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How to Reduce Levels of Storage Container Condensation

Before you store your items in a Shipping Container, check the interior is dry, check that it has no holes in roof or side walls. Get someone to shut you inside, allow your eyes to adjust to the dark and slowly with

one hand on a side wall, move to rear of container across and back to doors, if there are any holes they should quickly become apparent. Check to see that the container door seals are secure and weather proof.

They are a dual seal, the outer flange prevents water getting in by wind or wave, the inner seal prevents any water that may have passed the first seal entering the container. Should that happen, it sends that water by

drainage around the door frame to drain out of bottom, so check the top and side seals and make sure they are free and clean.

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