Plastisol’s composite constructions can be used to make various types of products (bodies), from superstructures and cabins, to cabin extensions and water tanks. All body parts are self-supporting constructions that are mounted onto the original chassis with metacones.
Plastisol has many years of experience in the construction of self-supporting superstructures according to specific customer requirements. We produce various types of superstructures, such as large volume superstructures, seven and five-shutter bodies, rapid intervention vehicles (RIVs), diving vehicles and hazmat superstructures. All Plastisol superstructures are custom build, taking into account the type of chassis on which it will be installed. The inside tanks for water and/or foam can also be arranged in a flexible way. If desired, Plastisol installs C-profiles and integrated cable ducts into the superstructure. Other options include shutters and steps.Read more
Plastisol supplies a broad range of standard cab extensions for every chassis variant. All cab extensions are fully self-supporting composite constructions that comply with the ECE 29 safety guidelines. The cab extensions are available in several standard lengths. They can be ordered as individual modules or mounted to the original cabin by Plastisol and they perfectly match the original cab and its design. Various finishes, such as steps, integrated anchoring points for safety belts and integrated cable ducts are available according to customer requirements. If desired, the module can be spray-painted in any colour. A fully finished interior and electric door windows are also possible.Read more
In addition to cab extensions based on already existing cabs from well-known truck manufacturers, Plastisol also produces complete glass-fibre reinforced polyester cabs for vehicles in a wide range of sectors. These cabs, which are developed entirely in-house at our facility, are self-supporting modules that are made to measure for the customer. The ergonomic requirements for the cab are taken into account as early as in the design stage. Dashboard and interior lining are determined in consultation with the customer. Just like the cab extensions, these complete cabs comply with ECE 29 guidelines.Read more
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