VIDEO: Bailey Caravans explains Alu-Tech construction (Part One)

Simon Howard of Bailey Caravans talks about Alu-Tech

Over the last six months there has been a buzz at caravan shows around the country after leading manufacturer Bailey Caravans unveiled an all-new line up: the Pegasus and Olympus. In the autumn of 2009 the Pegasus made its debut and became an overnight sales success, in no small part due to being the first range built on a pioneering technology called Alu-Tech.

Developed by Bailey in Bristol after an intensive research and development period, it incorporates a system whereby the individual body shell components contribute to the overall strength (rather than traditionally relying on the floor and chassis). Furthermore the other main benefit is to reduce the opportunity for water to enter the structure.

Caravan Times spoke to Bailey’s marketing director Simon Howard to find out more about what makes Alu-Tech caravans different.

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