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Peli-Hardigg to showcase bespoke rugged military equipment at DSEI

Posted 5 July 2017 · Add Comment

Peli-Hardigg will be presenting its military and aerospace approved reusable plastic cases at DSEI, which is taking place at London's Excel, 12-15 September 2017.



Its Engineered Cases can be customised and personalised according to each customer’s needs, offering the best protection possible to practically any type of equipment, even the most fragile.

With over 500 cases sizes and bespoke options, Peli-Hardigg designs, develops, tests and manufactures reusable cases and containers for storage or expeditions capable to withstand the most extreme conditions on Earth.


The cases provide the highest protection to any piece or tool, from a small electronic equipment or fragile device to complete Typhoon tail container (above). Peli-Hardigg cases are lightweight, watertight, heat- and impact- resistant and virtually indestructible.

Peli-Hardigg most strategically important product is the Engineered Case as it offers a customised solution for the extreme protection and transportation of any sensitive device possible - regardless its size or weight. The company's engineers are the inventors of the industry standard cushioning curve formula, which addresses practically any challenging requirements and its products have protected the most sensitive and state-of-the-art technologies. 



Latest features include rotomoulded internal supports with closed cell polyethylene inserts to guarantee the best protection of any type of fragile military equipment.

Peli-Hardigg engineers work closely with the customer for customising every point of the protective system from shock and vibration attenuation to impact protection and operational logistics according to the product specifications, usage and environmental analysis.

The V-Series Rack Cases include the best features of Peli’s configurable rack cases in a pre-configured solution for quick plug and play use. Rack equipment is becoming lighter in weight which requires an economical and rapid method of attachment. Peli-Hardigg V-Series Cases are built utilising a full-boxed 19” (482 mm) steel rack with an industry-standard square hole pattern, so hanging electronics with tab mounts is a snap. These cases include clip nuts - just attach the clip nut onto a square hole and you’ve got a secure, threaded mount. The V-Series are available in two different models: the Classic-V and the Super-V, both models are REACH and RoHs compliant. 

The Peli-Hardigg Classic-V case comes in black and is available in 3U, 4U, 5U, 7U and 9U with a 83,8 cm (33”) rack depth. It includes one 6,4 cm and one 13,3 cm lid, four removable heavy-duty bottom casters, anti-reflective black hardware, including black stainless steel handles, lid hangers for storing the lids while in use, coupling catches for secure stacking, and a sealed gasket and PRV to keep the container airtight / watertight and eliminate over-pressurisation.

The Peli-Hardigg Super-V case is available in 3U, 4U, 5U, 7U, 9U, 11U and 14U with a 61 cm (24”) rack depth. It includes one 5,6 cm and one 13,2 cm lid, moulded in-rear edge casters with handles on the 5,58 cm lid for ease of movement, comfort grip plastic handles, lid hangers for storing the lids while in use, anti-reflective black hardware, coupling catches, and a sealed gasket and PRV.

 

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