40ft Refrigerated Trailers

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40ft Refrigerated Trailers

Our 40’ refrigerated trailers are available for both rent and purchase (depending on availability).

We provide the rental units through our cold storage rental division – Portable Refrigeration Storage

Our rental units are equipped with reliable Carrier cooling systems. They are environmentally friendly, “all electric” and require either 230V 3-phase or 460V 3-phase power. The units come standard with lockable double doors at one end, as well as aluminum t-rail floors. They can be utilized as coolers or freezers and can maintain temps below 0°F and up to 75°F (depending on product/usage).

The 40’ refrigerated trailers are delivered on wheels and backed into a loading dock. They make it easy to move the product in/out with a pallet jack or forklift. They can accommodate up to 18 standard pallets (single stacked/side by side). If you are interested in purchasing, they are available both new and used. The new units come directly from the factory and are not utilized in shipping service. The new units are equipped with either Thermo King or Carrier cooling systems (depending on availability).

The new units come with a factory warranty on the cooling system. The used units are sold out of shipping service. They typically range in age from 10-15 years old. They are sold in “as is” working condition. Please feel free to contact us for additional information or fill out our online form to request a quote.

Typical Dimensions -40’ Refrigerated Trailer

Exterior Interior Door Opening
Length 40' 37'11" -
Width 8’ 7'6" 7'6"
Height 9'6" 8'3" 8'3"

Typical Weights / Capacity - 40’ Refrigerated Trailer

Cubic Capacity Tare Weight Max Gross Max Payload
2,380 cu. ft. 9,590 70,550 60,960

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