So instead of rear access, the body has 2 side doors on both sides, meaning the entire
load is accessible without ever actually having to enter the body.
Lastly, to provide the flexibility they need, the body was fitted with a moveable
interior bulkhead to allow them to alter the temperature ratios. To aid this, the
side doors were positioned at the very front and rear of the sidewall to give the
bulkhead the maximum possible travel.
We’re always pleased to develop an innovative solution like this to a customer’s
problem, and we’re sure this vehicle will serve it’s owners well.
As always, if anything here is of interest to you, or for anything else, please don’t
hesitate to contact us now.
Low Roof Vehicles With Fridge Pods
Flexibility of temperature split and a crucial height restriction - those were the
criteria given to us recently by one of our customers looking for a new 3.5T vehicle
for their multi-drop deliveries to coastal locations.
Our design team set to work, and the result is the vehicle pictured here, one we’re
very pleased and proud to have produced.
The first key was working out how and where to mount the fridge condensing unit.
The answer we came up with was a recessed roof pod which you can see pictured here.
This still allows sufficient airflow for the unit, and doesn’t impinge on the load
space too much.
The next step was working out what access was required to the body. Since the height
is so low, standing in the body is not possible, meaning rear doors weren’t necessary.