Can a Refrigerated Container be placed indoors?

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1. Can a Refrigerated Container be placed indoors?

Yes, as long as the door opening is large enough for our semi-truck and trailer, that is loaded with the refrigerated container, to fit through AND the ceiling is tall enough for our tilt-bed to extend. See our Container Dimensions and Delivery Site Preparation for further reference. The machine side should be at least 3ft away from any wall to allow proper airflow and room for a technician, should it be needed.

2. What are the interior and exterior dimensions of a container?

Container dimensions can be found on our Container Dimensions page.

3. Do you offer repair/maintenance service on your refrigerated containers?

Yes! We offer 24/7 customer phone support (1-877-391-4064). We also offer “as needed” repairs providing the repairs are due to normal wear and tear. This is at no additional cost to you!

4. What type of power is required for your refrigerated containers?

All of our units are electric and they require 460V three-phase power and a dedicated 30 amp circuit. If you are utilizing a 230V power source a dedicated 50 amp circuit is required. Upon your request, we will work directly with your electrician to assure the proper electrical service is in place or installed. We also have transformers for 208V 50 amp circuit.

5. What temperature are your refrigerated containers capable of maintaining?

Our refrigerated containers and trailers are capable of maintaining temps between -10°F and 80°F. Our new units can maintain -20°F depending on how much product is being stored and usage.

6. Do you offer ground level and dock level refrigerated containers?

Yes, we have both styles of refrigerated containers. We have limited dock level units and they are 53′ trailers. Our 20′ and 40′ units are ground level.