It gets more and more popular in the past several years due to its inherent style, wide availability, fast speed of construction,
and relatively low expense. And flat pack building such as flat pack container house is more eco-friendly than the traditional building.
1.A panelized modular unit that offers the flexibility to combine units to create an expandable space. Flat-pack units can
be adjoined to create a larger footprint (or) stackable upon themselves. 2.These units are shipped in a knock-down state allowing for 4-6 units to fit inside a single 40HQ sea freight container,
resulting in an unparalleled logistical and freight advantage.
3.Interchangeable SIP (structurally-insulated) wall panels. Move windows and man door locations around as desired.
Wall panels are spray-foam insulated, resistance to rot and mold, unlike traditional domestic wooden stick-built units.
4.Structurally equivalent to an ISO container - units can be lifted by crane, or offloaded by zoom boom or forklift. (dry
weight ~5,000 lb each) 5.Units are stackable, engineered to be self-supporting up to 3 units high for living and use. 6.Units are designed to be user-friendly. Approximately 8mhrs of assembly time requiring only hand-tools and some
overhead lift support.
7.The flat-pack units share the same dimensions as standard 20ft ISO Containers. This creates tremendous modularity:
stack building units atop tool-crib containers (or) above pedestrian corridor units on those congested jobsites. A truly vertical
solution for your temporary site facilities! Adjoin units together to create a larger complex. These units are the definition of modular!
The container houses are widely used for the following area: Temporary office on site; refuges; Commercial buildings such as coffee shops, newsstands, etc.; Modern civil building/house.