OPUS Campers are designed and manufactured specifically to ensure maximum strength, longevity and easy of use whilst keeping overall weight to a minimum.
The image below demonstrates the technical construction and highlights all aspects of the unique design.
Aluminum Dibond Walls
The external and internal walls of the OPUS® are constructed from aluminum Dibond. This consists of two aluminum panels, separated by a Polyethylene core; providing a strong and lightweight outer shell.
A 20mm thick sheet of Polystyrene sits between the internal and external aluminum Dibond walls to provide insulation to the OPUS® trailer.
Waterproofed 10-ply Floor
The floor of the OPUS® is built using 10-ply sheeting, with a waterproofed layer to the bottom and a dark-wood veneer to the top. This is then topped and sealed with industrial strength vinyl flooring.
Powder-coated Aluminum Frame
The frame of the OPUS® is constructed using specially cast and welded aluminum. This helps keep the OPUS® light and easy to tow and move, while ensuring maximum strength. The aluminum is then finished with a high quality powder-coat to ensure longevity.
Watertight Finned Seals
When the OPUS® lids are closed and clamped down they are sealed tight with watertight finned rubber seals for ultimate protection from water ingress.
Pressurised Gas Springs
Highly pressurised gas springs are fitted to the lids to ensure that the OPUS® is easy set up, with just one person being needed to unfold the trailer lids.
High Strength Bonding
Panels, frames and flooring are secured using a combination of screws, aluminum rivets and high strength bonding agent before being sealed with silicone.