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Peli to highlight its 65 year heritage at DSEI 2019

Posted 13 August 2019 · Add Comment

Peli-Hardigg will be highlighting the heritage of its Advanced Case Solutions at DSEI 2019 (10th to 13th of September).



Above:
Container holding an ASRAMM missile.
Courtesy Peli-Hardigg / Maximiliano Rotunno

Peli’s Advanced Case Solutions division brings more than 65 years of experience working with top aerospace and military organisations on a non-disclosure basis throughout the world, having successfully customised cases for the most diverse type of equipment.
 
Peli-Hardigg roto moulded cases can be customised according to each customer’s needs while offering the best protection possible to any type of equipment, even the most fragile one, whether requiring one unique case solution or a thousand, delivered worldwide. The company has been able to build a robust line of more than 500 sizes of cases for the harsh demands of the military, aerospace and other industries. They have been tested in the field as well as in combat situations and are used to protect and transport aircraft pieces and engines, military diving scooters, all types of drones/UAV, weapons and missiles, satellites, robots, electronic equipment, among others.



Above:
The fully configurable Min Mac Rack Now with shorter lead time availability and new military test certifications.
Courtesy Peli-Hardigg / Maximiliano Rotunno

 
PELI also manufacturers several ranges of Rackmount Cases and among them, here are the latest news for DSEI. Entirely manufactured in Europe and designed for defence usage, Peli-Hardigg’s Min Mac Rack Cases are available with a short lead time of only four weeks. After successful completion of new military test certifications for drops (MIL-STD-810G), water immersion (IPX7) and dust ingress protection (IP6X), this feature-rich rugged case line secures its protection value. The renovated PELI Min Mac Rack range is available with five different frame heights (4U, 6U, 8U, 10U and 12U), each available with two different rack lengths (480 and 610mm), making a total of 20 configurable ready-to-order rack cases. Designed to meet prime military standard requirements (such as MIL-STD-810G), it answers the need of making the most of limited space, while providing rugged protection for the equipment.

The Min Mac Rack angled precision-engineered elastomeric shock mounts are fine-tuned to match the weight and fragility of your equipment. This ensures maximum shock and vibration isolation. The high-strength, lightweight, heat treated, square holed steel rack frame of the Min Mac Rack provides a range of mounting options for single or multiple fragile military equipment.
 


Above: The Golden Hour One – a thermal protection in a convenient small-size container.
Courtesy Peli-Hardigg / Maximiliano Rotunno

Golden Hour products
Sister company Peli BioThermal will be showing at DSEI examples of their award-winning Golden Hour products. This innovative range of thermal transport containers protects blood products for up to 72 hours, irrespective of weather conditions on the battlefield. The company has also recently introduced Golden Hour One, which is suitable for one unit of whole blood.


 

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