We offer a wide range of enhancements for your fridge van conversion to perfect it for your specific needs. Below is a small selection of the range available.
To protect the rear of your van from impact whilst being loaded or manoeuvred – and for the safety and convenience of the driver whilst entering and exiting the van – we recommend the fitting of a strong additional rear step. These are available with options such as parking sensors, wide tread areas and towing capability.
A growing number of receivers of temperature controlled goods need proof that their goods have been transported at the proper temperature. Temperature and other factors (door opening, geographical position) can all be recorded by a data recorder and some operators go a step further to monitor their data live by using telemetry.
Where products of different types need to be transported at different temperatures it is possible to split the van into compartments by using dividing walls or bulkheads. These can be fixed permanent walls, or flexible and removable walls. Some include thermostatically controlled fans which control airflow between compartments.
In multi-drop delivery situations, a great hazard is the frequent and near-total loss of all cold air with each delivery. So to help reduce the loss of cold air customers often choose PVC strip curtains to be fitted across the door apertures, either fixed or a sliding rail.
To help improve the load carrying capacity of the van, or to help keep the load arranged in a particular order, we offer a wide variety of robust and versatile shelving and racking options. Speak to our team to find out the best options for your own specific requirements.
Wholesalers of meat often prefer to transport meat carcasses hanging from hooks on rails . These can be installed on the ceiling of your fridge van. We are able to offer this method of transport using out-of-sight welded steel frames which reliably bear the extreme stresses that moving carcasses exert on a vehicle.
If you are regularly loading pallets into your van you may want to offer additional protection for the floor and insides to prevent damage or premature wear. We have a range of reinforcing options to protect against the harshest of loading environments.
The standard smooth reinforced plastic resin floor provides the highest standard of hygiene but limited slip resistance. So to prioritise operator safety and load stability we offer a resin embedded flooring solution with slip-resistant granules.
Transporters of unpackaged fresh foods often have to deal with draining excess moisture that might otherwise accumulate on the van’s floor. We use an established method of creating what is effectively a basin with one or more drain holes within the floor.
To house a roof mounted condenser unit without increasing the height or frontal area of the van we recommend a moulded GRP plastic insert at the front of the roof (essential if you work within height restriction areas).
To help prevent movement of loads within the refrigerated van, we offer a range of load restraining systems – including shoring poles, load restraining bars, integrated floor systems and load restraining nets.