Standard Van Linings

Specification


  • Sides and door panels : 5.5mm hardwood ply : fixed with flange head screws

  • Window panels : 5.5mm hardwood ply : fixed with flange head screws or plastic jointing blocks as appropriate

  • Floor : 12mm hardwood ply : fixed with countersunk screws

  • Wheel arches : boxed in with 12mm hardwood ply : stapled construction

  • Joint sealing : ply to ply joints are sealed with silicone or acrylic sealant

  • Floor edges : protected with aluminium profile at rear and side doors : fixed with flange head screws

  • Holes for access to existing lashing points as standard (can be omitted on request at time of ordering)


Material

Our standard linings are constructed from B/BB grade plywood which has a good surface finish and is hardwood through its full thickness.

Hardwood ply has reasonable water resistance but may not be suitable for applications with frequent or prolonged exposure to water, oils or other chemicals and one of the other materials we offer may be more suitable in this sort of case.

Note that surface colour may vary between batches.


Upgrades


  • Resin ply floor : improved durability and water resistance with a lightly textured non-slip coating.

  • Polystar panels : 4 or 6mm ply coated with a white polyester resin. Water resistant, easy to clean and light reflecting.


Price Guide

Note that due to the large number of variations in make, age and model the following prices are for guidance only, please contact us at enquiry@vanequipment.co.cuk for an exact price for your specific vehicle or use the form at the bottom of the page


Small Van : £150


Medium Van SWB : £175

Medium Van LWB : £210


Large Van SWB : £225

Large Van MWB : £265

Large Van LWB : £310


Extra Large Van : £335


All prices ex VAT

Prices include fitting at our workshops in Kineton or mobile fitting in the local area including Stratford, Warwick, Coventry and Banbury

Prices based on fitting to an empty, unlined van in good condition additional charges may be made for removal and disposal of any existing lining.

Typically fitting takes 1-2 hours