Lion Containers Ltd supply and deliver DNV 2.7-1 certified specialised containers for the offshore oil and gas industry. Our containers are built to withstand the rigours presented to them at sea, the challenges of offshore installations, and avoid failure even when faced with extreme conditions. We are also able to offer containers to DNV 2.7-3; items such as temporary offices and control rooms intended for offshore use which do not fall into the standard DNV 2.7-1 for containers.
As well as our specialist DNV containers, we are also able to supply bespoke DNV products to individual or type approved customer drawings. All of our new and used DNV 2.7-1 equipment is supplied with certified slings and shackles as standard and also conform to BS/EN 12079. Many of our DNV containers are provided with cargo door nets and door tie back retainers. Many are also stackable and fitted with forklift pockets for easy accessibility and movability whilst saving on yard space. Internal lashing points provide the opportunity for excellent, secure cargo stowage. The majority of our DNV containers are fitted with an ISO block/Pad Eye combination to allow easy stacking with ISO standard locks, as they are built to CSC standard they are also able to be stacked along with regular ISO containers on board cargo vessels. DNV containers fall into 3 main categories:
1. Offshore Freight Container
An offshore freight container is a container built for transporting goods. This may be one of the following:
General Cargo Container
We are able to supply 10ft and 20ft DNV/ISO offshore containers to the latest standard of DNV 2.7-1 / EN12079BS to suit the global market.
A Cargo Basket is an open top container which is used for general or special cargo. They are complete with tarpaulins or cargo nets, securing points, drainage and multiple tie down points as standard. They can also be fitted with anti-slip flooring or bespoke paint work.
For transporting dangerous or non-dangerous fluids.
For transporting solids in bulk.
For special cargo e.g. bottle racks.
2. Offshore Service Container
Offshore containers are built and are equipped for a special service task, mainly as a temporary installation (e.g. laboratories, workshops, stores or control stations). We manufacture new workshops and laboratories that are certified to the latest DNV 2.7-1 / BS/EN 12079 standards and compliant to ATEX. The workshops and labs are all built to our clients own bespoke requirements meaning we can facilitate any industry type and ensure that we are providing a safe and comfortable fit for purpose working environment.
3. Offshore Waste Skip
Open or closed offshore container for storage and removal of waste normally constructed from flat steel plates forming load bearing sections, bracing in form of steel profiles and loose or hinged covers. These need side mounted lugs suitable for attaching lifting equipment on a skip lift vehicle as well as pad-eyes.