Originally Posted by jack404
tell that to the idiots who had a dope growing setup in one transfreight sea freight container have numbers so you can check ?
took 3 days to dig what was left of em out the walls are not meant to hold back wet soil either the welds or sheet will tear before then , and i've seen that myself
stated so from the manufacturer of the container at the inquest..
or is that wrong too ?
Many of the old ones where thin walled non reinforced. Most of the ones used in the past 10 or so year have the extra ribbing on the side. If your going to bury one it has to be a reenforced one. Not all are created equal. One of the guys I worked with in MD has 4 of them buried in his back yard we did that about 15 years ago we did have them set in a well dug hole that left about 2 foot on each side and about 3 foot under the surface that was filled with concrete. He made a tunnel from his basement to the "shelter" made of block and covered with concrete and it has never leaked and is still level.