Here are some pictures of a horsebox I converted into a food van, with a 5 out of 5 rating from the health inspector!
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Pork Box in use
Painted! by the super @zowords
Little block to stop trays falling out
Stencilled logo on menu board
Back door tidied up
Standard size shelving
Sink unit, I made the waste, as none was included! VERY tight for space.
The starting point
Yes it really is an ugly old horsebox
Stripped out the horse stuff, to reveal a big empty box
This will be the serving hatch. The wall flapped down to allow the horse to get in, this was permanently fixed in place
Hole in the wall
Had to cut a hole to fit the gas locker. Gas bottles must be stored in a separate compartment to the main cooking area, with ZERO access from inside the truck. You can't just leave the bottle outside the truck!
The gas locker installed.
Back of van
Building boxes. the left of the box will be the prep area, on the right is storage, and a bit of the serving hatch.
Serving hatch and rear door
This will have the Till, coffee machine etc.
Another hole, this one for the extraction fan
Fan is in, and the walls are getting covered with Stainless steel
Just waiting for the steel to arrive
ceiling, with exposed metalwork
OSB board covering the insulation (which reduced the heat in the box by a massive amount, and should help with condensation). the exposed metal work is for the electrics
Got to love some more stainless steel
Loads of wiring
10w LED lights, nice little units and can be moved about
Switches, knobs! Control.
This box has a 63A connector
Nice new cooking kit
Teak threshold and hospital style flooring
Consumer unit and fire kit