The refrigerated van is a great asset for the food industry. It’s essential for transporting perishable goods, especially in areas where there are no supermarkets. When purchasing a refrigerated van, the following are some of the top things to look for:
1. Size. The size of your van is going to depend on what you’re planning on using it for. If you’re going to be hauling a lot of items in one trip, then you’ll need a larger one. However, if you just plan on hauling smaller items, then a smaller one will work just fine.
2. Make and model. Make sure that the brand of your van is reliable and well-known in the industry so that you can trust it won’t break down easily or take forever to fix when problems arise. The make should be trusted as well since this tells you how long they’ve been doing business in the industry and how many years they’ve been around making cars that last long enough for people to buy them again when they’re older models come out.
3. Maintenance history report. Before buying any used car or truck, always make sure that there’s an up-to-date maintenance history report available with documentation showing what parts have been replaced over time along with when those replacements occurred so that you know exactly what parts may fail.
4. The first thing to look for when buying a refrigerated van is that it be in good condition. Make sure that all of the parts are in good working order and that there are no major leaks or other problems with the unit. A good way to check this is by taking it on a test run before committing to making an offer on it.
Here are some tips to help you choose:
1. Make sure the van has enough space for your goods. You don’t want to overload it or have your products arrive at their destination damaged
2. Choose a van with a high temperature range (from -18ºC to +18ºC) so that you can store any type of product you want
3. Make sure that it has enough insulation and ventilation so that your products won’t deteriorate during transport
4. Check if it has an alarm system that will warn you if the temperature rises above 18ºC or below 0ºC so that you can adjust accordingly
5. If possible, buy a refrigerated van with a compressor that allows you to control the temperature yourself (it’s much more expensive but worth it!)