The CROSS is a factory assembled, relocatable ground-mount solar power array that can be securely stacked seven high and rolled into and out of standard ISO shipping containers. The CROSS20 has an output of almost 2.2 kW and the CROSS40 produces over 4.3 kW. This enables over 30 kW to be delivered per 40 ft shipping container. CROSS is a modular solution suitable for projects up to utility scale.
Designed and built specifically to meet the functional requirements of logistics operations on Barrow Island (Gorgon project), CROWS™ is an inter-connectable, all-steel, cargo-carrying platform and field warehousing system. CROWS can be rolled in and out of standard ISO shipping containers, or can be transported on a flatbed truck/trailer or MAFI trailer. From initial customer engagement to delivery of 4000 units to the Chevron supply base in Perth, the project duration was 11 months.
CROWS™ is a trademarked and patent-protected product.
ECLIPS (formerly Sea Box International) displayed a number of its 40 ft portable grandstands at the Queanbeyan Showgrounds in New South Wales during August 2015. These cost-effective modules are easy to transport and install, and can seat up to 120 people.
ECLIPS (formerly Sea Box International) designed and delivered a 620 square metre modular kitchen for Atlas Iron’s Wodgina mine site, located in Western Australia’s Pilbara region. This complex project involved connecting the new kitchen to the existing cyclone shelter-rated kitchen/dining facility, commissioning the new kitchen and a temporary dining facility, refurbishing the existing building into a large dining area, decommissioning the temporary dining facility and final connection/commissioning of the refurbished dining area.
Featuring an enormous mess hall, a two module fully equipped 12 metre wide kitchen, two buffet rooms and six cool rooms, the new kitchen/dining facility has the capacity to cater for 480 people. This was all successfully achieved within budget and on schedule while maintaining an operational kitchen/dining facility on the active mine site!
ECLIPS (formerly Sea Box International) designed and delivered six transportable cyclone shelters to Atlas Iron at the Abydos mine site, 130 km south of Port Hedland, Western Australia. Each module caters for 20 occupants, and aside from the requested installation of air conditioning units, all facilities within the modules are passive, that is, non-reliant on external power. The transportable cyclone shelter provides a safe haven for personnel in cyclone prone areas, potentially saving lives and significant demobilisation costs on remote mine sites.
This observation post was created as an addition to the Australian Federal Police (AFP) Method of Entry Unit training modules project. It’s a simple, two-storey observation post with an internal staircase. These products are ideal for training and for actual observation work.
The containers come ready for assembly, vastly reducing the on-site construction requirements of a conventionally built structure. This makes deployment to difficult areas much easier.
Demonstrating the versatility and practicality of shipping container buildings, this containerised meeting room comprises of two modified shipping containers and comes complete with kitchenette and electrical and plumbing services pre-installed. ECLIPS (formerly Sea Box International) specialises in customised container buildings; the home or office design is limited only by your imagination.
ECLIPS (formerly Sea Box International) delivered a transportable camp including accommodation, office/kitchenette, office/storeroom and ablutions modules to Cubic for the Australian Army.
ECLIPS (formerly Sea Box International) designed and delivered a High Security Modular Accommodation System (HSMAS) for the South Australian Government in Cadell, South Australia.
Based on container-based modular buildings, the HSMAS is an integrated system of modules that can be configured to cover a range of designs and security levels, from large facilities (including cells, common rooms, kitchens and other common areas) down to stand-alone high security accommodation cells.
The system is cost effective, flexible, transportable and environmentally friendly all with minimal on-site establishment and preparation time.
This laundry module built for Aspen Medical was installed in the Solomon Islands. We deliver our products worldwide and pride ourselves on providing customised solutions to our customers.
If you look closely at the image of the laundry module, you can see the container is mounted on temporary footings. These footings allow the container to be installed with minimal site preparation and removed without any major disturbance, while also being sturdy enough to hold the container permanently.