Containers were originally meant to transport goods, but we are pushing the boundaries of food production -- growing food in shipping containers instead of in fields. This transformation of modern agriculture aims to revolve around some of the challenges and limitations farmers have traditionally faced, such as extreme weather, pests and limited growing seasons. By overcoming these limitations, agricultural operations can produce more food and crops in areas where they would not otherwise be grown. At the same time, suppliers can reduce the long travel distances required to transport these vegetables to certain markets.
|Length||Width||Height||Max Gross Weight||Tare Weight||Max Payload|
|12,192 mm||2,438 mm||2,896 mm||10,000 Kg||4,360 Kg||5,640 Kg|
|40’||8’||9’6”||22,050 Lbs||9,610 Lbs||12,440 Lbs|
|11,903 mm||2,290 mm||2,591 mm||2,294 mm||2,569 mm|
|39’ 5/8”||7’-6 5/32”||8’-6 1/64”||7’-6 5/16”||8’-5 9/64”|
|Allowable Stacking Weight||Cubic Capacity|
|216,000 Kg||476,200 Lbs||70.6 M³||2,500 FT|
Farming container includes the container body and a container hydroponic vegetable planting system comprises, a water leakage opening, a plurality of frames, a plurality of sprout trays, a circulating water spraying device, a plurality of heating pipes, a computer controller, an inlet pipe, a temperature sensor, a humidity sensor; There are four essential elements for growing crops: soil, light, nutrients and climate. Urban farming containers are specifically designed to meet these needs. DFIC masters the container farming technology, please contact us for more information about the vertical farming container price!