Offshore containers are built to suit specific equipment and are often designed to withstand high dynamic loading.
2. Ability to withstand adverse weather conditions
Offshore reefer containers are more exposed to open seas and are often left on ship decks or on loading platforms in adverse weather conditions.
Therefore, they require a minimum design temperature of -20°C. This also means that the material they are made of must be strong enough to withstand this temperature.
On the other hand, ISO sea containers (also called shipping containers) are made of corrosion-resistant steel.
3. Microprocessor control
DNV 2.7-1 offshore reefer containers have microprocessor control of the fresh air exchange rate, a feature that traditional ISO containers do not have. This means that the air exchange rate can be modified according to the goods being transported and other requirements.
4. Ventilation on demand
This is a unique feature offered by DNV's offshore refrigerated containers, which makes them a clear winner compared to traditional ISO containers.
Ventilation on demand offers maximum protection for perishable goods/cargo. The system works by providing full, automated ventilation in response to changes in respiratory gas levels.
In conclusion, DNV offshore refrigerated containers are built to withstand the harsh environments and conditions prevalent in the shipping industry, making them the best choice for the oil and gas industry.
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Written by Oliver