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Peli-Hardigg showcasing miltary protection solutions at IDEF

Posted 4 May 2017 · Add Comment

Peli-Hardigg will present its robust cases solutions for protecting sensitive equipment military in hostile environments and assuring kit arrives operational to guarantee critical mission success, at the IDEF 2017 13th International Defence Industry Fair, in Istanbul at Tüyap Fair, Convention and Congress Cente, 9-12 May.


 
For over 40 years, Peli-Hardigg has been developing transport and packaging solutions to answer these harsh Military needs of extreme protection and offer the optimal solution for fragile gear.

With experience in protecting military equipment during Critical Missions Peli-Hardigg is the largest manufacturer of military, naval and aerospace approved reusable, recyclable, plastic ATA 300 CAT 1, LRU, AGE, WSTAGE, logistic containers, cases and custom packaging solutions for special equipment. Peli-Hardigg containers are used to protect and transport aircraft pieces and engines, submarine parts, military diving scooters, all types of drones/UAV, weapons and missiles, satellites, robots, electronic equipment, among others.

The wide range offers from guns and rifle cases to practical compact field desks perfect for frequent deployment needs. These cases are tested in the field but also under battle conditions to offer the best protection against moisture, dust, salt and impact, they are virtually indestructible. Cases house equipment from the 3 M9 Pistol cases to the MK19 Grenade Launcher.

Most of the cases are equipped with wheels to facilitate all moves during critical missions and enable lightweight travels and they are combat-tested, plus the Mobile Medical systems provide protection for lifesaving medical gear.

The transport of vital medical gear is particularly sensitive and needs the most caution. That’s why Peli-Hardigg Mobile Medical rotomoulded cases are watertight, airtight, impact resistant and have been battle-tested.

They also provide a humidity indicator to assure that your equipment will arrive operational. The range includes administrative and in-the-field portable cases and offers lightweight mobility as many cases include wheels. Furthermore, it is possible to organise the space by the combination of customisable inserts.

When soldiers need to complete administrative duties, they can rely on Peli-Hardigg Mobile Office to set up quickly organised, lightweight, watertight and chemical-resistant field desks and bookshelves.

As for portable computers, printers and communication gears, the Mobile IT cases range provides durable containers to protect them in the harshest conditions. With their cushioning system, you do not have to worry anymore about your sensitive equipment: thanks to an optimal protection you can be sure that it will arrive operational, anywhere.



With non-slip ribs, the cases are pallet-ready and can be stacked up to use the maximum usable space per pallet while maximising stacking and stability en route. Chemical resistant, the non-slip ribs stack prevents moisture and contaminants from getting through to the supplies and efficiently protect sensitive equipment. The ISP (Inter-Stacking Pattern) system eliminates load movement that can slow down operations and threaten missions, plus handles on all the ISP cases enhance speed of deployment. This system is compatible with more than 60 cases sizes.

 

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