40ft insulated container for rent

Rent 40ft High Cube (9.5ft) Insulated Storage Container

Rent 40ft High Cube (9.5ft) Insulated Storage Container
SKU
R40HCRFAC
Rent 40ft High Cube (9.5ft) Insulated Storage Container
SKU
R40HCRFAC

$379 Every 4 weeks

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The 40 ft insulated rental storage container is an excellent solution for preserving goods that are sensitive to temperature, such as medicines and drugs, electronics, artwork, and agriculture. All sides of the container are insulated with three inch thick foam, which prevents abrupt temperature changes and maintains a constant temperature during transportation or storage. Easily accessible by lockable doors on one end. Insulated containers are commonly used by the medical, pharmaceutical, biohazard, laboratory, and restaurant industries. Whether you need a short term or a long term rental, Conexwest has you covered.

  • ISO
  • Safe and secure
  • Wind and water tight
  • Portable storage
  • Ground level entry

Have questions?

Schedule a call

 

secure cargo doors and lock rods

Secure Closing Cargo Doors with Locking Rods

The secure closing cargo doors provide a tight and protective seal. Fit with locking rods that engage at multiple points of contact along the top and bottom of the container.

  • Insulated with 3’ foam
  • Easy access 
  • Weather resistant 
  • Compatible with a cargo door lock
hvac for 40ft insulated container

HVAC

All insulated containers for rent come with a heavy duty air conditioner unit. 

  • BARD air conditioners
  • Hazardgard air conditioners (Class 1, Division 2)
insulated walls

3 inch Insulated Walls

Fully insulated with 3 inch foam to maintain a constant internal temperature. Covers, walls, ceiling and floor. 

T-grade aluminum floor

Aluminum T-grade Floor

Strengthened thermal treated aluminum floor. Withstands abrasion from foot traffic, equipment and repeated use. Keeps the contents of the container elevated so that cold air can flow underneath.

corner casting

Corner Castings

All storage container rentals come standard with corner castings. They allow for stacking; lifting with a crane; and absorb the weight of the container. 

  • ISO
  • Corten Steel

 

External dimensions

Length40 ft (12.19 m)
Width8 ft (2.44 m)
Height9 ft 6 in. (2.89 m)

Internal dimensions

Length39 ft (11.96 m)
Width7 ft 8 in. (2.34 m)
Height8 ft 10 in. (2.69 m)

Weight

Tare Weight9,880 lbs (4,481 kgs)
Payload65,560 lbs (29,600 kgs)
Gross Weight75,440 lbs (34,081 kgs)

Requirements

Horizontal Clearance110 ft
Height Clearance16 ft
Width Clearance10 ft

The Truck

40 ft insulated rental storage containers are delivered using a pickup truck and 40 ft Tilt-Bed trailer. This delivery method requires 110 feet of horizontal clearance for a successful delivery.

Door Location

When placing your order, know the direction you want the container doors to face at your location. This determines whether we load the container 'doors to the cab’ or 'doors to the rear' of the truck. On delivery day, our driver will back up to the location you’ve chosen and slide the container onto the ground.

Prepare the Ground

Tilt-Bed trucks and trailers are heavy! In order for them not to get stuck, the ground needs to be compact and dry leading up to the drop location. Muddy roads are not suitable for a Tilt-Bed truck, or pickup truck with Tilt-Bed trailer to drive on. The driver will also need 30ft of width for any turns they may need to make. If your location is already dry, compact, and level then you’re ready to go. If not, a common solution is laying down gravel, cement or pavement. To ensure the container is level, support all four corners with wood blocks.

Remove any Obstructions

In addition to the container drop location, make sure to prepare the entire delivery site for the driver. Remove any obstacles in the way that would prevent the truck from reaching the delivery location This includes low hanging tree branches, low power lines, overhangs etc. If there are any obstacles or issues you would like to bring to our attention please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Conexwest dispatch team. 

How do I move the container? 

You can easily move the 40 ft insulated rental storage container. Here are two different ways it can be done

  1. 15,000 lbs capacity forklift with a minimum of 8 ft long forks. This is the best method for completely lifting the container in the air. The 15,000 lbs load capacity will allow you to securely lift the container off the ground, and the 8 ft long forks will provide the minimum length to secure the container without it tipping over. 
  2. A regular 5,000 lbs warehouse forklift will manage to lift the container by one end and drag it. It is not the preferred method, but will work if necessary. 

When does pick-up and return happen?

Time slots are coordinated with you in the first or second part of the day from 7am-6pm PST from Monday - Saturday. For more information please contact us at (855) 878-5233 x 6 or [email protected].

Will I be charged for damages that occur during the rental period?

