Hardigg Rack Cases

      ProRack        Mac Rack            Classic Rack           RADE          BlackBox           Super Mac

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  All Rack Cases feature:

  Molded-in, tongue-in-groove gasketed parting lines for splash resistance and tight seals, even   after impact
  Reinforced corners and edges for additional impact protection
  Aircraft-quality, tempered aluminum for less weight and more strength
  Recessed hardware for extra protection
  Positive anti-shear locks, which prevent lid separation after impact, and reduce stress on   hardware
  Molded-in ribs and corrugations for secure, non-slip stacking, columnar strength, and added   protection
  Permanent, uniform, molded-in color that won’t scrape off
  Patented molded-in metal inserts for catch and hinge attachment points, which provide strength   and spread loads to the container walls
  Interference-fit spiral spring pins in each corner, for maximum structural integrity
  One-piece body and lids, molded from lightweight, high-impact polyethylene
  Meet ANSI/EIA-310-C standard for universal rack mounting hole pattern, and exceed ATA   Specification 300, Category 1 requirements.
  Many of our cases have been certified under various MIL-SPEC testing procedures, including   fungus resistance, free fall drop, salt, fog, cargo bounce, submersion, temperature and humidity,   vibration limits, and low pressure (altitude). The specifications below are among the most popular   used for manufacturing and evaluating reusable containers.

  MIL-SPEC’s Available:
  MIL-STD-2073 MIL-STD-3010
  MIL-STD-648 MIL-STD-130
  MIL-HDBK-304 MIL-STD-1472
  MIL-C-4150J MIL-I-45208
  MIL-T-21200 ASTM D 4169
  MIL-PRF-28800 ASTM D 3951
  MIL-HDBK-454 SAE-ARP-1967

  Fragility Rating
  An item’s fragility is normally expressed in G’s—which is the measure of force exerted on an object   by the force of gravity. Objects that can withstand greater G forces need less protection from   shock and vibration.

  For example, a piece of equipment with a fragility of 20 G’s will suffer damage when subjected to   a force greater than 20 times that of Earth’s gravity. The fragility of an instrument or piece of   equipment is usually determined by laboratory testing.