All parts are made of fiberglass encasing (sealing)—a closed-cell insulation foam with a gel coat finish on the cargo side. We use 2-4 inches of foam, depending on the part and the model. The van liner enables your compressor to work less under the same conditions, and less load to your engine translates into better fuel efficiency. USDA and FDA compliance. Easy to clean with a hose or steam washer or strong sanitizer. In the remote possibility of a total loss due to an accident, the liner is easily transferred to another van, minimizing your loss. If you need the van in Florida or Oregon, the liner can be shipped there and installed in eight hours without the need of special tools—just a screwdriver and a wrench will do. Seamless construction eliminates potential bacteria.
- Consistently high quality achieved by complying with the latest ISO 9001:2008 standard
- High vehicle payload and superior thermal efficiency, contributing to reduced fuel bills
- Exceptional strength, hygiene, and waterproofing
- Availability for the E 150, 250, AND 350 models, regular and extended
- Incredible durability, backed by 36-month warranty
Our process optimizes quality of fit and thermal integrity without compromising strength and durability. We build sandwich panels using strong, light, and waterproof materials vacuum pressed together. The interior is made of ultra-hardwearing gel, coated GRP sheeting reinforced with woven roving. Our extruded polystyrene insulation has immense strength and incredibly low thermal conductivity. Only chemically cured polyurethane adhesives are used for consistently strong bonding. We minimize the use of timber to reduce the risk of moisture absorption, rot, and putrefaction. Our panels, door skins, and edge trims are all CNC cut to ensure the most accurate fit is achieved.