Behind The Scenes Look At Our Insulated Vans
Maximum Insulation * Rapid Recovery * Refrigeration Unit Efficiency
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Fiberglass molded panels are form fit to the specific van model. Foam insulation in encapsulated in the fiberglass and sealed both sides. Plywood is also molded in and encapsulated to support “E” track. Van walls floor and roof are covered with “double bubble” reflective foil insulation. This “space age” technology creates a thermal barrier to prevent any heat transfer between the outside walls and the fiberglass liner. The large lip on floor prevents moisture intrusion. All panels overlap and are sealed with silicone. No exposed wood is used in any of our installations behind the liner. Floor panel is installed first, followed by the front bulkhead, side panels and ceiling.
Van doors are stuffed with insulation. Foam is sprayed in crevices not accessible. Door cavity is covered with panel before molded fiberglass is installed. Insulation is placed between molded panel and van door. We insulate our doors better than any we’ve seen. Note the thickness of the molded panel and how the insulation is encapsulated in the fiberglass.
This system works to prevent any heat transfer to the fiberglass liner. The results;
- Initial Cool Down Faster
- Minimizes Temperature Loss
- Cooling Unit Works More Efficiently Reducing Wear and Maintenance Interval
- Faster Recovery After Door Openings
Tested In The Heat So We Know It Works!