Some people believe that no matter how many changes that a movable cubicle will undergo, it will never change the fact that it can only transport and store materials without maintaining their qualities. This perception isn’t true, especially if the cubicle has one or more of the these 18 modifications:
They keep dry and refrigerated materials off the floor. Shelves keep those materials organized in a movable cubicle. Easier accessibility to materials and greater air circulation will occur because materials are not stacked on top of one another. Meshed shelves can accommodate spill from perishable drinks. Heavy duty shelves can lift plenty or heavy materials for a long time. Lightweight shelves can raise light or few items. However, they can function as heavy duty shelves for a short time.
These tables are where packing and unpacking of shelved items are done. Workbenches with mesh allow spillage from liquid or wet goods. These tables can either be fixed or moved in a movable cubicle from one area to another.
3. Alarm system
This system produces an audible signal that can alert people of a possible break-in and theft. It usually happens after a thief is able to unlock the lock.
4. HVAC system
This system includes heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to control internal temperature. It is typically used for cubicles that are divided into multiple sections. Residential applications aren’t suitable for this system.
5. Lock box
This simple lock hides and protects the padlock from being cut by bolt cutters. It’s welded to the cubicle’s doors for easy access.
This modification allows people to check inside the movable cubicle for missing items without going inside.
7. Personnel door
This door is commonly used for residential and industrial applications because of its resemblance to an ordinary door. An industrial personnel door can secure stored items because it is constructed out of steel. A residential personnel door is cheaper because it is manufactured from wood.
8. LED light
This light only needs to be attached to a small battery for it to illuminate the cubicle’s interior. It is suitable for cubicles that don’t have access to electricity or are placed in isolated areas.
9. Flood light
This light brightens the area surrounding the cubicle. Some cubicles have flood lights that are mounted with alarm systems.
These lights require 110 volts of energy to function properly. They usually come with two or four power outlets. Receptacles can be shown or flush mounted on the cubicle’s interior wall panels.
This allows the cubicle to electronically control interior cold temperatures to store perishable goods.
12. Rooftop turbine vents
These are the cheapest vents that can be mounted on the cubicle’s roof. They don’t require power to function. They control the amount of airflow in the cubicle.
13. Overhead light
This light contains a 2-bulb florescent fixture. 20-feet cubicles typically have two overhead lights. 40-feet cubicles commonly have four overhead lights.
This illuminates the cubicle’s interior from the ceiling. It gets its light source from the sun.
15. Side doors
These doors allow items with larger widths to be loaded and unloaded in the cubicle.
16. Fiberglass insulation
This contains a plywood-framed or a wood-framed interior with a fiberglass insulation value of R-13. Its surface is either fireproof or waterproof and it is easy to clean.
They separate items from other compartments that will be used for other applications. For example, one part of the cubicle will be used for storing office supplies and the other part will be used as an office workspace.
18. Security bars
These bars prevent thieves from entering the cubicle through the window or skylight.
These are 18 modifications that a movable cubicle can have.
Workbenches tables are where packing and unpacking of shelved items are done. Workbenches with mesh allow spillage from liquid or wet goods. These tables can either be fixed or moved in a movable cubicle from one area to another.