This is something our installers often hear from potential customers. On the surface, it seems a pretty simple request but, in reality, fitting effective liners is essential, whether you need to keep your cargo compartment free for carrying bulky material and equipment or intend to fit racking and accessories at a later date.
First of all, protecting your van’s thin bodywork panels prevents damage and extends its life and functionality. But that’s not all. Here are more key benefits:
The Renault Master shown on this page is owned by a company that installs lighting and safety systems along roads and motorways. The intended use of the van is to transport electric power cabinets and similar bulky items of equipment.
The customer specified the following requirements:
The floor of this Master is protected by a super-strong, marble-look plywood floor liner formed by assembling, pressing and bonding 9 plies of birch wood with water-repellent phenolic adhesive. The marble-look surface is not only highly slip-resistant but is amazingly easy to clean. This floor surface always looks great thanks to a marble agglomerate pattern that does not show up small scratches or the dirt that inevitably accumulates over a working day.
The wall and door liners are all made from aluminium tread plate, giving the van interior a striking appearance and providing an excellent level of protection.
The only other items of equipment provided are cargo retaining accessories. Specially milled aluminium rails have been fitted at two heights on the side walls and on the bulkhead, for use with hooks and straps to secure cargo of all shapes and sizes.
To satisfy the customer’s last request, Syncro fitted this road lighting company’s Master with the following lighting accessories: