Understanding how Pelican cases work will help you make an informed decision.

A few weeks ago we took a look at the custom case manufacturer Pelican’s latest invention: The Pelican Air. As one of the lightest, most durable transit cases ever made, Pelican continuously produces the best custom case solutions. So how, exactly, are Pelican cases made to withstand all the elements? We’ll explore the answer to such a question in this week’s blog. Read on if you’d like to know more about Pelican cases and what they can do to keep your precious cargo safe.

Recessed Sections

Recessed hardware are the parts of the case which house handles, hinges, and latches. When transporting cargo, there’s no way to 100% prevent cases from slamming into one another. Luckily these recessed sections protect your cargo from impact during shipping. They also add rigidity to the wall of the case, so it’s impossible for the material inside to bend or break. With added operating hardware, you’ll be able to maneuver your case easily while you rest easy knowing your freight is safe.

The Heavy-Duty Metal Bash Plate

Each custom case features a heavy-duty metal bash plate for added protection against shock and lateral impacts. This way, even if there is an impact between custom cases, or your cargo shifts while traveling, the steel plate is there to absorb most of the shock. Invest in a Pelican case today and your expensive equipment stays safe!

Get In Touch With Advanced Packaging Inc. Today

Advanced Packaging, Inc. was established over 40 years ago with the mission of engineering and delivering the highest quality shipping and cushioning systems available. Since then our worldwide customer base has grown to include those in the military, government, commercial and industrial business sectors, as well as many other industries. API’s local clients value our convenience to the Washington, DC tech corridor.

Not only do we make custom cases for every type of industry, API is also equipped with the latest in quality assurance and process control monitoring technology, including drop testing, protecting your electronic equipment from unforeseen accidents and events. Our team of craftsmen regularly build and then test a variety complex electronic assemblies.

If you have any questions, please contact Advanced Packaging Inc. by calling 1-888-206-5250 or visit our website today!