A Bliss Mobil unit, in any size, offers unprecedented strength and durability. The foundation of the unit consists of a carefully engineered, robust, self-supporting steel or aluminium container frame. With kerb weights varying between 2 to 4.2 tons, there is a wide variety of vehicles that may serve as a base. If you plan on being stationary for a while, a Bliss Mobil unit can be placed on simple support blocks or lifting jacks.
Analysis of the structural requirements of the Bliss Mobil unit 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 robust construction offers maximum protection in the unlikely event of an accident or of the truck tipping over.
As a result of extensive calculation 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 optimal position; in the middle of the body.
These military grade shelters with steel or aluminium frames are used around the globe under the most demanding conditions. Our initial calculations show that only an integrated, structural frame can successfully withstand all the forces encountered when travelling off-road for a long period of time.
Insulation and thermal bridges
The entire unit is thermal bridge-free, despite the fact that a steel or aluminium frame has been used. All thermal bridges throughout the interior of the vehicle are insulated using high quality insulation and finished with polyester trimming. The insulation material used is one of the highest qualities available, ensuring condensation is eliminated.
The sandwich panel walls of the unit are 60mm thick and reinforced with high-density foam.