Refrigerated Container Operating Instructions
To ensure your refrigerated shipping container will keep performing at it’s optimum state, please use the below guidelines.
1. Positioning of your Refrigerated Shipping Container
It is importand to place your refrigerated container in a position that it can get adequate air flow atleast one metre from any wall. Ideally, place your refrigerated container out of direct sunlight.
2. Power Supply
Connect your refrigerated container to a 32amp, 415v power outlet then tighten the locking ring. Take note that a 20amp outlet may not be suitable under extreme conditions.
3. Refrigerated Container Power Usage
Your refrigerated shipping container will approximately use 18amps on start up and continue to use 8 amps whilst running.
4. Cleaning your refrigerated containers coil
Hose down or air clean the condenser on a monthly basis to ensure it’s fins are clean. If the fins are not maintained it will reduce performance, increase power usage and the refrigerated container will eventually stop functioning if not looked after
5. Check refrigerated containers operating temperature
It is important to monitor the refrigerated shipping containers digital readout. Port Container Services can fit a dial themometre in a prominent position if need be.
6. Storing frozen goods in your refrigerated container
For HARD FROZEN OPERATION load frozen products only. Do not load products at ambiant temperatures. Make sure that the refrigerated container is not loaded above the ‘red line limit’ shown inside the container. For safety reasons, switch your refrigerated container off before entering. Install a plastic stip curtain in the entry way if regualr entry is required, this will reduce the temperature from rising. At temperature below minus 10° C, the refrigerated container will self regulate to maintain your set temperature.
7. Chiller Operation
Your refrigerated container can be loaded with products at ambient temperatures. Make sure that the refrigerated container is not loaded above the ‘red line limit’ shown inside the container. For safety reasons, switch your refrigerated container off before entering. Install a plastic stip curtain in the entry way if regualr entry is required, this will reduce the temperature from rising. At chiller temperatures (+ 2° C to + 8° C) the refrigerated container will run continuously. At required temperature, the unit is in “Power Saver” mode, with fans running intermittently.
8. Defrosting you refrigerated shipping container
You can set your refrigerated shipping container on a defrost cycle every 6, 9, 12 and 24 hour intervals, though it is recommended to set this to 9hr intervals. The purpose of this cycle is to defrost any ice on the evaporator coil and will function automatically.
9. Refrigerated container alarm codes
Our equipment is self analysing though most alarm codes can be reset with simple instructions.
10. Refrigerated Shipping Container Warranty
our refrigerated containers come with a 90 day warrantee that covers all parts and labour. (Conditions apply)
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The following details are the specifications for the 20′ & 40′ refrigerated shipping containers.
|20′ Refrigerated Container
|40′ Refrigerated Container
|Inside Cubic Capacity
|Max Gross Weight
|20′ Refrigerated External
|6.06 m (20′)
|2.44 m (8′)
|2.90 m (9’6”)
|20′ Refrigerated Internal
|40′ Refrigerated External
|12.19 m (40′)
|2.44 m (8′)
|2.90 m (9’6”)
|40′ Refrigerated Internal
|Refrigerated Door Size
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