Van floor liners

Manufacturers tend to use very thin metal to make van bodywork, partly to keep weight down and offer customers the highest possible payload, and partly to keep their own costs down. Van floors are often made by welding together shaped sheets, with a series of reinforcement profiles underneath. With continuous heavy use, these van floors can deform so much that they become virtually unusable. It is therefore strongly recommended to install a robust liner over the original floor.

To make your van easier to use and to protect its bodywork at the same time, Syncro System offers a complete range of floor liners in high grade plywood or aluminum tread plate, ready for quick and easy installation by Syncro technicians or even for DIY fitting.

A van without liners showing damage to the wallWithout liners, van bodywork is easily damaged

Bumper footplates

Syncro System technicians can install a bumper footplate along with your floor liner. For safer access to you van and for greater strength too, always request the application of a bumper footplate. Syncro supplies stainless steel and aluminum tread plate versions for all models of van.

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New rubber-coated and marble-look finishes for plywood floor liners

01_A Ducato with a marble-look floor liner 02_Marble-look plywood for floor liners 03_A Renault Master with a marble-look floor liner 04_A Doblò with a rubber-coated floor liner 05_Close-up of the rice-grain rubber surface 06_A floor liner with a rubber-coated surface

Syncro’s classic 12 mm thick, birch plywood liners are now supplied in two versions: with a marble-look or a rubber-coated finish. In addition to the difference in appearance, the two surfaces also have different characteristics and performance levels.

  • Marble-look floor liners. This type of finish has a pattern of small dots that looks like marble agglomerate. It is tough and non-slip, but really stands out for the speed and ease with which it can be cleaned. The attractive surface pattern also hides small marks and traces of dirt, so that your van’s floor still looks clean when you return to base at the end of the day and can clean or wash it properly.
  • Rubber coated floor liners. The light colour of this surface helps brighten up your van’s cargo compartment. Grip is the key characteristic of this finish, however: it is simply the best available on today’s market.
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Aluminum tread plate and plastic-coated floor liners

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Aluminum tread plate floor liners are made from tough, annealed aluminum alloy. Base thickness is 2 mm (1/12”), but the relief pattern on top of this is a further 1.8 mm (1/14”) deep. Aluminum liners are the best choice if you often need to carry heavy equipment, or if you appreciate their attractive, easy to clean surface. To create a super-resistant floor, an aluminum tread plate liner can be fitted over a plywood liner.

Our new plywood liners with a rice-grain rubber coating offer superb grip in addition to good mechanical strength. The attractive light grey coating provides an excellent high-grip surface but is perfectly well suited to all applications.

Two-layer floor liners: plywood + aluminum

A close-up of the plywood and aluminum floor liner A Jumpy with a two-layer floor liner in birch plywood and aluminum tread plate Stainless-steel edging on the 9 mm birch plywood + aluminum tread plate floor liner

For a floor liner that is twice as strong and almost totally dent-resistant, check out Syncro’s two-layer floor liner, made from plywood underneath and aluminum tread plate on top. Stainless-steel edging, inserted between the two layers, protects the liner at all exposed edges.

Van ceiling liners

If you need total body protection for your van interior, Syncro North America can fit a ceiling liner too. Ceiling liner panels are made from painted steel, aluminum or honeycomb plastic sheet. The last photo on the right shows a closed compartment over the cab roof – a great way to turn useless space into practical storage.

A cab roof storage compartment with access doorA fully lined van, compete with ceiling liner Over-cab storage for high body vansProtective ceiling liners
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