The job of electrician simply cannot be done without the support of a good van. Electricians regularly have to work at their clients’ homes or on construction sites, and need to carry a large amount of tools, equipment, spares and materials with them on every occasion. On this page you can see a Citroen Berlingo fitted out for an electrician, complete with racking, accessories and a roof rack.
If the equipment in these photos looks suitable for your needs, carry on reading.
If, instead, you want to see other racking solutions for the Berlingo, start here.
If, again, you would like to see different solutions for electricians, in other models of van, search our website.
Lining the interior of the van you use for your daily work is an indispensable step if you want to extend its working life and keep it fully functional for years to come. By lining the walls, doors and floor, you protect your van’s thin bodywork against the dents and perforations that cause rust and, over time, irreparable damage. The owner of this Berlingo decided to cover the floor with a marble-look plywood floor liner and to protect the doors with painted steel panels.
On the left of this electrician’s Citroen Berlingo, Syncro installed a racking configuration comprising:
The right of this Berlingo is almost entirely dedicated to carrying small parts and spares. The racking consists of a floor-level compartment with a lift-up door and, as far as the van’s roof, a total of 24 pull-out transparent containers and 4 large tilting ones at the top. Transparent containers make your life a whole lot easier as they let you see exactly what’s inside. You can find what you want immediately and see whether you are running short of something without having to open them and, more importantly, without wasting valuable time.
Given the compact dimensions of the Berlingo, the bulkhead was left almost completely free except for a couple of versatile accessories: a bar with strap and sliding fittings and a cable holder. These items take up very little space but can be extremely useful, for securing loads of different size and shape and for carrying cables or hoses in a tidy manner.
All vans, even the smallest, can be fitted with some kind of roof rack. This electrician’s Berlingo has a roof rack with a rear loading roller and side fences. As the photo shows, the front cross bar features an Ultrasilent rubber profile for reducing noise and vibration when the van is on the road.
If you are an electrician and you have seen racking or accessories on this page that you could use to transform your van into a mobile workshop, call your nearest Syncro system racking centre now and ask for a no-obligation consultation.
Remember! All Syncro racking solutions are unique and custom-made to meet the needs of the van user!