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Pelican to showcase shock-proof cases at Dubai Air Show

Posted 18 October 2019 · Add Comment

Pelican-Hardigg will be showcasing its shock-proof engineered case solutions at the Dubai Air Show (17th to 21st November 2019).



Pelican-Hardigg Rotomoulded 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 ones.

Pelican-Hardigg’s cases are rugged, watertight, airtight, chemical-resistant, lightweight, durable, impact-resistant and reusable. They are designed to efficiently keep the sensitive and vital equipment safe from moisture, dust, sand, salt and impact. Safe inside, the equipment is protected against drop damage, while the rib design maximises stacking and stability en route.
 
By developing custom solutions, testing new materials and continuously improving designs based on user feedback, Pelican-Hardigg has been able to build a robust line of cases that proudly live up to the harsh demands of the military, aerospace and other industries.

Phil Morrison, Project Manager, explained that there are four stages of custom engineering: “In a project there are four main stages: evaluation, design, testing and manufacturing. With advanced 3D engineering software, we visualise before manufacture how the container will look like from every side and angle. We can also check for any critical interfaces, like checking the shock mount fit and that the plates are well fitted, and how the container will fit around that frame.” ager.

Advanced Case Solutions are the result of a multi-disciplinary, four-stage process. Working closely with the customer Pelican-Hardigg’s engineers can customise every point of the protective system from shock and vibration attenuation to impact protection and operational logistics according to the product specifications, usage and environmental analysis.
 
Pelican-Hardigg’s internal team have long-term experience in designing everything from simple foam cushions to extremely complex metal structures for use in dramatically diverse shipments, storages, and use conditions – including military and aerospace deployments and combat situations. From deck-mounted equipment to bezel-mounted electronics with integrated exhaust fans to cases with multiple access points and interface portals or extended-profile customisations – no case requirement is beyond Pelican-Hardigg capabilities.
 

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