Parts List

Example for C2640

Part codeDescriptionQuantity
L1Base plate (with ratchet attached)7
R1Base plate for corners (with latch for fastening)7
1Top tube bent7
2Middle bent pipe14
3Sidewall pipe (bent pipe)14
4Purlin connection30
5Support pipe12
6Clip (Buckle)24
7Bottom tension pipe for roofing2 sets
9Screw M8x7084
10Screw M10x8035
12Plastic cap fi 324
13Transport belt for tent tensioning14
14Angled socket4
15Conveyor belt tensioner14


Length: 12m Width: 8m Height: 3m Example for model C2640

Maximum wind load is 80 km/h

Maximum snow load is 2.28 kPa


Improper site preparation, installation and maintenance can void the warranty and cause an unnecessary and costly error. If you have any questions, please contact us tel. +48608529940 mail:

For easy assembly, we have identified each individual component with the part code indicated in the parts list. Familiarize yourself with the part code numbers and drawing to ensure trouble-free assembly.


Very helpful video about the installation of container roofing:

  1. Check the contents of the shipment after opening the transport box. Make sure that all elements of the container canopy are in the box.
  2. Do not place the container canopy during strong winds, on wetlands, on unstable ground.
  3. Check local regulations and plan the place of installation of the roof so as to maintain the required distance from electrical, gas, water and other wires.
  4. If the basis for unfolding the roof are sea containers, they should be leveled, set according to the instructions, i.e. in parallel and if they are not attached to the ground, they should be loaded in accordance with the regulations for the area where the roof is to stand.
  5. Work in accordance with health and safety requirements.
  6. Ensure that you have access to the containers from all sides during assembly, so that you can maneuver the forklift, telehandler, jack, etc.
  7. All activities should be performed by people with appropriate professional qualifications.
  8. Check the weather forecast.
  9. Keep the work area clean.
  10. Be careful not to trim your fingers with clamps and tubes during assembly. Mount in protective gloves, work boots, etc.
  11. Remember about personal safety during assembly and use.
  12. In contact with the tarpaulin do not use sharp tools.
  13. If you install a tarpaulin in winter, the tarpaulin itself must be stored in pom 2 days before assembly. About temp. Min. + 10 C or higher and decomposed at such a temperature. Otherwise, kinks or cracks may form on the tarpaulin.
  14. The roof should be installed only from the supplied elements. Do not rework, change, etc. elements of container roofing. Any changes in the elements, substitutions of elements will void the warranty.


  1. Tape measure
  2. Chalk (marker)
  3. Level
  4. Screw keys.
  5. Stepped ladder
  6. Welding machine (welded to container)
  7. Hammer
  8. Scissors


  1. Containers on which the roof is laid out should be attached to the ground!!! If this is not possible, load the containers so that a gust of wind does not cause them to move, because this will destroy the structure of the tent and the tent itself.

A— Installation of the base

Please refer to the diagram (Figure 1) to place the base plates.  UNIT: mm

Rysunek 1

1. The measure is given from the center to the center of the pipes. Referring to the above scheme and confirming the place of base tiles.

2. All base plates require the use of a welding machine and a qualified welder to connect the base plates to the containers.


  1. As shown in Figure 2, find the top bent pipe (part code 1), the middle bent pipe (part code2) and the bent sidewall pipes (part code3). To connect them using M8x70 (part code 9), which forms one group of arcs. Pay attention to the direction of the screw. DO NOT mount the screws on top of the truss where the material will rest, as you will damage the material.
  2. Place the assembled arc in one base plate and press the other end of the arc into the opposite base plate.
  3. Finishing the assembly of the first two arcs, connect the connection purlins to them using M10x80 (part code 10). There are 5 pieces of connection purlins (part code 4) between the two arcs. Then install the third arc in the base plate and twist the purlins. Finally, install the carrier pipe (part code 5) with M8x70 (part code 9) and the clip (part code 6). Screw connections and places where the elements of the arcs enter one into the other secure with “gray assembly tape” (silver tape, repair tape).
Rysunek 2


Rysunek 3

Installation of the roof tarpaulin

Important: DO NOT install a canopy in strong wind conditions.

1.First, lay a tarpaulin (part code 8) on the roof of one of the containers and attach it to the container. Place the tarpaulin EVENLY, CAREFULLY AND SLOWLY on the frame. Check the fabric so that it is evenly distributed.

Weld the angle mounting sockets (part code 14) on each container and use ropes (part code 11) to tie the tarpaulin to the rack pipes at the front and back. Finally, tie the roof fabric to the angular mounting sockets.

2. Insert the tarpaulin bottom voltage pipe (part code 7) into the pocket in the tarpaulin. Then thread the tarpaulin material above the pipe to the width of the conveyor belts in the tension pipe pocket at the conveyor belt tensioners (part code 14A). Then cover the conveyor belt around the tarpaulin tension pipe, as in Figure 3. Evenly tighten the transport belts so that the tarpaulin fits evenly on the roof structure.  Finally, install the fi 32 plug (part code 12) on two

NOTE: DO NOT LEAVE THE ROOFING MATERIAL UNFIXED UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES until the final assembly and tightening of the structure is completed.

The process is quite easy. But some tightening adjustments will be necessary to get a flat, taut roof surface. Please control the roof covering min. once a month.

Operation guide.

  1. When using, make sure that there is adequate ventilation of exhaust gases and other dangerous fumes.
  2. Watch out for energy and heat sources. Do not keep heat sources near the tarpaulin. Do not expose to open flames.
  3. Heating devices and other heat sources must be min. 2 m from the roof.
  4. Remove the cover during a hurricane.
  5. Check the attachment of containers to the ground. Containers on which the roof is laid out should be attached to the ground. If this is not possible, load the containers so that a gust of wind does not cause them to move, because this will destroy the structure of the tent and tent. Control the anchorage of containers min. once a month and after each strong wind > 50 km/h.
  6. It is necessary to stretch the roof fabric with the help of transport belts included in the kit, tight enough to avoid “hammocks” on the roof. During use, it is necessary to re-stretch the fabric once or twice after several months of use. This is especially important when installing a canopy in cold weather (autumn and winter), because the fabric is then rigid. When we have the sun and warm weather, it fits better on the structure and the fabric can become “loose”, then you need to tighten the fabric again.
  7. It is the responsibility of the owner to immediately remove the snow, if not to slide off on its own.
  8. Conveyor belts and other rubber components are parts that are subject to wear. It is necessary to counter their condition once a month and replace as needed.
  9. For cleaning the tarpaulin of the container canopy, a gentle water solution with a washing liquid that does not damage the PVC is recommended. Karcher washing equipment can be used at low pressure and from a safe distance.
  10. For disassembly, use a packing list. Do not pack a wet canopy.
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