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1707 Farrell Road
Houston, TX 77073
Plane and Oil Rig in Front of Sun
Our boxes are constructed in a neat and orderly fashion with a high regard to detail (i.e. square cuts, flush corners, symmetrical appearance, neat and accurate markings, etc.)

The manner in which the sides, ends, floor, and top are secured to one another gives optimum strength to the entire package. These boxes are able to withstand a stacked weight on top of one another greater than the individual packed gross weight of each box.

Each piece/type of equipment is packaged in an adequate manner for its intended mode of transporation with a great deal of attention given to floor bearing weight, lifting/slinging areas, protection of critical/fragile areas, and sufficient cushioning/bracing required for safe transport.

Materials Used in Construction

2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 2x12 Texas Yellow Pine - Grades #2, #3, and #4
4x4, 6x6, 8x8, 12x12 Oak Timbers
Plywood Sheathing CDX Exterior Grade - 3/4”, 15/32”, and 3/8”
Nails 3” Screw Shank, 20P Steel, and 6P Steel
Staples 1-1/2” Chisel Point
Steel Strapping High Tensile Steel - 2”, 1-1/4”, and 3/4”

Construction Specifications

Sides and Ends 2x4 Framing with 15/32” or 3/8” Plywood Sheathing
Flooring (Standard) 2x8, 2x10, 2x12 Pine Flooring
Flooring (Heavy Weight) 2x8, 2x10, 2x12 Oak Timber
Floor Runners (Standard) Double or Triple Stacked Pine
Floor Runners (Heavy Wgt) 4x4, 6x6, 8x8, 12x12 Oak Timber
Top 15/32” or 3/8” Plywood Sheating
Fastening Plywood is secured to framework with 1-1/2” staples. Sides are secured to each other with 3” screw shank nails and/or 20P steel nails. Top is secured to sides with 1-1/2” staples. Steel strapping of appropriate size is wrapped around box in several places to give added security and integrity to the box.
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