After the finalization of the planning phase, we start building your bocklet vehicle. First, the chassis will be prepared and the subframes and bearings constructed. After, our body-makers start producing the GFK sandwich panels in our own in-house pressing plant. That's how we can guarantee the well-known quality of our bocklet cabins and can flexibly meet your individual needs.
The wall strengths can vary between 50 and 60mm. On both sides the panels are equipped with a glass fiber reinforced plastic top layer; for expedition vehicles the material thickness and fabric structure can for example be adjusted so the cabin is studier. The inner layer, made out of a closed pore, rigid polyurethane foam, provides an ideal isolation against cold and heat - our cabins are therefore suitable in extreme winter as well as tropical summers.
Reliable and robust
The GFK cabins are resistant against hail and extremely impact resistant. Accident repairs and maintenance work can be done in a quick and inexpensive manner. Based on the CAD data our body-makers shape the frames for windows and roof hatches in the cabin. Doors and flaps with bocklet-made recessed grips and GFK profile as well as multipoint locking systems are custom-built. Almost all shapes and sizes are doable. High-quality corner connections with round and angle profiles inside and outside guarantee a robust, durable and absolutely tight cabin. The extensive adhesion of all body parts with modern adhesives provide extreme stability. After the construction, the torsion-resistant, self-supporting cabin are painted in our modern, large-scale paint shop before the cabin will finally be mounted to the chassis.