Refrigerated trucks are used to haul groceries and other goods that must be kept at cold temperatures to avoid spoilage. The refrigerated compartments are available in a variety of lengths, but all of these trucks have cabs that are designed for driver comfort. Our list of refrigerated trucks is updated daily and you can use the filters and search function provided below to help you see only the trucks that meet the specific needs of your company.
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2012 Freightliner BUSINESS CLASS M2 106
Call Penske Used Trucks at 888-897-3372 SINGLE TEMP REEFER WITH 10090 HOUR Thank you for viewing this Penske owned used vehicle. We offer finance options; extended warranty plans; roadside assistance program; vehicle del...
2009 Freightliner BUSINESS CLASS M2 106
Call Penske Used Trucks at 888-897-3372 SINGLE TEMP REEFER WITH 2451 HOUR Thank you for viewing this Penske owned used vehicle. We offer finance options; extended warranty plans; roadside assistance program; vehicle deli...
2012 International 4300
Call Penske Used Trucks at 888-897-3372 5815 REEFER HOURS DEC'15 Thank you for viewing this Penske owned used vehicle. We offer finance options; extended warranty plans; roadside assistance program; vehicle delivery optio...
2012 International 4300
Call Penske Used Trucks at 888-897-3372 SALE TERMS - DOT ONLY;WALKRAMP - NO LIFT-GATE;SINGLE TEMP REEFER - 4016 HOURS Thank you for viewing this Penske owned used vehicle. We offer finance options; extended warranty plans...
2012 Freightliner SPRINTER 3500 HIGH ROOF REEFER VAN
Call MJK Automotive Group LLC at 303-263-1846 2012 FREIGHTLINER SPRINTER 3500 REEFER VAN. 170" wb. 3.0L Mercedes V6 Turbo Diesel 180hp. 6spd. Automatic, Dual Rear Wheels, 11,500lb. GVWR. ThermoKing roof mounted Reefer Unit, Fu...
2010 Hino 268A
Call Miller Used Trucks at 877-682-4099 MILEAGE: 201,289, GVW MEDIUM 26,000, CDL: NO, ENGINE SPECS J08E-TV7.6L 220HP, ENGINE OPTS CRUISE, FUEL TYPE/CAPAC: DIESEL 1 TANK / 95 GAL, TRANS: 2200RDS 6 SPD. AUTO, REAR RATIO: 5...
|LOGAN TWP, NJ||Call|
2012 Hino 268A
Call Miller Used Trucks at 877-682-4099 MILEAGE: 202,926, GVW 25,950, ENGINE SPECS J08E-VC 220HP, TRANS: 2100HS , WHEELBASE: 205, REEFER: SUPRA650, EXTERIOR H/W/L: 18.0&apos;(L)
|LOGAN TWP, NJ||$24,500|
2012 Freightliner M2106
Call Miller Used Trucks at 877-682-4099 MILEAGE: 142,203, GVW HEAVY 33,000, ENGINE SPECS CUMMINS ISB 240HP, ENGINE OPTS CRUISE, ENG BRAKE: NO, FUEL TYPE/CAPAC: DIESEL 1 TANK / 95 GAL, TRANS: FS6406A 6 SPD. MAN., LOCKING RE...
|LOGAN TWP, NJ||$33,850|
New and pre-owned sleeper trucks are available from a variety of top-rated truck manufacturers, including Freightliner, Isuzu, GMC, International, Hino, and Kenworth. After you have narrowed down the list of trucks, click on the individual truck listings for more information. These listings include dimensions, make, location, price, axle rating, door type and more. Several pictures of the truck are also included, and many listings state the number of hours on the reefer unit. Using the links at the bottom of the listing, you can obtain a shipping quote, calculate payments and more.
The first trucks that successfully used mechanical refrigeration to keep goods frozen during transportation were ice cream trucks. They pioneered the cooling technology around 1925. Before mechanical cooling was available, truckers often kept the goods they were hauling cold during transportation using regular ice or dry ice. Dry ice is still used in some refrigerated trucks today.
Standard features in the cab of a refrigerated truck are similar to the features found in modern semi tractors. These include air-ride seats, thick insulation, large windshields, CD players, cup holders and more. Some of these trucks include a refrigeration unit already installed, while others are ready for the refrigeration unit to be added so that the truck will be ready for hauling loads.
Several configurations of refrigerated trucks are available. Some of these trucks have doors only on the back, while other have door on one or both sides of the refrigerated area. More doors make it easier to unload refrigerated goods from the truck, but heat can also enter the compartment when doors are opened, making the refrigeration unit work harder. Swinging doors and roll-up doors are available. Some have ramps or liftgates included, while others have step bumpers. Fiberglass and aluminum are the most common materials used to construct refrigerated trucks, and many of the refrigerated compartments have interior walls made of glassboard.