The world of winemaking has also matured with time. Producing fine wines today requires wine makers to be involved with a series of technological systems that, in turn, require maintenance and servicing by specialized technicians.
To carry out maintenance, repairs, and replacement of parts on the equipment, you need a converted commercial vehicle that performs as a workshop on wheels – ready to meet all the needs of the technicians on site, in order to keep the winemaking gas systems up and working.
In the photos on this page, we see a DUCATO FIAT converted by the Syncro System team for a contracting firm in the winemaking sector. Servicing the nitrogen and inert gas systems used to protect the wine while in the large tanks, in the microfiltration of wine, in the production system, for washing out tubes, and in the production of sparkling wines.
The protective paneling
for the van cargo space was the first step in converting this large commercial van that this company chose as its commercial vehicle providing on-site assistance to the gas systems used in winemaking.
We mounted a resin-coated, anti-slip wooden floor panel
, ideal for on-site work carried out where there is a humidity factor. It reduces the risk of workers slipping and facilitates clean up after the job is carried out.
The walls have been protected with pre-coated steel paneling
, also easy to clean, and they create an optimal base for mounting the racking components and accessories.
Also falling under the section ‘van protection,’ is the internal aeration system
that plays a critical role in the protection of workers on board a van who transport potentially explosive gases that could cause fires. On this Ducato, we ensured adequate airflow throughout the cargo space by placing two vents, one in the upper part near the rear door and another one near the side door.