Is there a building that saves time and effort and is green? Is there a living space that is safe, comfortable, and full of creative space? Huizi's container building provides the answer. It takes the container as the basic module and adopts the manufacturing mode. After completing the structure construction and interior decoration of each module by assembly line manufacturing in the factory, it is transported to the engineering site and quickly combined into the container house building of different styles (hotel, residence, school, dormitory, workshop, warehouse, exhibition hall, etc.) according to different uses and functions. It ranks alongside electric cars and wireless Internet as the inventions most likely to change the way we live in the next decade. Compared with traditional construction methods, it is more environmentally friendly, more efficient, safer and more convenient.
In the traditional construction mode, from foundation to molding, it is necessary to pile up brick by tile on the site, while container construction introduces container elements into the prefabricated construction system, which retains the shape concept of container and integrates the function of overall mobility and lifting. It completes the mass production of single-module assembly in the factory, and only needs to be assembled and splicted on the construction site. Shorten the building construction time by more than 60%, and replace manual production with mechanized production, can save at least 70% of labor costs, and make the site management, material storage and construction safety get the best guarantee, at the same time, the development of circular economy into its own strategic cause, with the existing container as the basic module to refit the house, make full use of existing resources, The use of container steel columns and side walls itself is the characteristics of the stressed steel structure of the building, the free combination of container modular units to form the basic structure of the building, in the construction process to save a lot of steel and concrete use, to achieve the goal of energy conservation and environmental protection.