Option 3 - The Falcon
Instead of using a lip, which can make it difficult to lift heavy goods into the container, we completely re-fabricate the floor of the container by removing it, and fitting a sumped base below, which allows spilt liquids to drain through, and be carried away by means of fitted valves.
This is done by removing the timber floor, flipping it on its side and welding a steel floor to the underside. A metal structure is then created and welded to the existing cross members, upon which the new floor can be attached. The new steel is primed, and ready for the new floor to be fitted.
A Durbar floor is welded to the new steel framework leaving a gap around the edge to enable spillages to be collected in the newly created sump and the interior is painted. Alternatively, we can fit a removable drainage grate to overlay the floor.
Finally we attached drainage valves to the bottom rail to enable the sump to be emptied (these valves are removable).
We then create apertures in the side and attach vents.
The container is now ready for painting in a choice of colour
can be included as an optional extra.