Two different material starting points.

The RollContainer platform comes in two different starting points. Plastic and Metal. Both made of the highest quality, 100% recyclable and with a lifespan of 10 years of daily use.

Plastic The base of a plastic-based rollcontainer

High Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

A plastic type used in an moulding process to make the base.

HDPE has the internationally used number "2" as its resin identification code to allow efficient separation of different polymer.

Recycling symbol #2
Metal The base of a plastic-based rollcontainer

Steel. A hard, strong, gray alloy of iron with carbon and other elements.

Galvanized steel. Galvanizing is applying a protective zinc coating to the steel, to prevent rusting an corrosion. Even if the coating is scratched.

Stainless steel. Steel with chromium content. It doesn’t corrode, rust or stain

The Basic RollContainer

Full view of a plastic Rollcontainer

Platform. Made of plastic (HDPE), with wide supporting rails for the side panels.

Side panels. It comes with 2 x removable side panels made of round tube galvanized steel frame with flat steel mesh and integrated clips.

Castors. 2 fixed and 2 swivel industrial grade castors made of polyamide.

Finish. Side panels with high-gloss, galvanized, chrome-plated finish.

Full view of a metal Rollcontainer

Platform. Made of square tube frame, with bottom tray that can be folded up at the side.

Side panels. Made of square tube tframe with welded wire grate. Side panels rotatable around A frame. Incl. 2 textile tensioning belts.

Castors. 2 fixed and 2 swivel industrial grade castors made of polyamide.

Finish. High-gloss, galvanized, chromeplated

Technical Specifications

Close up view of the clips on a rollcontainer

An easy to use clip to remove the sides

Close up look at the rear panel of a plastic rollcontainer

An optional 3rd side securely clipped with plastic connectors.

A shelf that can be added to a plastic rollcontainer

Optional with reinforced plastic or metal wire shelves.

Metal cage folded up so that it can be nested

Less space needed to store
1 RollContainer 9 inches (220mm)
10 RollContainers 9 feet 2 inches (2780mm)
50 RollContainers 37 feet 1 inch (11580mm)

Metal rollcontainer showing how it can be pivoted

The bottom tray is attached to the side panels and is easy to fold up. The side panels, which can now be freely swivelled, are pushed onto the A-shaped chassis and make it possible to push the mobile containers into each other.