You will not be charged for minor damages, such as scratches or dents, which can appear during loading/unloading or normal usage. However, in the case of misuse or incorrect transportation methods that cause holes, broken windows/doors, latches, overspray, floor damages or graffiti, a charge will be applied corresponding to the assessment of damages. For any other questions you would like answered check our [FAQ page]. Or reach out to a sales rep at (855) 878-5233 x 1

The 40 ft insulated rental storage container is an excellent solution for preserving goods that are sensitive to temperature, such as medicines and drugs, electronics, artwork, and agriculture. All sides of the container are insulated with three inch thick foam, which prevents abrupt temperature changes and maintains a constant temperature during transportation or storage. Easily accessible by lockable doors on one end. Insulated containers are commonly used by the medical, pharmaceutical, biohazard, laboratory, and restaurant industries. Whether you need a short term or a long term rental, Conexwest has you covered.

  • ISO
  • Safe and secure
  • Wind and water tight
  • Portable storage
  • Ground level entry

Have questions?

Schedule a call

 

secure cargo doors and lock rods

Secure Closing Cargo Doors with Locking Rods

The secure closing cargo doors provide a tight and protective seal. Fit with locking rods that engage at multiple points of contact along the top and bottom of the container.

  • Insulated with 3’ foam
  • Easy access 
  • Weather resistant 
  • Compatible with a cargo door lock
hvac for 40ft insulated container

HVAC

All insulated containers for rent come with a heavy duty air conditioner unit. 

  • BARD air conditioners
  • Hazardgard air conditioners (Class 1, Division 2)
insulated walls

3 inch Insulated Walls

Fully insulated with 3 inch foam to maintain a constant internal temperature. Covers, walls, ceiling and floor. 

T-grade aluminum floor

Aluminum T-grade Floor

Strengthened thermal treated aluminum floor. Withstands abrasion from foot traffic, equipment and repeated use. Keeps the contents of the container elevated so that cold air can flow underneath.

corner casting

Corner Castings

All storage container rentals come standard with corner castings. They allow for stacking; lifting with a crane; and absorb the weight of the container. 

  • ISO
  • Corten Steel

 

External dimensions

Length40 ft (12.19 m)
Width8 ft (2.44 m)
Height9 ft 6 in. (2.89 m)

Internal dimensions

Length39 ft (11.96 m)
Width7 ft 8 in. (2.34 m)
Height8 ft 10 in. (2.69 m)

Weight

Tare Weight9,880 lbs (4,481 kgs)
Payload65,560 lbs (29,600 kgs)
Gross Weight75,440 lbs (34,081 kgs)

Requirements

Horizontal Clearance110 ft
Height Clearance16 ft
Width Clearance10 ft

The Truck

40 ft insulated rental storage containers are delivered using a pickup truck and 40 ft Tilt-Bed trailer. This delivery method requires 110 feet of horizontal clearance for a successful delivery.

Door Location

When placing your order, know the direction you want the container doors to face at your location. This determines whether we load the container 'doors to the cab’ or 'doors to the rear' of the truck. On delivery day, our driver will back up to the location you’ve chosen and slide the container onto the ground.

Prepare the Ground

Tilt-Bed trucks and trailers are heavy! In order for them not to get stuck, the ground needs to be compact and dry leading up to the drop location. Muddy roads are not suitable for a Tilt-Bed truck, or pickup truck with Tilt-Bed trailer to drive on. The driver will also need 30ft of width for any turns they may need to make. If your location is already dry, compact, and level then you’re ready to go. If not, a common solution is laying down gravel, cement or pavement. To ensure the container is level, support all four corners with wood blocks.

Remove any Obstructions

In addition to the container drop location, make sure to prepare the entire delivery site for the driver. Remove any obstacles in the way that would prevent the truck from reaching the delivery location This includes low hanging tree branches, low power lines, overhangs etc. If there are any obstacles or issues you would like to bring to our attention please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Conexwest dispatch team. 

How do I move the container? 

You can easily move the 40 ft insulated rental storage container. Here are two different ways it can be done

  1. 15,000 lbs capacity forklift with a minimum of 8 ft long forks. This is the best method for completely lifting the container in the air. The 15,000 lbs load capacity will allow you to securely lift the container off the ground, and the 8 ft long forks will provide the minimum length to secure the container without it tipping over. 
  2. A regular 5,000 lbs warehouse forklift will manage to lift the container by one end and drag it. It is not the preferred method, but will work if necessary. 

When does pick-up and return happen?

Time slots are coordinated with you in the first or second part of the day from 7am-6pm PST from Monday - Saturday. For more information please contact us at (855) 878-5233 x 6 or [email protected].

Will I be charged for damages that occur during the rental period?

You will not be charged for minor damages, such as scratches or dents, which can appear during loading/unloading or normal usage. However, in the case of misuse or incorrect transportation methods that cause holes, broken windows/doors, latches, overspray, floor damages or graffiti, a charge will be applied corresponding to the assessment of damages. For any other questions you would like answered check our [FAQ page]. Or reach out to a sales rep at (855) 878-5233 x 1