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2015 FORD F350 Beverage Truck, Reefer/Refrigerated Truck, Catering Truck - Food Truck in East Palestine, OH
Stock Number: 10987
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95,041 miles
2015 Ford, Super Duty F-350 SRW, Box Truck The wheelbase of the truck is 137\'. The tread on the front tires are 12/32 and the tread on the rear tires...
Rollerena Auto Sales - Website
East Palestine, OH - 205 mi. away

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    A beverage truck is a truck used for transporting bottled drinks. You need a specialty truck for transport if you have a business that sells beer, coffee, tea, soda, or juice. Beverage trucks are typically made of aluminum, which is ideal because it’s a lightweight material that provides good insulation. Beverage trucks have a number of properties that allow them to comply with federal and state food safety regulations. It’s important to choose a truck that meets the specifications of your most common needs.

    A beverage truck might be a refrigerated truck with a standard cab. Step vans, cargo vans, and moving vans also fall into this category. Each offers its own specifications with regard to compartment size, engine size, and body type. It’s smart to assess your needs prior to choosing a beverage truck. However, there are some common features you may want to look for.

    Some run on diesel or gasoline. Newer models might be powered by flex fuel or by a hybrid electric and diesel engine. Refrigerated compartments may run along each side of the truck with doors that slide upward for easy entry. These compartments are fully insulated and usually contain at least one shelf for storing bottles. It’s also possible to have a rear entry truck or one with just a side door. Configurations vary.

    A beverage truck must have some form of cooling. Most have mechanical refrigeration systems that are powered by small diesel engines or by a fuel cell auxiliary power unit. It’s also possible to use ice or carbon dioxide as a cooling agent in smaller vehicles.