Our products have been used for many years by OEMs and were certified in accordance with their security standards. The performance of van floorings and van liners in a crash test depends on many factors such as car body, type of fastening system, superstructures, etc. and has to be checked in every individual case. Possibly, you should test the van flooring and van liners in accordance with your individual, special requirements.
- weight savings (approx. 60% vs. wood)
- increased fuel efficiency
- CO2 emission reduction
- corrosion and rot resistance
- high quality appearance
- resistant against oils and lubricants
- easy to clean
- 100% recyclable
Yes, the product passed with very good results. During the test a lattice box with a total weight of 1000 kg was shaken and stabbed on the con-pearl® van flooring. Forces up to 10 G were generated– our van ply lining stood up without appreciable compressions.
After several tests with different dowel solutions, we recommend drive-in nuts on the backside, TSSD Ejot-dowel, screwed inserts (Rampa-fittings) and hollow dowel for fastening.
Usual screws without any additional dowel systems are not suitable for perfect fastening.
The extraction values are low. The „Rampa-Muffen“ have extraction values to a maximum of 1.000 N with a diameter around 60 mm. The rear drive -in nuts hold a multiple of the „Rampa-Muffen“. Further information may be obtained on our development team:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone: +49 (0)3 60 82 47-641.
„The new con-pearl® van flooring and van liners installed in our Sprinter last year is extremely robust and free of mould. The material is tough and can withstand the daily, hard stresses on construction sites.
Thomas Dornieden, Dornieden ESTRICH
The van flooring is easily cleaned with conventional floor cleaner (solvent-free). Industrial cleaners are suitable for cleaning as well. The surface remains unaffected.
Even with intensive use, the superior look in all variants of the con-Ppearl® ply lining (Allround, Strong, Safestep) remains intact.
All layers of the base plate of vehicle floors have a uniform colour, so that slight damages on the surface don’t stand out – this is a significant benefit compared to wooden floors. In case of damages to wood flooring, the wood will be clearly visible and the floor will be susceptible to mould and corrosion.
Our van flooring is available with three high-quality surfaces, Strong – Allround- Safestep. An aluminum rail can be installed as decorative edging and for extra protection.
Yes, an aluminium rail can be affixed at ground level upon request.
con-pearl delivers the load floor as a one-piece and ready to be installed or as a non- customized board.
Yes, through our partners Rahloff Nutzfahrzeuge GmbH and Westag & Getalit AG. Our partners know the specifications of many commercial utility vehicles and vans, and can convert the boards very quickly.
You can save more than 300 euros per vehicle per year. By using con-pearl® ply lining and side lining we reach weight reductions of over 80kg. This corresponds to 62 percent savings compared to wooden flooring.
Several, extensive load tests prove the stability of con-pearl® van floorings:
- pressure strength test
- vibration and vertical shock test
- abrasion test
The product passed all tests. co-pearl® ply linings can easily bear the maximum permitted vehicle payload.
The extraction values of screwed inserts of con-pearl® van floorings have already been identified. Comparative test are still pending.
Yes, the fastening units also withstand endure lateral forces.
Yes, with lasering. Burr formation or frazzling could happen with all other processing methods.
Yes, sealed edges are possible:
- rilling during processing
- con-pearl® laser edged
- sealing with glued-on L- and U-profiles- Y- aluminium edge
Yes, please contact the SABA Vertrieb und Anwendung von Chemiewerkstoffen GmbH , Mr. Großmann:
Email: email@example.com or by telephone: +49 (0) 2871 292-400.
Internal measurements have not yielded negative results. Every user must adhere to his own processing systems. See our detailed report of the exam.