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Pelican showcases defence solutions at Shield Africa

Posted 24 January 2017 · Add Comment

Pelican Products is, for the first time, presenting its advanced portable lighting systems and protective solutions for the military, at the Shield Africa exhibition (24-26 January, Abidjan,Côte d'Ivoire).



Pelican's wide array of products will be on show, including Pelican and Storm protective cases for transporting sensitive equipment and weapons, Remote Area Lighting Systems (RALS) for checkpoints and field illumination, tactical lights for critical mission use and the Mobile Military range offering from guns and rifles cases to practical compact field desks.

Pelican is the largest manufacturer of military and aerospace approved reusable, recyclable, logistic containers and cases. Since 1976, the company has developed custom solutions for the transport and packaging needs of the military sector, including cases that are rugged, watertight, airtight, chemical-resistant, lightweight, durable, impact-resistant and reusable.



These cases efficiently keep the sensitive and vital equipment safe from moisture, dust, sand, salt and impact. In addition, the wide offer of +500 case models, including Pelican and Storm protective cases, fit almost any size required.

Pelican’s Tactical range of torches are made of extremely tough materials and offer an exceptional LED light output and compact design for instant power in abrupt situations. Most Peli lights are made of CNC Machined Aluminium bodies and are weather/corrosion proof, making them ideal for working in tough situations. In addition, the full range of Remote Area Lighting Systems (RALS) brings portable, powerful, energy-efficient lighting technology to remote area applications. RALS are ideal for night-time road checkpoints and field illumination.

 

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