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Overall Configuration - Racked container - a suspect container that has visual distortion
to the extent that it would prevent proper alignment of handling equipment, mounting on
chassis or insertion into ship cells. The over-all outside dimensions must be within the
following tolerances:
Over-all
height 8' 0" (2438 MM) + - .19" (5MM)
Over-all
height 8' 6" (2591MM) + .19" (5 MM)
Over-all
width 8' 0" (2438MM) + - .19" (5MM)
Over-all
length 19' 10.5" (6058MM) + 0-.25" (6 MM) (20 foot long container)
Over-all
length 40' 0' (12192 MM) + 0-.38 (10MM) (40 foot long container)
Allowable tolerances of diagonal distances between opposite corner fittings, when measured
between center of the apertures of the corner fittings, are: End (D5 or 06) + 0-.38"
(10MM), Top, bottom, side (D1, D2, D3, or D4) + 0"" .38" (10MM). Side or end panels that
are bowed inward to severely affect the normal interior cube utilization.
Figure No. 9. Method of Checking Alignment of ISO Containers.
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