This case contains emergency radio equipment for disaster recovery. These are placed in hospitals and other critical locations to keep communications up during emergencies. The case features structural foam and plastic, and allows the equipment to be plugged through the back and operate in the case.
This case has got it all! Working instrumentation, see through panels, and foam, plastic and metal fabrication are all combined into a very attractive sales tool for this instrumentation company. We designed and built this from the ground up based on our customer’s input.
This case was built for IT training people who travel to remote locations and need to get wireless access up and going quickly. The case is rugged enough for either airline or ground freight travel, and the interior features a removable plastic tray, and a layout that allows the user to quickly confirm that all items are there.
This case features a bi-fold design that is built to stand on end. the foam is velvety red flocking material on top of PE foam. The design allows our customer to show sample products to his customers in an attractive professional manner.
In addition to putting foam interiors in hard cases, we also build interiors for customers existing material handling solutions. This wire racking tray is part of our customer’s part inventory system. We built a high-quality foam interior with placarding to identify the included parts, and to highlight parts that are missing.
This new case is a great gap filler between the 20″ to 22″ long cases, and the much bigger 28″-29″ long cases. It keeps the same relative width and depth of these other cases but solves the “Goldilocks Problem” with length.
Our customer makes high-end wheel chair wheels and needed a safe, convenient way to transport samples for sales purposes. We built this Parker SC case with a removable fabricated plastic center piece for him. this case protects both wheels using soft convoluted foam, and provides storage cavities for hardware as well.
This is the first new Storm case size that Pelican-Hardigg has put out in a while. It is a compliment to the two other top-loading cases (1430 and 1440) that exist in the Pelican Protector series. This one has a rolling system like the 1440, but is thinner like the 1430. These top loaders are very convenient for traveling with documents, files or laptops.