ISO-TOP MK IV: insulation for VW T6 California pitch roof (manual)
The insulation for the VW T6 roof is the all-rounder for the transition seasons and the summer. It effectively insulates and protects against wind / draft cooling – ideal for use between -5 ° C and + 45 ° C.
ISO-TOP is designed for year-round use. Between bellows and ISO-TOP creates an insulating air cushion, which is effective even at high temperatures. Even in the summer it is therefore noticeably cooler under the roof. The resulting double wall (bellows + ISO-TOP) absorbs the heat. When the windows are opened, a refreshing air flow is created.
In cold weather, the ISO top is also ideal because the heated air from the heater is no longer blown away by the wind through the bellows.
ISO-TOP is a noble, homely year-round indoor tent. It also takes up no additional storage space. When standing, it is always ready for use without further effort.
The lower attachment is completely sealed by means of hook-and-loop fastener. As a result, cold air can not fall into bed.
The upper attachment allows for precise attachment and the best possible seal.
At the front, the upper attachment is made with hook-and-loop fasteners on three special holders.
It also attaches to the existing child safety net eyelets, as well as in the hemstitch of a batten.
At the top is the ISO-TOP with hook-and-loop fastener.
The two front, side ISO-TOP zips must be open when closing the installation roof. In this way, the bellows can be pulled inwards when closing the roof by hand (according to the vehicle operating instructions).
ISO-TOP MK IV can be left mounted in the pitch roof. The roof can be closed despite mounted ISO-TOP!
TIP: The California pitch roof is always valid (with or without ISO-TOP): When closing the roof, always keep a windscreen (leeward) window or door open!
If you have a VW T6 with electro-hydraulically closable roof, you will find a matching Iso Top indoor tent hier.
Made in Germany.
The rubber band as a retracting aid is particularly practical for the pop-up roofs.