Provincial Partitions has the expertise to custom retrofit its Proflex containersMarch 31, 2016 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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Loyal customer Napier-Reid, a leading engineering designer, manufacturer and solution provider for the water and wastewater treatment industry, turned to Provincial Partitions to provide additional water treatment enclosures for its international clientele. The company’s Proflex containers, modular steel structures, offered an economical and efficient solution.
An ideal solution
Typically, standard shipping containers measure eight feet by 40 feet. Based on standard dimension shipping containers, each Proflex enclosure was expanded to accommodate special equipment requirements. The containers for Napier-Reid’s customers were custom modified to a nine-foot, three-inch width.
Spray foam insulation was included throughout to prevent condensation, and a removable roof-top cap was added, allowing easy access to switch out filters used in the water treatment equipment. Each container was also modified to include two four-foot double doors, a larger door for easy access by personnel, HVAC, windows and mechanical tie-in for all utilities. Checker plate steel flooring and metal interior walls completed the interior.
Because they were modified to fit standard shipping containers shipped by truck, rail or ocean, the Proflex containers were easily transported to the customer in Louisiana.
Proflex containers are offered in five basic configurations, starting with a single combined office/storage space unit measuring 20-feet long, all the way up to a combined four-office/storage space unit that is 40-feet long. Custom modifications are also possible.
It’s this flexibility and convenience that makes Provincial Partitions’ solutions the ideal space management choice. Backed by 30 years of experience in the modular industry, Provincial Partitions takes pride in its unique “solutions oriented” approach to modular structures. To learn more, fill out an online RFQ form or contact the company directly at email@example.com.