Domino Clamps are a new product from Container Clamps, which allow you to attach almost anything to shipping containers. They are strong, safe, easy to use and above all; they will not damage your container. They attach directly into the side or end holes of the corner casting and they are removable and reusable so you can use them again and again.
- Drop-forged in the UK
- Zinc and Xylan Coated for outdoor protection
- 2000kg NWL Capacity (See Tech sheet for details)
- 4x M12 threads for additional attachments.
- Safe and easy to use.
- No damage to the container.
Frequently asked Questions and detailed how to video on out How it works page.
For sales enquiries from Netherlands, Belgium & Luxembourg, please contact our Benelux Representative
Domino Clamps attach a metal plate with four M12 threaded bolt holes to the corner castings, so you can use them to attach just about anything to the outside of a shipping container:
- Safety equipment
- Satellite dishes
- Lightning conductors
- Vehicle port
- Comms masts
- Cable Support
- Decorative cladding
- & much more...
The Domino Clamp attaches to either of the side holes in the ISO corner castings, so there is no need to damage your container when attaching things to the outside. Instead, bolt whatever you need directly to the Domino Clamp itself and put away your drills, angle grinders and welding unit... you won't need them.
Domino Clamps are reusable. Just undo the main bolt as far as it will go and the Domino can be removed. Then reattach it to another shipping container. Easy!
Domino Clamps were born out of frustration at building standalone structures at events when perfectly usable shipping containers stood unused nearby. Why wasn't there a product which would allow us to bolt lighting equipment and anything else we needed to the container without damaging it? As a result, the team at Domino Clamps was formed by experienced industry professionals, product designers and structural engineers.
We are aiming to have our finished product available for you by the end of 2019.