Refrigerated vehicle bodies are fully insulated and fitted with a refrigeration unit. This makes it possible to regulate and maintain the temperature inside the body. They are suitable for transporting and delivering fresh products (from 0°C to 12°C) and frozen products (from -20°C to 0°C).
The temperature inside the body remains stable regardless of the external weather conditions. Refrigerated bodies are recommended for transporting heat-sensitive products to maintain the cold chain. Platform-type vehicle bodies have a floor with wheel arches inside.
Freezer bodies are fully insulated and fitted with an eutectic refrigeration system designed to cool the unit and keep the internal temperature below -32°C. Freezer bodies are suitable for transporting and delivering frozen products in urban areas and withstand the doors being opened frequently.
The interior of the body can be divided into compartments with separate doors to minimise changes in temperature when loading or delivering goods.
Dry vehicle bodies serve many purposes. They allow goods to be transported securely as the doors can be locked. They also protect the goods being transported from moisture and dust.
Insulated vehicle bodies are suitable for transporting goods sensitive to significant variations in temperature short or medium distances. They also protect the goods being transported from moisture and dust.
Insulated bodies are recommended for transporting industrial goods and food products that do not need to be kept at a specific temperature such as bread, pasta, flour, fruit, etc.
The front wall of the insulated body is designed so that a refrigeration unit can be installed, making it possible to change it into a refrigerated body if required. Platform-type vehicle bodies have a floor with wheel arches inside.