Extra-strong, easy to clean liners are essential for a large van like this, especially when used in the field of road construction. In this case:
The racking on the left of the van consists of two sizes of metal drawers and a good number of open shelves, also of different sizes but all with non-slip mats and internal space dividers. Three compartments have been created at floor level. The first has a fold-down door for unrestricted access; the second serves as a tool case compartment; the third is occupied by the end of the fuel tank that extends across the bulkhead. This racking occupies about two thirds of the left side wall. The rearmost section has been left free, apart from a slider bar with movable and adjustable hooks at the top. An inverter inside the front side panel is connected to the van’s battery.
On the right of the van, the Syncro team constructed an extremely strong aluminium frame to hold a generator at the bottom and a 330 l/min oilless compressor at the top. The compressor is installed on its side to take up less height. A cable reel is provided near the right rear door. A slider bar runs the full length of the van’s right wall, at the top, and carries a set of movable and adjustable hooks.
Across the bottom of the bulkhead, the Syncro team installed a large tank for the fuel the van operators supply. Because refuelling can be a dirty job, a handwash kit with plastic water tank and paper roll holder is provided nearby. Both these items, which come from the cleaning accessories section of the Syncro catalogue, are fixed to the bulkhead by two sections of slider bar arranged in parallel.
The special features of this van racking system include: