The kitchen build continued….
Below: I have used a higher rated light switch (rated 25 amp) for the compressor refrigerator. The light reminds me its switched on
Below: Space is tight but there is little I can do. I have left a gap running down the side to the door for airflow.
Below: The websato compressor fridge is fitted so that the door opens to the back of the van for ease of use (it can be reversed).
Below: The kitchen drawer is fitted and works well. It has a nice EVO Design catch on it so it wont ever slide open.
Below: The template for the work top.
WARNING A TICKING TIME BOMB: At the time of fitting the Tap in the image below I didn’t know that this Tap would nearly cause very costly damage to my van. Its was advertised as Solid Brass. In fact it was very poor quality die-cast zinc. To see what happened when the temperature dropped to freezing see the column on the left (or below on a Tablet or Smart Phone) and look for “Worst Items To Avoid” at the bottom of the column. Its dangerous, dont make the same mistake as I did.
Below: Now to fit the solid wood top which has been made out of two sections of timber joined and bonded together in a workshop nearby, this was beyond my capabilities and well worth getting a local company to do it. They made an excellent job, really first class.
I have prepared the wood with Danish Oil
To Follow: Fitting the Webasto Diesel Cooker…..
EvoMatic Flush door catches – Satin Chrome
DANISH OIL CLEAR
Webasto Cruise Elegance Flush Fitting Caravan Fridge Frame
Webasto Cruise CR49 Elegance 12v 24v Compressor Fridge
THETFORD ARGENT BOWL
KLAUSBERG 7258 Whistling Kettle 3 L Stainless Steel Red induction / STOVE TOP
Update: The Tap shown above was removed and destroyed. It should never have been sold. See the column on the left (or below on a Tablet or Smart Phone) and look for “Worst Items To Avoid” at the bottom of the column.