The company that commissioned this particular Fiat Fiorino mobile workshop specialises in the installation, commissioning and maintenance of pellet and wood burning stoves and boilers, complete with the ventilation and flue systems necessary to operate them safely. The company needed a way to sell and above all service its stoves, boilers and cookers in the most professional manner possible. As you can see on this page, the first thing Syncro System’s installers did was to fit a 12 mm thick plywood floor liner with a marble look finish to protect the original floor against damage, provide a perfectly flat floor surface and allow racking units to be anchored securely. The racking on the left side wall starts, at the bottom, with an open wheel arch cabinet fitted with a tool case shuttle. Above this is a pull-out vice bench with a 115 mm forged steel vice, complete with a rotating base and special jaws for pipes. Above the vice bench are two case trays on telescopic runners containing component cases with internal part trays. The cases can be opened without removing them from their trays. If they are needed at the work site, of course, the cases removed easily with the trays open. Alongside and above the case cabinet are two shelves with space dividers and non-slip mats. At the very top of the racking on the left side is a shelf with removable polypropylene containers. The racking on the right also starts with a wheel arch cabinet, but this time with a parallelogram action door. Over this is a drawer cabinet with five metal drawers on telescopic runners, complete with mats, dividers and an automatic system for keeping them closed. The three 66 mm high drawers contain a set of plastic trays for small parts, ideal for carrying large quantities of spares and other small items. At the side door, the Syncro team installed two sloping shelves. These face in the opposite direction to the other racking modules to permit easy access from the van’s side door without having to climb on board. A shelf with mats and dividers tops off the racking on the right of the van. A number of useful accessories have also been installed to enhance the productivity of this Fiorino workshop. At the rear, we can see a first aid case on the left and a metal drawer cabinet with four transparent, tilting containers on the right. The bulkhead has been fitted with a rail and strap system for securing cargo, and a compact but powerful LED ceiling light has been installed to illuminate the interior of the van. This mobile workshop also boasts an impressive compressed air and electrical energy system: the Syncro team has installed a compact but high performance, self-lubricating air compressor at the side door. There is even a cable winder and a hose winder to supply electrical energy and compressed air outside the van, and a small electrical power panel with a number of sockets and a built-in differential circuit breaker. So here’s another mission successfully completed! Syncro’s racking installers have converted this small Fiat van into a perfectly efficient and well-equipped mobile workshop for installing and servicing pellet and wood-burning stoves, boilers and cookers.