Flat pack

All units of the Series 1000 and M1 can be supplied in a flat-pack solution. Each module is packaged with all the structural and plant parts and components necessary for assembly, using parts of the structure as packaging elements.

All enclosed by a strong perimeter protection in galvanized steel.

Preparation of flat-pack units

Preparation of flat-pack units
No. 9 flat-packs series M1 on lowered semi-trailer truck

No. 9 flat-packs series M1 on lowered semi-trailer truck

The strength of flat-pack modules is to allow transport volumes to be reduced even by 80%.

A semi-trailer truck can transport up to packaged 8 modules M1 packaged
(2 packages of 4 units each)
and up to 10 modules Series 1000 packaged (2 packages of 5 units each).

When the units are transported on trucks, they are blocked between each other through the “star-block” system to avoid side slips during long-distance transports.
In the Series M1, the corner blocks with ISO drilling allow them to be immediately hooked to the truck thanks to the “twist lock” system.

Packaged flat-pack units ready for loading

Packaged flat-pack units ready for loading

No. 10 flat-packs series 1000 on semi-trailer truck

No. 10 flat-packs series 1000 on semi-trailer truck

Arrived at destination the flat-pack module can be assembled in a very short time thanks to the use of simple manual equipment and lift means, even by unskilled personnel.

The simplicity of the operations required for assembly - carried out following the assembly instructions provided - allows obtaining a module with technical and performance characteristics identical to the modules supplied already assembled.

Flat-pack unit M1

Flat-pack unit M1
Packaged flat-pack units ready for loading

Packaged flat-pack units ready for loading

The reduction of volumes also translates into a significant reduction in transport costs, which may be particularly appealing for deliveries beyond national borders or for the supply of large quantities of modules.