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Peli releases Mobile 0450 Tool Chest GEN 2 with robust drawers

Posted 4 December 2019 · Add Comment

Designer and manufacturer of protective cases and lighting systems, Peli Products, has revealed its new Mobile 0450 Tool Chest GEN 2.


Courtesy Peli  / Maximiliano Rotunno


Initially developed for the defence industry, with its level of protection and capability to organise hand tools and accessories it is also suitable for aviation engineers, mechanics and service technicians that need to work under testing conditions.

Peli has taken its robust Mobile Tool Chest and made it even tougher. Now featuring an aluminum rail slide system, each tray slides out into a secure position for easy access of all your tools including screwdrivers, wrench, lineman’s pliers, hammer, mallet, nuts, and screws and can be effortlessly removed for repositioning or cleaning. The robust design has been tested for water submersion, extreme temperatures, and drop tested from 1.5m. This case can take a beating while keeping your tools intact. Plus, two way handles associated with the extendable trolley handle and rough terrain wheels take the strain off of transport.  

The 0450 Tool Chest Case combines the flexibility of six (four shallow drawers and two deep drawers) or seven (six shallow drawers and one deep drawer, coming soon) removable tool drawers designed for a multitude of configurations with the mobility and benefits of a Peli Protector Case. Additionally, the top compartment features a removable utility tray and a lid that opens 180 degrees to create a mobile work-space, capable of holding up to 22 kg of weight.

For case security, two-hybrid, double-throw latches with butterfly compression technology and two extra standard latches, work with a polymer o-ring in both lids to secure the case and maintain its watertight seal. Tool theft prevention comes in the form of extra-large, tamper-resistant, stainless steel padlock protectors. The case also sports two automatic pressure equalization valves (one in each compartment) that prevent vacuum lock and make the case easier to open at extreme altitudes.

 

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