Gable style container roof kit

Gable style container roof kit.

20′ Space, Gable Roof Style, 155 MPH, 62 PSF
SKU
CXWGB36SP
20′ Space, Gable Roof Style, 155 MPH, 62 PSF
SKU
CXWGB36SP

Starts at $6,950
  • 20′ Space
  • Gable style shipping container roof
  • 155 MPH, 62 PSF
  • Made of American Steel
  • 20 Year Guarantee
  • Designed for quick and easy construction
  • All kits are 20 feet length and attach to two shipping containers
  • Kits can be combined end to end for longer length
  • Can be disassembled, transported and re-assembled
  • Roof attaches to container pin points for a secure attachment
  • Require no footings or approval in most cases
  • Standard acrylic galvalume finish or choice of 14 paint colors for roof, trim, and gutters
  • Set-up and containers are not included
  • 4-5 week lead time
  • FREE SHIPPING NATIONWIDE!

Wind Pressure of Basic Speed is: q= (V^2)/1.6 { V to the power of 2 divided by 1.6} Where q is the pressure in Pa and V is the wind velocity in m/sec. Transferring this to American unit’s yields: q= (V^2)/383.6 where q is the pressure in PSF and V is the velocity in mph. For Example, Speed of 100 mph gives 26.07 PSF.

Category 1 Hurricanes
Hurricane with sustained wind speeds of 74 mph to 95 mph are classified as Category 1 strength. Category 1 hurricanes can cause damage to unanchored mobile homes and some signs. Loose outdoor objects (like lawn furniture) can become projectiles and make matters worse, as flying debris can break windows and strike people and cars. Trees can also be severely damaged by Category 1 hurricane winds, with large branches breaking and some trees being completely uprooted. Power outages may result.

Category 2 Hurricanes
Category 2 hurricanes have winds of 96 to 110 mph. A major problem with Category 2 hurricanes is that winds are strong enough to break power poles, which can in turn create blackouts. Category 2 hurricane winds can also cause damage to residential roofs, windows, and doors. Even windows in big buildings like skyscrapers can be damaged and broken.

Category 3 Hurricanes
Any hurricane of Category 3 strength or higher is considered a "major" hurricane. A Category 3 hurricane has winds of 111 to 130 mph. Along with the type of damage noted above also comes the destruction of some buildings, particularly unanchored or older mobile homes. Other small buildings like sheds and detached garages can also be damaged and destroyed by Category 3 winds. Blackouts may cover large areas.

Category 4 Hurricanes
Category 4 hurricanes are very strong, with winds of 131 to 155 mph. Many types of buildings, including houses, mobile homes, and stores can suffer extreme damage and even destruction. Signs are also destroyed. Trees are snapped and uprooted. Blackouts will be long and widespread.

Wind Pressure of Basic Speed is: q= (V^2)/1.6 { V to the power of 2 divided by 1.6} Where q is the pressure in Pa and V is the wind velocity in m/sec. Transferring this to American unit’s yields: q= (V^2)/383.6 where q is the pressure in PSF and V is the velocity in mph. For Example, Speed of 100 mph gives 26.07 PSF.

Category 1 Hurricanes
Hurricane with sustained wind speeds of 74 mph to 95 mph are classified as Category 1 strength. Category 1 hurricanes can cause damage to unanchored mobile homes and some signs. Loose outdoor objects (like lawn furniture) can become projectiles and make matters worse, as flying debris can break windows and strike people and cars. Trees can also be severely damaged by Category 1 hurricane winds, with large branches breaking and some trees being completely uprooted. Power outages may result.

Category 2 Hurricanes
Category 2 hurricanes have winds of 96 to 110 mph. A major problem with Category 2 hurricanes is that winds are strong enough to break power poles, which can in turn create blackouts. Category 2 hurricane winds can also cause damage to residential roofs, windows, and doors. Even windows in big buildings like skyscrapers can be damaged and broken.

Category 3 Hurricanes
Any hurricane of Category 3 strength or higher is considered a "major" hurricane. A Category 3 hurricane has winds of 111 to 130 mph. Along with the type of damage noted above also comes the destruction of some buildings, particularly unanchored or older mobile homes. Other small buildings like sheds and detached garages can also be damaged and destroyed by Category 3 winds. Blackouts may cover large areas.

Category 4 Hurricanes
Category 4 hurricanes are very strong, with winds of 131 to 155 mph. Many types of buildings, including houses, mobile homes, and stores can suffer extreme damage and even destruction. Signs are also destroyed. Trees are snapped and uprooted. Blackouts will be long and widespread.