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26 April 2010


Jim Merrithew

Shipping containers are designed to be water tight. If you insulated on the inside, the moisture would condense on the cold steel skin. If there was an interior vapour barrier, you would trap the moisture. It would probably be best to insulate on the exterior. In any case, reusing a shipping container (a former boss from Newfoundland called these seacans) is an interesting challenge.

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