Whatever material you choose to cover your shipping container with is not going to attach to the container directly; you will first need to build a frame on the sides of the shipping container and add strips of material such as timber batten at regular intervals for you to attach your cladding to. So let's look at three techniques for creating a frame for fixing cladding to using Domino Clamps, so that the container remains undamaged and the cladding can be removed.
If you have been looking for ways to attach CCTV to shipping containers, you may have already come across our heavy duty CCTV pole option which will hold up to 4 professional cameras, up to 5m in the air. However, if you don't need such a heavy duty solution or you need a quicker, easier to install, or more lightweight option then this new Universal CCTV kit for shipping containers might be for you.
With our new timber Bolt On adapter, made from 30mm birch plywood, you can easily cover your shipping container in cladding, shuttering ply, or stage flats. Many people are far more comfortable using woodworking tools than metalworking ones, so being able to fix timber and sheet materials to a shipping container was always a high priority for us.
Rather than simply placing lighting precariously on top of the container, attaching it with cable ties, or going to the effort of framing off the whole container with scaffolding or truss, this how-to will show you how to get a long steel pole up, rigged to your container, ready to hang some decorative lighting or festoon.