How to clad a shipping container
Adding cladding to a shipping container has many benefits including providing insulation, soundproofing and of course making them more aesthetically pleasing. In a previous blog we explained how to prepare a shipping container for cladding, in this How-To we show you a process of cladding your container step by step.
The following is a method of cladding three sides of a shipping container using Domino Clamps, which will leave your shipping container completely undamaged.
These instructions are meant for guidance only and depending on the condition of your container and personal preference may need to be adapted to suit your needs.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED:
(12x) Domino Clamps
(12x) Domino Plywood adapters
Hand saw/Circular saw
Drill and screwdriver
8”x2” C24 timber
4”x2” CLS stud work timber or similar
Pilot drill bit (4mm)
(5x) 90mm screws
70mm wood screws
50mm screws for Cladding (assuming 18mm cladding)
HOW TO PREPARE THE CONTAINER:
Before you start: Ensure your container is well sited on a flat, solid surface.
- Attach a Domino Clamp to each corner of each face of the shipping container to be clad (two sides and one end).
- Attach a Domino plywood adapter to each Domino Clamp using the 45mm countersunk bolts provided. Thanks for watching. As earlier stated, this is a guide to give you an idea of one way of doing this, and there are of course other options available so feel free to adapt this as suits your needs.
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