Transit cases lead hard lives. They bang together in the backs of trucks, are often dropped, and take knocks from all directions. Yet, users expect them to shrug off this abuse, protect their delicate contents and be as light as possible. Case designers tackle these conflicting requirements in three ways. Continue reading
Study the Sierra Cases website and you’ll see transit cases come in many sizes. Sometimes though, a standard case doesn’t work well for the item or payload to be moved. Perhaps you need to transport something long and thin, like an antenna. In those situations you can end up buying a much larger, and more expensive case, and wasting a lot of the interior volume.
A defense contractor needed a transportable, air conditioned, rack mount case able to handle various climate conditions around the globe on land or by sea. Because it would be installed on the deck of a ship during operation, the case had to meet several military specifications including MIL-648C. Continue reading
We all know the old Rolling Stones lyrics that lament, “You can’t always get what you want.” But thanks to a recent partnership between Sierra Cases and Gator Cases, now you can. In fact, you can get exactly what you want—best fit, best protection, and best price. Continue reading