Container specifications


Specifications

How to determine the density

For the cubic dimensions of a load measured in width, length and depth, the length is multiplied, the width and depth for dimensions in cubic inches.

Example:
Length 21 ", Width 20", Depth 22 "
21 x 20 x 22 = 9,240 cubic inches.

To convert cubic inches to cubic feet, cubic inches by 1728 (the number of one cubic inch in a cubic foot) are divided.

Example:
9.240 / 1.728 = 5.35 cubic feet

To determine the density, divide the load weight by the number of cubic feet.

Example:
80 / 5.35 = 14.95 pounds per cubic foot
If the cargo is palletized, the dimensions of the pallet determine cubic dimensions.

Since the original dimension of the carton remains the same, the cubic dimensions now including that palette.

Example:
Long 48 "width 40", depth 28 "(22" plus 6 "palette) 48 x 40 x 28 = 53,760 cubic inches.

Cubic foot makes only dividing by 1728.

Example:
53,760 / 1728 = 31.1 cubic feet.

Then the density is equal to 110 weight (80 pounds per carton over about 30 pounds per pallet) divided by the cubic dimensions.

Example:
110 / 31.1 = 3.54 pounds per cubic foot.

Air specifications

Lower Deck Type Container-8D-IATA IATA code: WATER-WATER: LD-2

Maximum Gross Weight
1,225 kg / 2,700 lb

Volume
3.4 m3 / 120 ft3

Loud
60 kg / 132 lb

External Dimensions
(L x W x H)
1,194 mm x 1,534 mm x 1,626 mm
(47 in x 60.4 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For
777, 767


Lower Deck Container-Type 8 IATA IATA code: AK-ATA: LD-3

Maximum Gross Weight

1,588 kg / 3,500 lb

Volume

4.53 m3 / 160 ft3

Loud

70 kg / 154 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

1,562 mm x 1,534 mm x 1,626 mm

(61.5 in x 60.4 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

DC10-30 Freighter, DC10, 747, 777, 767


Lower Deck Type Container-6-IATA IATA code: ALF-ATA: LD-6

Maximum Gross Weight

3,175 kg / 7,000 lb

Volume

6.94 m3 / 245 ft3

Loud

180 kg / 397 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,175 mm x 1,534 mm x 1,626 mm (125 in x 60.4 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

747, 747F, L1011


Lower Deck Container-Type 6B-IATA IATA code: AQ-ATA: LD-8

Maximum Gross Weight

2,449 kg / 5,400 lb

Volume

6.94 m3 / 245 ft3

Loud

120 kg / 264 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

2,438 mm x 1,534 mm x 1,626 mm (96 in x 60.4 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

777, 767


Container Type 5-IATA IATA code: AAP ATA: LD-9

Maximum Gross Weight

6,033 kg / 13,300 lb

Volume

9.91 m3 / 350 ft3

Loud

200 kg / 440 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,175 mm x 2,235 mm x 1,626 mm (125 in x 88 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

747, 747F, L1011


Upper Deck Type Container-5-IATA IATA code: AAK-ATA: LD-7

Maximum Gross Weight

6,033 kg / 13,300 lb

Volume

9.91 m3 / 350 ft3

Loud

200 kg / 440 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,175 mm x 2,235 mm x 1,626 mm (125 in x 88 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

N/A


Main Deck Container-IATA Type 2 / 2Q-IATA code: AMA

Maximum Gross Weight

6,804 kg / 15,000 lb

Volume

17.16 m3 / 606 ft3

Loud

260 kg / 572 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,175 mm x 2,438 mm x 2,438 mm (125 in x 96 in x 96 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

747F


Lower Deck Container-Type 2BG-IATA IATA code: AMU

Maximum Gross Weight

6,033 kg / 13,300 lb

Volume

13.7 m3 / 480 ft3

Loud

200 kg / 440 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,175 mm x 2,438 mm x 1,626 mm (125 in x 96 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

747, 747F


Lower Deck Pallet with Net-IATA Type 6-IATA Prefix: PL

3,175 kg / 7,000 lb

Volume

6.94 m3 / 245 ft3

Loud

90 kg / 198 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,175 mm x 1,534 mm x 1,626 mm (125 in x 60.4 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

DC10, DC10-30 Freighter, 747, 777


Pallet with Net-Type 5-IATA IATA code: PA

Maximum Gross Weight

4,626 kg / 10,200 lb

Volume

9.91 m3 / 350 ft3

Loud

120 kg / 264 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,715 mm x 2,235 mm x 1,626 mm (125 in x 88 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

DC10-30 Freighter, DC10-30

747, 747F, 777, 767-300


Pallet with Net-Type 2WA-IATA IATA code: PM

Maximum Gross Weight

5,035 kg / 11,100 lb

Volume

15.8 m3 / 557 ft3

Loud

130 kg / 287 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,715 mm x 2,438 mm x 1,626 mm (125 in x 96 in x 64 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

DC10-30, Freighter, DC10-30, 747, 747F


Main Deck Pallet with Net-IATA Type 2H-IATA Prefix: PM

Maximum Gross Weight

6,804 kg / 15,000 lb

Volume

21.16 m3 / 747 ft3

Loud

130 kg / 287 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,715 mm x 2,438 mm x 2,997 mm (125 in x 96 in x 118in)

Aircraft Accepted For

DC10-30 Freighter, 747F


Main Deck Pallet with Net-IATA Type 2/2Q-IATA Prefix: PM

Maximum Gross Weight

6,804 kg / 15,000 lb

Volume

17.16 m3 / 606 ft3

Loud

130 kg / 287 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

3,175 mm x 2,438 mm x 2,438 mm (125 in x 96 in x 96 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

DC10-30 Freighter, 747F


Main Deck Pallet with Net-IATA Type 1/1S-IATA Prefix: PG

Maximum Gross Weight

13,608 kg / 30,000 lb

Volume

33.25 m3 / 1,174 ft3

Loud

400 kg / 882 lb

External Dimensions

(L x W x H)

6,058 mm x 2,438 mm x 2,438 mm (238.5 in x 96 in x 96 in)

Aircraft Accepted For

DC10-30 Freighter, 747F

Maritime Container specifications

General purpose container 20

Suitable for any general cargo.
These containers must be equipped with dividers for loose cargo.
Forklift space in the container.
Wide variety of security devices on the roof and floor safety rails and corners with poles.
Serguridad devices allow you to a weight of 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs) each.
Note that the weight allows for rail transport.

General purpose container 40

Suitable for any general cargo.
These containers must be equipped with dividers for loose cargo.
Forklift space in the container.
Wide variety of security devices on the roof and floor safety rails and corners with poles.
Serguridad devices allow you to a weight of 1,000 kg (2,205 lbs) each.
Note that the weight allows for rail transport.

Contenedores open top 20

For oversized cargo.
Loaded from the top.
Loaded from the door.
The overhead door can be moved in all types of containers.
If requieriera, you can put a tarp on the corners to make it more accessible.
The ability of the doors to the elevator exceed ISO standards by 33% in the Open Top 20.
Numbers safety devices are placed at the bottom in the longitudinal rails and the corners.
These devices can support up 1,000Kgs (2.205 lbs).

Contenedor open top 40

Pay oversized cargo.
Loaded from the top.
Loaded from the door.
The overhead door can be moved in all types of containers.
Requieriera if you can put a crazy tarred at the corners to make it more accessible.
The ability of the doors to the elevator exceed ISO standards by 33% in the Open Top 20.
Numbers safety devices are placed at the bottom in the longitudinal rails and the corners.
These devices can support up 1,000Kgs (2.205 lbs).