The company that operates the van seen in these photos installs and services automation systems for the remote opening and closing of civil and industrial doors and gates. To enable its employees to carry out installations and repairs at customers’ premises, the company operates a fleet of vans, all fully equipped for normal and extraordinary maintenance. The Fiat Doblò L1 H1 in these photos is a vehicle from this fleet. It is fitted with Syncro System interior liners, racking, accessories and roof rack. Let’s take a closer look, proceeding in the same order followed by the Syncro installation team.
The starting point for all racking installations: no matter how much racking is needed, the first thing to do is protect the van’s interior against dents, scratches and humidity. This Fiat Doblò is fitted with a marble-look plywood floor liner complete with recessed cups for the anchor rings. For the walls and doors, the customer chose to fit prepainted panels only to the upper half of the body. This strategically reinforces the parts of the doors typically used to install accessories, and the areas of wall to which racking is attached.
The installation in this Doblò is made from Syncro’s new Ultra racking, easily recognisable for the equally spaced holes in the side panels. Ultra racking is amazingly flexible and can be combined in an infinite number of ways to produce totally personal configurations.
With the liners in place, the Syncro team moved on to the racking as such.
While racking and storage form the basis of any van conversion, accessories can transform a well-equipped van into a highly functional mobile workshop. The Doblò seen in these photos is fitted with:
With the interior of the van fitted out, this Doblò was given additional load capacity on the roof, in the form of a Syncro System roof rack with Ultrasilent profile. This not only increases load capacity but also keeps the inside of the van free from awkward, bulky objects.
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