Hand laid fibreglass shower: Bushtracker offers the option of a full ensuite available in either an all-in-one or separate shower & toilet configuration. Rather than using any sort of shower tray which requires joins to the shower walls and eventually leaks, Bushtracker uses a one piece sealed fibreglass enclosure hand built by a boat hull maker.
Hygienic and simple waste system: Another part of the ensuite package is a sealed electric flush toilet. Fully imported from Europe, it is the best available on the market today. It has a self sealing, self closing, 20 litre cassette which breaks down all the solids to a liquid with a mixture of environmentally friendly chemical and water. The unit is self opening and self closing. It is fully serviceable from the outside of the van, and sealed from the inside. VERY HYGIENIC and simple to use and maintain.
Polyester resin panelling: We use a polyester finished panelling instead of the paper finish panel that most manufacturers use. Why? It does cost more, but is mar resistant and cleanable. The normal paper finish panelling does not take scrubbing or wear as well. Again we want to use the best. Why don’t they all use it if it is so much better? The paper finish panelling is a fraction of the cost, but does not take cleaning very many times before the finish is gone. It is cheaper but our panelling is far better.
Cabinetry: All the cabinets are constructed from hard wood frames screwed together for durability. The bulkheads are also screwed and bolted to the aluminium frames.
Solid timber doors: We use pure Tasmanian Oak doors and drawer fronts and trim. Why? Because it holds the screws the best, and can be sanded and refinished if it ever shows wear. It is simply the best. We don’t like the plastic film covered artificial wood stapled material you can’t refinish. We also use Marine grade locking catches, instead of the weak little plastic caravan catches. These catches are positive locking, and will not come undone. The best!
Drawers: Our drawers front end is dovetailed in solid wood, to the sides like the old style furniture, Why? Because it is the strongest way to do it instead of just glued and stapled. We use real rollers and guides on our drawers instead of the plastic runners on wood rails. Our drawers run as well when they are loaded, as they do when empty. We also use Marine grade locking catches, instead of the weak little plastic caravan catches. These catches are positive locking, and will not come undone. The best!