The reliability

 

McLouis, made to last

Construction technologies, from high performance materials to state-of-the-art production processes.

 

The body of McLouis motorhomes is manufactured in specialized production departments through high-precision industrial processes that guarantee the highest quality standards.

 

The construction technology

The elimination of thermal bridges results in maximum waterproofing and acoustic insulation of the living unit, ensuring better insulation and greater protection against infiltration. The use of new materials with high insulating performance, such as bi-composite resins, has made it possible to reduce the weight of the body and make it more solid at the same time. More durable, less subject to wear, easier to repair and maintain: the structure of McLouis motorhomes is more resistant to torsion, offering greater stability to the vehicle.

The body under the microscope

 

  • Roof formed by a double sheet of fiberglass, external and internal, PVC frame and waterproof plastic inserts, thickness 30 cm.
  • Wall with double sheet of fiberglass, external and internal, PVC frame and waterproof plastic inserts, thickness 30 cm.
  • Floor, 54-cm thick, with non-slip, abrasion-resistant PVC lining, consisting of an external fibreglass sheet and internal multilayer, PVC frame and waterproof plastic inserts.

 

Not just insulation: ventilation is important too!

A well built motorhome is not only well insulated from the outside but also well ventilated inside for a healthy, comfortable environment with excellent air quality.

 

McLouis designers have studied the air conditioning and air circulation inside the vehicles with the aim of standardizing the temperature and avoiding any condensation.

 

  • Wall units installed leaving a space from the wall of the motorhome, so that the air is evenly distributed and any condensation or mould is prevented.
  • Specific opening for the free circulation of air inside the wall units.
  • Anti-condensation panels spaced from the wall in the living and sleeping areas for air and heat circulation.
  • Overcab heated through special vents.
  • Mattresses with lower cover in technical, quilted breathable fabric. Top and sides made of quilted polyester.
  • Slats in all beds that let air pass between the base and the mattress.