20ft mining shipping containers for sale

20' Mining shipping containers for sale.

20' Mining shipping container
SKU
CXW20STMC
20' Mining shipping container
SKU
CXW20STMC

Cryptocurrency mining is becoming increasingly popular and the 20' mining shipping container is the perfect way to securely store your mining equipment and hard drives. With this container, you can confidently work on your bitcoin and other crypto mining operations.

We can customize your 20' mining containers to your exact specifications and deliver them to you wherever you are in the country! Take advantage of our custom fabrication services and get the perfect container for your needs.

20ft mining shipping container standard features:

  • Insulation 
  • Personnel man door
  • AC
  • Heavy duty corrugated steel construction
  • 1 ⅛ thick marine plywood floors
  • Corner castings all corners (8 total)
  • Weatherproof
  • Ground level entry
  • Securely closing cargo doors

20ft mining shipping container specifications:

External dimensions Internal dimensions Door dimensions 
Length: 20' (6.58m) Length: 19' (5.80m) Width: 7' 8'' (2.34m)
Width: 8' (2.44m) Width: 7' 8'' (2.34m) Height: 7' 5'' (2.26m)
Height: 8' 6'' (2.62m) Height: 7' 10'' (2.38m)  
  • 10-year warranty on new 20ft mining containers
  • 5-year warranty on used or refurbished 20ft mining containers
  • Read more here

20 ft drop off dimension

Cost - $350


Requirements
Horizontal Clearance = 50ft
Height Clearance = 16ft
Width Clearance = 10ft

The Truck
The 20ft storage container is delivered using a 30ft tilt bed truck. This delivery method requires 30ft plus the length of the container, so 50ft in total. 

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. 

20ft mining shipping container standard features:

  • Insulation 
  • Personnel man door
  • AC
  • Heavy duty corrugated steel construction
  • 1 ⅛ thick marine plywood floors
  • Corner castings all corners (8 total)
  • Weatherproof
  • Ground level entry
  • Securely closing cargo doors

20ft mining shipping container specifications:

External dimensions Internal dimensions Door dimensions 
Length: 20' (6.58m) Length: 19' (5.80m) Width: 7' 8'' (2.34m)
Width: 8' (2.44m) Width: 7' 8'' (2.34m) Height: 7' 5'' (2.26m)
Height: 8' 6'' (2.62m) Height: 7' 10'' (2.38m)  
  • 10-year warranty on new 20ft mining containers
  • 5-year warranty on used or refurbished 20ft mining containers
  • Read more here

20 ft drop off dimension

Cost - $350


Requirements
Horizontal Clearance = 50ft
Height Clearance = 16ft
Width Clearance = 10ft

The Truck
The 20ft storage container is delivered using a 30ft tilt bed truck. This delivery method requires 30ft plus the length of the container, so 50ft in total. 

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.