The photo gallery on this page illustrates a large van that Syncro System fitted out for a company that repairs and services fork lifts, overhead platforms, earth moving machinery and agricultural, industrial and construction machinery in general. The vehicle in question is an Iveco Daily L3 H2, a model with plenty of space and opportunities for installing racking. The customer wanted a racking solution covering all three walls.
Before starting to install any racking or accessories, the van’s floor and bodywork were first protected to prevent damage. The original floor, made only from thin sheet steel, was covered by a Syncro System plywood floor liner with a marble-look surface and protective steel edges. The edge profiles protect the plywood against water and dirt and against damage from heavy footwear, while simultaneously increasing grip and improving safety for the van’s users. The walls and doors are lined with custom-made painted steel panels.
The van’s left side wall has been equipped with two columns of racking. One of these protrudes into the cargo compartment slightly further than the other but both offer plenty of storage space for equipment, tools and other objects. This is a list of the storage on the left of the Daily:
The racking configuration along the Daily’s right wall is characterised by two elements in particular: two different-size lockers. The larger is located towards the front of the van while the smaller is nearer to the rear doors. Both are fitted with a double latch locking system with key to deter would-be thieves and can be fully customised internally using various kinds of horizontal element. Larger lockers are generally used to store work clothes and footwear and are therefore often equipped with coat hanger bars and a shoe shelf at the bottom. The right-side racking also includes two floor-level compartments with lift-up doors, four drawers and four shelves, providing enough storage space to satisfy most needs.
An Iveco Daily for repairing and servicing machinery needs a workshop area too, and in this particular van, the area chosen was the bulkhead. Here, we find a large plywood work bench complete with raised edges at the sides and rear, supported by a structure consisting of four drawers and two small shelves. In the corner of the van, at the top, is an inverter for transforming DC power from the battery into AC power for electrical equipment.
This Daily is equipped with only a few accessories, but these have been carefully chosen:
If you own or are planning to buy another make and model, elsewhere on this website you can find photo galleries of racking systems for machine maintenance firms with other vans too: Crafter - Doblò - Ducato - Transporter
Arrange an obligation-free consultation now from your nearest Syncro System dealer and discover the ideal racking solution for your own van!