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Just make sure that you don’t bury a 9-ish foot container under 6 feet of earth in an area that has a water table 12 feet under the ground.If you want to see some common specifications of shipping containers, check out this wikipedia article.Burying it will add a LOT of side pressure, especially if you’re in a rain-prone environment or have certain soils. Might as well just build a frame and fill it with cement in the walls for a lot cheaper.The biggest lesson you need to learn is that if you’re gonna build an underground shelter, you need to have someone who does this kind of thing for a living come in and take it all into consideration.If you’ve never studied mechanical engineering, you need to understand that something that can withstand a LOT of pressure on one angle won’t necessarily withstand even close to that pressure at another. If you push down from the top of an egg, it’ll hold up to a lot more pressure than you’d think.Press it on the sides though and it crushes before you even start pushing. You can stand on one with no problem but then push your finger into one of the sides and the whole thing crushes.

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Also consider that you have to add in some safety margin just for shits and giggles plus to compensate for the materials aging over time.

I spent quite a lot of time in Iraq and saw some of the buried shelters that were only underground partway, and they were all buckling under the pressure. Not saying that you CAN’T bury a shipping container as an underground SHTF bunker if you do your homework and spend a lot of extra money and effort supporting it but you CAN’T just bury one in the ground at any appreciable depth without some supporting engineering and there are other considerations above even that.

Just for reference, a cubic yard of dirt weighs somewhere between a ton and 2700 pounds or so.

I bet you were thinking that I was about to give you plans about how you should dig a hole for a cheap underground bunker with a door to be used for a simple SHTF/TEOTWAWKI survival bunker. What I’m here to tell you is that if you listen to pretty much all of the crap advice on the web, that you’ll be wrong again. They’re called Intermodal Freight Containers because they can be moved on trains, boats, helicopters, whatever. They were not to be buried or cut into, and certainly weren’t designed to be used as underground bunkers.

Once you do that, you start changing their effectiveness.