5. single seal lip of the right door (3) street side or 8 curbside, to be slightly ahead of the double seal lip
left door (2) street side or door 9 curbside.
During the closing process, as the overlapping doors begin to mate, be sure that the door
with no outer seal lip (right side) is ahead of the double seal lip door (left side) to ensure
proper closing and to prevent damage to seal.
6. Push firmly until the door cams engage the door cam keepers inside the container.
7. Rotate door handles to the full closed position. Ensure that the locking latch has fully engaged the
If the top or bottom of the door does not seat inside the doorframe, the doors have not
made proper contact with the door cam keeper.
When doors are open, door handles must be latched in closed position to prevent
equipment damage to handles as doors are folded back in the open position.
Closing the Doors
ASLMS door seals consist of a double lip design in which the inner lip forms a tight seal against a fixed
surface around the door opening while the outer seal overlaps the door facing to provide a double sealing
protection against the environment. Overlapping doors require one door (left side) to have double seal
lips while the adjacent door (right side) has a single seal lip (no outer seal lip). During the closing
process, as the overlapping doors begin to mate, be sure that the door with no outer seal lip (right side) is
ahead of the double seal lip door (left side).
Prior to beginning the door closing procedure, ensure that the container threshold is
completely free of debris (dirt, sand, gravel, etc.). This will provide for proper sealing of
the doors and prevent leaks.