1. Steel Frame
Analysis of the structural requirements of the Bliss Mobil body as a complete system, instead of a collection of individual components, has resulted in an extremely robust design unparalleled in the expedition vehicle market. The principle of using a steel frame has been exercised by the military for over 50 years.
These military shelters with steel or aluminum frames are used around the globe under the most severe conditions. Our research calculations show that only a steel frame can successfully withstand all the forces encountered by the unit when travelling off-road for a longer period of time.
Optimal Balance of Weight & Strength
The robust steel construction also offers maximum protection in the unlikely event of either an accident or of the truck tipping over. As a result of intensive calculations and simulations in the engineering phase, an optimal balance of weight and strength has been achieved.
The centre of gravity has been placed at the most optimal position: in the middle of the unit. Thermal bridges are insulated with aerogel, which is a high-tech insulation material, ensuring elimination of condensation.