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We have had a few enquiries from people trying to gain a better understanding of the difference between a twistlock and a Domino Clamp. It is important to understand the difference, as despite their apparent similarities, they do very different jobs, with little or no crossover between them in terms of their function. In this blog we are going to cover the similarities and differences for you.

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The easiest way to recognise if your shipping container is made to ISO standards is to look at the markings. If it’s an ISO container it will have a 4 digit code printed on the top right hand corner of the door as you look at it from the outside. The same number will also appear on the top right hand corner of the side of the container under the container number.

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ISO1161 Corner castings are the big three-holed blocks of Corten steel which form the corners of all internationally standardised ISO shipping containers. They are the structural elements that are used to lift shipping containers as well as to connect them to whichever mode of transportation is being used to move the container such as ships, trains or road vehicles...

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