How to protect your refrigerated van

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Refrigerated vans are used for a variety of purposes, including transporting food and other goods. They are often used in the retail industry and for catering services.

However, refrigerated vans can be expensive to buy and maintain. It’s important to protect your investment by ensuring that it is well looked after. Here are some tips on how to protect your refrigerated van:

Regularly wash your van to remove dirt and debris from the bodywork, windows and wheels. This will help protect your van from rusting and corrosion, which can cause expensive repairs. You should also make sure that all parts of the engine compartment are free from dirt and grime so that they work at optimum efficiency levels.

When parked outside or in garages, make sure that your refrigerated van does not get wet or damp as this can affect its performance when you next use it. If possible, park it in an open area where there is plenty of ventilation so that moisture can escape easily during rain showers or heavy downpours.

Clean up spills immediately. If you spill something on the floor or on the walls, clean it up right away. Don’t let food or drinks sit in your van overnight. Not only will this make your van look dirty, but it can lead to mold growth and other problems.

Make sure all areas are dry before closing your doors for the night. You don’t want moisture inside the van because it can cause rusting, mildew, and other issues.

If you have any leaks or cracks in your refrigeration unit, get them fixed immediately. The longer you wait, the more damage will be done to your vehicle’s interior and exterior from water leakage and corrosion.

Never work on a refrigerated van if you’re tired or under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Always wear protective clothing when working on a refrigerated van, such as gloves and boots. (You might also want to consider wearing safety glasses.)

When opening doors, make sure that nothing obstructs the door’s swing path. This includes tools and equipment, as well as people who may be standing nearby. If possible, place an object such as a small crate behind the door so that it doesn’t swing out into traffic if left open accidentally by someone else in your team who is not familiar with how this type of door operates.

Check the fluid levels regularly – fluids are important for cooling and lubrication as well as protection against corrosion. Make sure they’re topped up if necessary, and replace any that have been lost or damaged by leaks or spills.

Replace air filters regularly, too – these can get clogged with dirt and dust particles which reduce airflow through the engine, increasing its temperature and therefore increasing the rate of corrosion on metal surfaces inside the engine compartment (such as exhaust pipes). To know more on freezer van hire, contact us.

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