COOLERTECH will be using the CV Show this month to display its expertise in keeping things chilled out.
The company designs and builds high-quality insulated vehicles ranging from small car-derived vans through to 26-tonne rigids.
Three examples of Coolertech’s innovative work in insulation – two box bodies and one panel van conversion – will be displayed on its stand at the show, which takes place at the Birmingham NEC from 29th April to 1st May.
Coolertech widely-employed van conversion capabilities are demonstrated at the show by a Mercedes Sprinter Euro-6 insulated panel van.
The dual compartment, multi-temperature conversion features Coolertech’s low-temperature side door – this is hinged on the right and, when opened fully, sits flat against the side of the panel van, allowing safe access and pallet loading.
The recently-launched AiroSprint, displayed on a 3.5-tonne box body, has been designed specifically for the Mercedes Sprinter chassis cab. It features a narrower, more streamlined body that follows the lines and width of the vehicle’s cab.
A lightweight body styling kit also complements the shape, colour and form of the cab’s bumper section and door detail trim.
Also on the stand is a FUSO Canter 7C15 Eco Hybrid – a 7.5-tonne truck fitted with a lightweight, single compartment insulated box body designed to carry chilled goods. The body features myriad design elements intended to gain maximum payload.