A ‘reefer’ refers to a refrigerator truck designed to carry freight at specific low temperatures. Reefers are trucks with cooling systems.
A refrigerated semi trailer is a heavy truck for transporting goods that must be kept cold. Reefers all contain refrigeration units. A vent door is made of movable panels that are used to regulate the air intake. Clearance lights indicate the form and dimensions of the specific reefer truck. An upper side-rail is a truck part that in essence is a beam that runs the length of the upper frame of the reefer. The rear reflector is a light-reflecting device that marks the back end of the reefer. The lower side-rail is a beam that runs the length of the lower frame. Support legs hold the semitrailer in a horizontal position. A piece of metal that protects the end of the support leg of the reefer is called the sand shoe. A front reflector marks the front end of the reefer using a light-reflecting device.
Much of the long-distance refrigerated transport by truck is done using articulated trucks pulling refrigerated semi-trailers (reefers).
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