interior
Shipping Containers
Documentation and how to guides catered to your container project
Architectural details that’s suited for your project

Architectural Specifications Links:

Architectural Specifications rtf pdf
DrJ Technical Evaluation Report   pdf
Approved NFPA 285 Assemblies   pdf

Special construction notes and links:

Service temperature of Expanded Polystyrene and hot southern climates. In hot climates avoid darker colored shipping containers.  We recommended that you paint your container a lighter color with a reflecting paint. Darker colored containers the heat could build up beyond the maximum allowable service temperature of the insulation.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF INJECTION-MOLDED EPS

Property ASTM Test Result
Maximum Service Temperature (long term) --- 167°F = 75 Celsius (°C)
Maximum Service Temperature (intermittent) --- 180°F = 82 Celsius (°C)

| Detail Drawing Links: |

CX 44, Panel Details   dxf pdf
InSoFast Stud Details    dxf pdf

Literature

 CX InSoFast Shipping Containers Brochure  pdf
Shipping Container Insulation Bundle Part List  pdf
 Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)  pdf
InSoFast R-Value Test Report pdf

Guides, Brochures, and Comparisons:

Container installation guide     pdf
Container extended installation guide     pdf
Insulating a shipping container door      pdf

Certificates

DOE Zero Ready Home Partner pdf
Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Award for Excellence in Construction pdf
Customer Energy Tax Credit pdf
Customer Product Warranty pdf

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