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Application Matrices – find the roadplate you need Questions and Answers – answers to common questions Applications matrices – Roadplates These tools help you find the right road plate for the job, and tell you what options are available. For more help, just give us a bell! Key: Questions and Answers What is non mechanical plant? Plant such as such excavators, dumpers, saws and generators are by their nature, mechanically…

Secure Site Store – 10ft x 8ft

Our most popular small footprint container/store, based on the ISO shipping container architecture Mortice lock or padlock versions available Suitable for sites with restricted access ISO style corner irons for safe, ground level rigging for lifting Surprisingly roomy for a compact box Internal dimensions: L: 9 feet, 6 inches (2.75m) x W: 7 feet, 7 inches (2.33m) x H: 7 feet, 9 inches (2.35m) External dimensions: L: 10 feet (3.05m) x W: 8 feet…

Secure Site Store – 8ft x 6ft

Small footprint container/store, based on the ISO shipping container architecture Mortice lock or padlock versions available Ideal for sites with restricted access Suitable for job-sites that require storage for numerous security zones or trades within a given area. ISO style corner irons for safe, ground level rigging for lifting Being short, means that access to all of your tools and equipment is easy Internal dimensions: L: 5 feet, 6 inches…

Secure Site Store – 8ft x 5ft (Tool-safe)

Essentially a tool-safe, our most compact ‘proper’ container/store, based on the ISO shipping container architecture Mortice lock or padlock versions available Ideal for sites with restricted access A solution for jobsites that require storage for numerous security zones or trades within a given area. ISO style corner irons for safe, ground level rigging for lifting Being shorter, means that access to all of your tools and equipment is easy to…

Secure Site Store – 20ft x 8ft Open sider

Based around the ubiquitous – 20 foot ISO shipping container (20 x 8) Stackable, transportable, voluminous and unusual in a hire fleet Mortice lock or padlock versions available Suitable for installation requiring staking and integrating ISO style corner irons for safe, ground level rigging for lifting Superb for side access and loading/unloading longer items that wouldn’t normally be practical to put in a standard nit! Internal…

Secure Site Store – 8ft x 8ft

Small footprint container/store, based on the ISO shipping container architecture Mortice lock or padlock versions available Suitable for sites with restricted access ISO style corner irons for safe, ground level rigging for lifting Surprisingly roomy for a compact box Internal dimensions: L: 7 feet, 6 inches (2.14m) x W: 7 feet, 7 inches (2.33m) x H: 7 feet, 9 inches (2.35m) External dimensions: L: 8 feet (2.44m) x W: 8 feet (2.44m) x H: 8…

Secure Site Store – 10ft x 8ft x 9ft 6in High Cube

Small footprint container/store, based on the ISO shipping container architecture. Hi-Cube, or High cubic capacity units have a taller internal dimension. Meaning higher items, such as mini-diggers or small items with roll cages can be stored within. Mortice lock or padlock versions available Suitable for sites with restricted access ISO style corner irons for safe, ground level rigging for lifting Surprisingly roomy for a compact box Internal…

Secure Site Store – 20ft x 8ft High Cube – Double Door

Sometimes referred to as a ‘Tunnel’ or ‘Tunnels’ these High Cubic Capacity are a foot or more taller inside than the standard 20 foots they are an excellent choice for contractors working roadside that need to get their 3 tonne excavator and dumper in and secured. Having double doors, i.e access to each each, makes them a good choice in environments where access is limited and/or is liable to change. For instance in a roadworks/civil…

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Notes on security and locks and storing items in containers

When considering the merits of storing items in containers, thought should be give to the following; Locking and security requirements. The physical and aesthetic impact of the unit on site. The nature of the items to be stored and over what time period. Locking and security requirements. A primary consideration is who and how often they will need access to it. There are 3 main types of lock available. In-built mortice locks with keys, similar…