The photos on this page illustrate an Iveco Daily L3H2 owned by a firm that installs doors, windows and locks. This fully customised racking solution meets every need expressed by the van’s owners. It consists of a storage and workshop area on the right side wall and bulkhead, and a framework dedicated to the safe transport of doors and windows on the left.
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Whatever you intend to use your van for, proper floor and bodywork liners are essential. By protecting your van’s interior, you can greatly extend its working life and keep its bodywork looking as good as new for years to come. In this particular Iveco Daily, the floor is lined with a marble-look plywood floor liner while the walls, doors, and top of the bulkhead are lined with painted steel panels. Liners serve two important purposes: they protect the bodywork against dents and scratches, and they serve as a rigid surface for mounting racking and accessories.
The equipment on the left of this Iveco Daily for installing doors and windows is quite unique. It consists of a frame made by fixing four aluminium profiles to the floor at the bottom and to the wall at the top, to form a gently sloping structure for supporting doors and windows. Each of these aluminium profiles has a strip of impact-absorbing rubber on the side that comes into contact with the cargo to avoid scratching the delicate surfaces.
The right side of this Daily is equipped as a storage and workshop area. The two floor-level compartments are only partly occupied by the wheel arch and are both enclosed by lift-and-rotate doors. A vice on a pull-out bench is sandwiched between the floor-level compartments and two case trays with metal cases. The configuration also includes metal drawers of different sizes, all with handles recessed into the front panels, non-slip mats and internal space dividers. The column near the van’s rear doors and that towards the front both contain configurable shelves with mats and dividers, while a top tray with a folding door at the back runs for the entire length of the van, even over the side door. The frontmost column also contains two rows of pull-out transparent containers – a great way to carry small parts and spares as they let you see exactly what’s inside without having to open or remove them: the result is a major contribution to order and professionalism in the back of your van.
The bulkhead provides additional storage for tools and equipment and optimises space inside the van. Racking runs across the full width of the bulkhead, as far as the access step at the side door. The floor-level compartment is equipped with a bar, straps, hooks and a sliding attachment, and serves as case storage. Over this is an open shelf with a lift-and-rotate door, followed by three configurable shelves. Finally, the side of the racking facing the Daily’s side door is fitted with a slender cabinet of tilting and removable transparent containers.
This Iveco Daily operated by a door and window company is equipped with a good selection of accessories:
If you own an Iveco Daily and are looking for racking that meets your needs, or if you own or are about to purchase any other model of van for that matter, get in touch with your nearest Syncro System dealer now and discover how to transform your vehicle into a fantastic mobile workshop!