The Storm Case™ range are tough waterproof cases from Peli™ that provide the safest transportable environment for sensitive, expensive or vital equipment.
Formerly known as Hardigg Storm Cases, a full line of sizes covers almost every utilisation, in practically any environment.
- Tough, Rugged and Lightweight
- Airtight, waterproof, Impervious to Mother Nature
- Dent-resistant, Shatter-resistant, Virtually Unbreakable
- Safe and Secure
Avid sportsmen, professional photographers, sound engineers, scuba divers, boaters, military personnel, industrial workers and people who just plain love their tools, equipment or electronics all use Storm Cases to protect their most valuable gear. Because no matter what you need to transport, you can trust that it's secure in a Peli Storm Case.
Sandstorms, water, even collisions and impact won't affect the equipment inside. From high-tech to intricate or delicate, the security of a Storm Case ensures everything arrives as it was packed, in undamaged, working order. And beyond just protecting your gear, every added measure has been taken to provide for handling your Storm Case comfortably along the way, too.
Storm Cases adapt to a wide variety of applications. Foam and panel-mount options customize the cases for just about any use imaginable, while various size choices make the fit perfect for:
- Electronics & Aerospace
- Video Broadcast
- Law Enforcement
- Fire & Emergency Services
- Sports & Recreation
Storm cases have been subjected to a series of controlled tests to prove their suitability for use in the most extreme and hazardous applications and ensure that they meet various standards:
- Drop Test
FED-STD-101C, Method 5007.1, Paragraph 6.3, Procedure A, Level A
- Falling Dart Impact
ATA 300 Category I, "General Requirements for Category I and II Reusable Containers"
- Vibration (Sweep)
ATA 300 Jan 15/96
- Vibration (Loose Cargo)
FED-STD-101C Method 6009 Tests are superceded and concurrent with ASTM B 4169, DC-18, Assurance Level I, Schedule F
- Simulated Rainfall
MIL-STD-810F, method 506.4, Procedure II of 4.1.2. FED-STD-101C Method 5009.1, Sec 6.7.1
MIL-STD-810F method 512.4