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Grp fridge body

2nd February 1985
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MEAT SPECIALIST F. Drury and Sons of Tockenham, Wiltshire has taken delivery of the first 3.5-tonne-gvw Ford Transit 190 chassis cab to be fitted with a 3.4m (10ft) Econolite glass reinforced plastic refrigerated body.

Econolite of East Dereham, Norfolk, built the body, with payloads of up to 1,465kg (28.8cwt) using its own Structurelite grp body system.

All panels are 75mm (2.95in) thick with the exception of the non-slip finish floor and roof which are both 100mm (3.94in) thick. Interior height is 1.99m (6ft3in).

The grp sandwich panels are bonded together to give complete structural integrity and provide easy cleaning.

The rear door frame has been encased in plastic for durability and the 1.21m (4ft) wide rear door is equipped with stainless steel fittings and Schlegel double seals.

Radiused external rails are used to improve the airflow over the body.


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