QSH 20ft Folding Container House for Office

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QSH 20ft Folding Container House for Office


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1. The house is made of light steel structure and rustproof color steel sandwich panel as wall and roof.

2. The size and layout can be designed as per customers' requirements for its flexible dimension

3. The house has waterproof structure and heating insulation material, such as EPS, Rock wool or PU Panels interlock easily to form a complete thermally efficient shell.

4. Two kinds of flooring system are available, one is steel chassis floor, the other is concrete foundation.

5. One 40’HQ container can load about 160m2 considering 75mm thickness panel for roof and wall;

6. Six skilled workers can finish 42m2 in 8 hours ;

7. The house can resist heavy wind load of 0.5KN/m2 and 7-8 degree seismic intensity.

8. DimensionAs per customer design or layoutLoading160 to 200m2 per 40’HQ container


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Family house for low income people, Temporary homes for disaster area, Holiday and vocation house…Remote site constructions camping, Warehouse , Work shop…Company office, Dining halls, Dormitories, Hospitals, Saloons, Entertainment centers…


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1.How about the installation? For example, the time and cost?

To install 200sqm house needs only 45 days by 6 professional workers. The salary of enginner is USD150/day, and for workers, it's 100/day.

2.How long is the life span of the house?

Around 50 years 

3. And what about the loading quantity?

One 40'container can load 140sqm of house.


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QSH 20ft Folding Container House for Office

QSH 20ft Folding Container House for Office

QSH 20ft Folding Container House for Office


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