The first series Mercedes Sprinter was introduced in 1995 and was built by Mercedes Benz AG in Dusseldorf.
The second series arrived in 2006, and the current version, the third, appeared in 2018.
The Sprinter is a large van and is offered with front, rear, or all-wheel drive.
The Sprinter has always boasted a generous cargo capacity, in terms of load and volume, and these characteristics have improved with each new version.
Its cavernous and easily accessible cargo compartment makes the Sprinter an excellent choice as a high-volume delivery van and as a platform for a well-equipped mobile workshop. Even with an extensive racking system and a full set of tools and materials on board, the van is still large enough to transport plenty of extra cargo.
The Syncro System product range for the Sprinter includes drawers, shelves, workbenches, plastic containers, lockers and plenty of useful accessories like LED lamps, hooks, etc.
There are than drawer units, racks, shelves, workbenches, plastic containers, lockers, many useful vehicle accessories, loading ramps, roof and ladder racks.
Here some other examples of van racking for Sprinter Mercedes.
After protecting this Sprinter’s floor with a plywood liner and its walls with honeycomb plastic liners, the Syncro team went on to install racking and a selection of useful accessories on both sides of the van.
The racking on the left starts with one floor-level compartment with a lift-and-rotate door and a second open compartment with a lashing strap for tool cases.
Above these are four large steel drawers with telescopic ball-bearing runners and internal space dividers, three pull-out trays containing six removable component cases, four shelves with dividers, including one with a door, a shelf with three plastic containers and a full-length top shelf for long objects like pipes and posts.
The racking on the right starts with a floor-level compartment with one of Syncro’s patented lift-and-rotate doors, a set of cabinets with pull-out transparent containers and, higher up, another set of cabinets with tilting transparent containers.
Syncro transparent containers feature an exclusive design with no protruding parts and with an automatic latch mechanism. They are incredibly practical since you can see instantly what’s inside. And they are made from PMMA, the same extra-tough material used to make aircraft and submarine windows.
This racking system is made more user-friendly by a smart choice of accessories: an aluminium bar with lashing straps and sliding attachments, cable holders, spray can racks, a first aid case and LED ceiling lights. The left side racking is also fitted with two sections of milled rail for securing cargo straps and rings.
In this van too, the first thing the Syncro team did was protect the cargo compartment with a plywood floor liner and honeycomb plastic bodywork liners.
The racking on the left consists of two floor-level compartments, one of which has a strap for securing tool cases, two pull-out trays for component cases with clear lids, and four drawers with telescopic runners, handles with automatic latches and internal space dividers. Alongside the drawers is a simple shelf with a door. Further up are eight shelves with dividers and a full-length top shelf with a door at the rear for long objects.
The configuration on the right of the van starts with a floor-level compartment over the wheel arch, three large shelves with dividers and three shelves equipped with a total of twenty-seven removable polypropylene containers.
And of course, we have accessories too: a silicone cartridge rack, a spray can rack, a fold-away bench with a top-quality steel vice, a paper roll holder, hooks and straps.
This Sprinter is fitted with a floor liner, bodywork liners, bulkhead liners, and racking on the left and right sides, consisting of shelves with dividers, metal drawers, component cases and plastic containers.
There’s even a practical work bench with a vice and a stainless-steel tray for carrying liquids.
The racking is complemented by an oilless compressor, with a power socket and hose reel for delivering compressed air outside the van, a fold-away vice bench with a steel vice, LED ceiling lights and various other accessories.
To protect the Sprinter’s floor and walls, the Syncro System catalogue includes floor liners in marble-look or rubber-coated plywood and floor liners in aluminium tread plate that can even be combined with a plywood under-liner to form a super-strong floor surface. Customers also appreciate our robust interior liners, which come ready for fitting and provide excellent protection for your van’s bodywork.
Wall and door liners are available in painted steel sheet, aluminium and honeycomb plastic, and bulkhead liners, wheel arch liners and roof liners can be specified too.
View examples of racking systems for the Sprinter.
Though the Sprinter’s cargo compartment is generous in size, it may not be big enough to carry all the equipment some users need. To exploit the space on your van’s roof, Syncro System produces a wide range of roof racks and ladder racks for the Sprinter. Syncro roof racks are completely modular in design and can be configured to meet your needs. Our exclusive cross-bars with the aerodynamic ULTRASILENT profile also make Syncro System roof racks and ladder racks extremely silent on the road.
Syncro also supplies a range of loading ramps in different sizes and with load capacities from 200 to 1,800 kg.
View a Sprinter with a loading ramp and a racking system.