VERY IMPORTANT NOTE: For customers who purchased vent products before 6/8/2020, please click here for installation instructions. Hole cut outs are a slightly different size than for products purchased after 6/8/2020. Performance and function are not affected.

We Prevent “Container Rain”

Introducing new patented technology that is so effective, it can eliminate condensation and heat buildup in a Conex/Storage container using only outside air movement to drive the needed 24/7 airflow!

Why Us?

What makes us your best choice for shipping container/conex venting solutions? We invented, manufacture, and market our own patented “flow through” technology to address the complex venting challenges of re-purposing a seagoing shipping container (conex) into a reliable storage facility.

How does it work?

No need to spend any more time figuring out how to prevent “container rain” or deal with excessive heat build-up using those old and ineffective “DIY” projects. Our game-changing “Tunnel Series” technology requires no moving parts to wear out, needs no maintenance, has built-in screens and weather protection, and works 24/7/365 using nothing more than outside air currents for a power source. And best of all, our vents are made to fit your container walls with no welding, screws, mechanical fasteners or modifications needed!

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE:
IF you purchased vent products before 6/8/2020, cut as follows

Exhaust port hole – 5 ¼ inch square
Intake hole – 6” high x 5” wide
Otherwise, follow the instructions at the link below.

Our revolutionary “Tunnel Series” design is the only system on the planet that uses no moving parts and does not require an outside power source to provide a truly continuous air flow through your shipping container/conex. Perfect for “Off-Grid” applications where electrical power is not available or desired.

Continue exploring our website to learn how we can give you the best protection available regardless of your climate conditions.

Yes, it really works. Here’s why—

We already know that traditional venting is not an effective solution when you need constant airflow. This new technology now makes that possible. Explore for yourself!

Installation

VERY IMPORTANT NOTE:
IF you purchased vent products before 6/8/2020, cut as follows

Exhaust port hole – 5 ¼ inch square
Intake hole – 6” high x 5” wide

  1. Once the vent locations are determined, mark the port openings as per the cut-out instructions for both the Exhaust and the Intake, as below.

2. Cut the rectangle holes, clean off filings

3. Prep the mounting surfaces with an abrasive pad or 180 grit sandpaper. Clean thoroughly and apply rubbing alcohol (IPA) diluted by 50% water. Dry with a clean rag.

4. Remove the tape backings on the vents and press the vents in place (see fourth picture above)

5. Press well to make sure initial contact is made. Cure is secure at 40% (after 20 minutes). The “Exhaust Driver” has two parts, port then cover. Intake has one part. The 3M tape takes about 24 hours to cure completely.

6. The commercial grade tape has great adhesion properties and provides a good seal. An exterior sealant is still required for the top of the intake and the top and bottom of the adapter plates (if required). For the extra minute it takes, we suggest applying a bead of sealant around the outer edges of all the vents and parts. (see fourth picture above)

You are done…Simple as that!

Note: There are literally hundreds of sealants in small, individual tubes available at all Hardware/Home Improvement stores across the country. We recommend asking their sales associates which ones they would recommend for a small, one time application such as ours.

Planning My Container Vent Locations

Vent Options: The goal is to maximize the conditions of the container location, it’s size and how it’s positioned regarding wind direction, wind obstacles and sun / shade. To allow for these variables we have products that fit the different walls. The “Wall Exhaust” pictured, can be installed on any of the 4 walls. Adapter plates will be required for the sides and rear. Intake vents can also be installed on all 4 sides. You must order the correct adapter and intake to maximize the effectiveness of the winds in your particular area.

See “Vent Placement” for designing the optimum ventilation system.

Considerations

  • Spend time on site to determine what end gets more wind.
  • Gusts, turbulence, unnoticeable winds, and thermals actually help to enhance ventilation performance.
  • If the local wind is unpredictable with no one direction; or if the conex is often relocated, an Exhaust at each end might be required.  See “Low Winds and Air Exchange Tables.
  • Depending on the winds: 20 ft conex should do ok with 1 exhaust / 1 intake. 40 ft. 2 Exhaust /1 intake.  See above link to determine.

Intake

Regardless how many of the small stock rectangular vents (See “Stock Vents and Comparisons”) are presently on the walls, a proper intake will be required at the opposite end of the Exhaust. This will allow air to pull throughout the entire container. One intake can feed 2 Exhaust vents. If possible mount the intake on the shady side. Side walls are a different profile than rear walls, note the screen shapes provided here.

Vent Quantity

A 40 foot container needs more ventilation than a 20 footer. The formula works based on how many air exchanges can be completed each day. See “Low Winds and Air Exchange Tables.” If multiple Exhaust vents are required, they should be on the same wall, with one profile spacing between. Intake vents must be at the opposite end, or diagonal as below. The red end-zones in the diagram below are where vents should be located. Priority: Exhaust Vents need as much wind as possible.

Please Note

Keeping a large metal box condensation free without power is not always simple as some locations are tougher than others. For the best success with our product, download our free guide, “8 Steps to a Dry Container,” and implement whatever is possible.

We want success for all our customers, so please review all the links listed above to ensure all the variables have been considered when designing your ventilation system and call us if you have questions.

Testimonials

GRAIN STORAGE IN TEXAS!

“I can’t explain what a difference your product has made for my container. On a day like yesterday with high heat and humidity the inside of that container would normally be unbearable. Thousands of pounds of feed, a sealed container, high heat and humidity created toxic fumes that were overwhelming. Your venting system has corrected these issues and now my container is comfortable to enter even on these extreme days.

Thank you for a great product!”

John H, Texas

Click Here for the Article on John’s Year-long Ongoing Field Testing.

Note from 360 Products: John has reported to us that he has zero grain loss now since installing the vent system over 1 year ago. This was beyond even our expectations in a situation this complex.

I'M SHOCKED AT HOW WELL THIS HAS WORKED!

May 15, 2019

Yesterday when I started (installing the container vents) over half the container had “container rain.” Today the container ceiling is completely dry and the floor is much drier. And it rained overnight!

May 31, 2019 – UPDATE 2 WEEKS LATER!

Those vents have now been on the container for almost 2 weeks through record rainfall. The container is drier than it has ever been and the gear stored inside is beginning to not smell musty. I’m shocked at how well this has worked!

 

~Michael L, Oklahoma City

U.S. Navy

“I have no problem with you sharing our feedback, especially to fellow Naval personnel. [Y]ou’ll be pleased to hear that my supervisor had a chance to see the finished product after the install I did, and he is very pleased that not only the obvious functionality of the vent (feeling the breeze, he said), but also the aesthetic look the[y] add. We are definitely satisfied with your product and would recommend it to anyone in need of such a thing.”

 

V. Moreno, U.S. Navy

U.S. Navy - 6 Week Follow-Up

“The vents are doing a fantastic job and seems to be mitigating any form of moisture intrusion inside the Conex. All in all you have much to be proud about with this outstanding product and we would be happy to recommend it to anyone.”

 

V. Moreno, U.S. Navy

Contact Us

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Hours

Monday-Saturday
9:00am-9:00pm PST

Distribution points

Vancouver, BC
Keizer, Oregon
Linton, Indiana

Address

P.O. Box 21539
Keizer, OR 97307

Note

A portion of your order total will be donated to charity and does not increase your product cost. 2020 charities are: Saint Jude's Children's Hospital, Make-A-Wish Foundation, and Wounded Warriors project.