Bridge Fitting for Shipping Containers

Shipping Container Bridge Fitting
SKU
CXW-FTTBRD
Shipping Container Bridge Fitting
SKU
CXW-FTTBRD

$35

Stop accidents by using shipping container bridge fitting lock to make sure your containers don't budge! Lock in your order today and get it shipped the same or next day to wherever you are nationwide. 

Specifications:

  • Adjustable Range of 179 mm – 259 mm
  • Breaking Load: 100 kN = 10 Tons

  • Dimensions - 10 in. x 2 in. x 4 in.

These bridge fittings are created from one solid, strong, and reliable piece by melting steel in high-heat castings and they can handle even the heaviest of cargo containers with a breaking strength of 22,480 lbs. This bridge fitting is fully adjustable from 179 mm all the way to 259 mmPlus, the twist-lock design makes it super simple to attach and detach the container corner castings. 

Shipping and logistics companies use container bridge fittings to attach containers side-by-side or end-to-end so they can be transported on the sea, train, or truck. Warehouses and storage facilities use them to stack containers together and make the most of their space. Construction and industrial sites also use them to link containers to build temporary offices, storage areas, or work shelters. Plus, they’re great for disaster relief and emergency response operations, allowing you to set up temporary housing, storage, or medical facilities in a jiffy.

These bridge fittings are created from one solid, strong, and reliable piece by melting steel in high-heat castings and they can handle even the heaviest of cargo containers with a breaking strength of 22,480 lbs. This bridge fitting is fully adjustable from 179 mm all the way to 259 mmPlus, the twist-lock design makes it super simple to attach and detach the container corner castings. 

Shipping and logistics companies use container bridge fittings to attach containers side-by-side or end-to-end so they can be transported on the sea, train, or truck. Warehouses and storage facilities use them to stack containers together and make the most of their space. Construction and industrial sites also use them to link containers to build temporary offices, storage areas, or work shelters. Plus, they’re great for disaster relief and emergency response operations, allowing you to set up temporary housing, storage, or medical facilities in a jiffy.