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Carry cases for the protection of electronic equipment

07 February 2016

OKW's 300 series versatile transportation cases protect electronics, instrumentation and other fragile equipment in a wide range of applications.

Their coated thermoformed shells are tough but light. They give the cases a high quality look and feel, and make them easy and comfortable to handle.

New 300 series cases offer plenty of protection thanks to a modular system of pouches, padded dividers and foam inserts. They can be easily configured and reconfigured to suit individual users’ changing requirements.

Each case can be branded quickly and easily by adding corporate livery to a logo window and to zip pulls. Some models also feature a transparent business card display compartment.
Four sizes of carry case are available in either black or grey. They range from 220 x 135 x 75mm to 390 x 335 x 155mm.

They can be configured with a choice of seven grey internal pouches (170 x 120 x 55mm to 370 x 320 x 55mm). Each has a Velcro fastening cover and attachment strips. One offers a transparent lid.

Three sets of grey padded adjustable dividers can be specified, ranging from 270 x 210 x 55mm to 380 x 325 x 100mm. There are three grey foam insert sets (205 x 125 x 60mm to 380 x 325 x 125mm).

Accessories also include a shoulder strap which clips to strong D-links on the two largest cases.
Each D-ring can be unscrewed if required and replaced with a plastic blanking cap (two caps are supplied with each case). None of the four fitting screws is visible from the outside.

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