Table of Contents
- 1 - What is a refrigerated van?
- 1.0.1 - New Peugeot Boxer Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.0.2 - New Mercedes Sprinter Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.0.3 - New Ford Transit Jumbo Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.0.4 - New Ford Transit TDCi Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.0.5 - New Volkswagen Crafter Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.0.6 - New Renault Master Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.0.7 - New Iveco Daily Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.0.8 - New Vauxhall Movano Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.0.9 - New Fiat Ducato Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.0.10 - New Citroen Relay Refrigerated Van For Sale
- 1.1 - What are Refrigerated vans used for?
- 1.2 - Temperature-controlled vehicles for your transportation and logistics needs
- 1.3 - How temperature-controlled van refrigeration units work
- 1.4 - So, how does the truck’s refrigeration unit work?
- 1.5 - What are the components used in your refrigerator vans/conversions built with?
- 1.6 - Refrigerated vans Cargo Options
- 1.7 - Types of Refrigerated vans
- 1.8 - Recommended vehicles
- 1.9 - How many Refrigerated vans do you keep in stock at your dealership?
- 1.10 - How much do refrigerated vehicles cost?
Glacier refrigerated trucks are strong vehicles that last for years, and can stand the rigours of long journeys in the UK and trips abroad. Their refrigeration systems, with compressors, insulation and thermostats, can store a wide range of products in temperature-controlled chiller spaces and dry environments.
What is a refrigerated van?
A refrigerated van is a vehicle with an insulated, airtight compartment and a condenser system that removes heat from the inside of the van, thereby lowering the temperature and maintaining it. Insulation is crucial for the van to operate successfully. Refrigerated vans use thicker insulation material than normal household refrigerators. They keep perishable goods fresh and intact, and are used to transport products like medication, insects, animals, and electronic appliances.
refrigerated vehicles ensure that items are moved at suitable temperatures. The internal temperature of a van will depend on its insulation, the temperature of the product being transported, and the temperature of the external environment.