We use sandwich panels to insulate the load compartment. The panels and their joints have been formed of plastic. On one side, the panel is covered with a suitably thick reinforced polyester plastic.
The insulation of the entire load compartment is executed as a monolithic construction, making the compartment airtight and gastight. The hermetic environment of the compartment guarantees that the desired temperature is reached and maintained.
The interior surfaces of the insulated load compartment are hygienic and easy to maintain. The floor is covered with a sprayed POLYUREA coating. A water drainage system can be installed into the floor, and we also offer different door threshold options.
If necessary, we execute the load compartment’s thermal insulation in accordance with the ATP* Agreement.
ATP – Agreement on the International Carriage of Perishable Foodstuffs and on the Special Equipment to be Used for such Carriage.
K-factor – coefficient, which characterises thermal conductivity of the isothermal body of the carriage equipment.
FNA – k-factor of a refrigerated vehicle with normal insulation <0.7.
FCR – k-factor of a refrigerated vehicle with enforced insulation <0.4.