These are factors to consider to you set up electrician van:
: What tools or accessories you really need for a job? You don’t need spacious tools, that you won’t use for everyday work. It’s better to leave that tool in the central office until required for a specific task. After you choose the necessary tools, you can see how much space you have left over for extras;
• Fundamental Tools
: There are many tools, despite what job you’re doing, that will always be required. Place these tools near the doors so that they’re easy to reach;
• Heavy Equipment
: Electricians sometimes need to carry portable generators or other heavy appliances. Avoid storing these in some back corner of the cargo van where they’re exceedingly difficult to remove any load. Therefore, store them in places near doors where they can be easily removed;
: If the back of a van is dark, unlighted area, not only it'll be difficult to find tools, but it can be dangerous. To help, you can place touch-activated lights that can be accessed easily;
: In case, you want to save money on the overall cost of the upfitting work van, you’ll probably choose steel. If better gas mileage is critical to your business, aluminum racks and shelves will improve fuel efficiency.