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Junior Burger
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2017/10/11 17:56:11 (permalink)

Food Bus Truck Wall

I have a question regarding the food truck wall.
I have already done a food truck before and its in operation. It is an old school bus (fly bird) picture attached for the old one ().
I am doing a similar one. ()
I am from the middle east and the weather down hear is very very hot. My current food truck is very hot from inside to the level that it is effecting our operation although I have two big AC units installed. It is so because I kept all the windows as they are.
I want to avoid this issue, my plan is to cancel the windows, close them from outside with iron sheets and put heat insulation on the walls of the food truck and stainless steel on top of it. I am not sure if I should have iron frame done inside so it will hold the heat insulation and the stainless steel sheets or just stick them together directly to the bus wall?
And if there is a better idea I would be happy to hear it.
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Re: Food Bus Truck Wall 2017/11/09 03:15:37 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby shams90 2017/11/13 07:05:56
Aluminum and insulation. Steal and iron would still retain heat even within the insulation. Aluminum or nickel plated aluminum is what they use on the back of deep fryers and on walk-in freezers to reduce the heat. If the bus is made of steal it will trap and absorb heat as well. If you have enough space in the Bus I would set a walk-in Freezer/ Fridge along the back 2 meters or so. The type of units that they use on Refrigeration Containers would keep thing really cold for product. And could supplement the ac units buy cracking the door a little.    
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