About Peli Cases

Peli cases are known as one of the leading protective cases available on the market. These extremely sturdy cases boast a variety of features that make them the go to choice for many industries including marine activities, fire and emergancy services, law enforcement and military operations. No matter the application you can trust a Peli case to keep your items safe.

With the range comprised of a variety of different sizes and also featuring specialist laptop cases and gun cases, the Peli case range is certain to feature a case that is perfect for your specific application.

The Body of a Peli case is made from a copolymer resin, which is ultra tough and extensively tested, ensuring superior levels of protection and highlighting the reliability of a Peli case.

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Features Of Peli Cases

Peli cases have a variety of features that are all contribute the  unrivalled levels of protection that they offer. 

Peli cases offer excellent protection against shock, impact and vibration, which can be further enhanced by the use of Pelis pick N Pluck foam inserts or for a more personal approach a besopke set of foam inserts, Each will strengthen the level of cushioning that will protect the contents inside.

Peli and Peli Storm cases are one of the most widely used waterproof cases on the market, Peli Cases are airtight, and therefore they can withstand atmospheric moisture and even being submerged. 

Other features of Peli cases include:

  • Rubber Over-Moulded Handle - Ergonomically developed to provide an easy grip for the user
  • Inline Wheels - Strong polyurethane wheels with stainless steel bearings thatprovide a smooth action when pulling the case, even over rough terrain
  • Easy-Open, Double Throw Latches - exceptionally easy to open, will not become jammed shut in severe cold conditions
  • Padlockable Hasps -  All of the cases in the range have padlockable hasps moulded into the exterior shell of the case
  • Retractable Extension Handle - Helps to further aid transportation without affecting the outer design or size of the case
  • Vortex Pressure Relase ValveEvery Peli Storm cases features an automatic vortex pressure relief valve, which equalises pressure inside and outside of the case

Peli Protector Cases - With over 30 years of usage across all sectors and having passed several rigorous military graded tests, the evidence is undeniable that they are the toughest and most trusted case range in the world. All the Protector cases are crushproof and virtually indestructible, with the vast majority of the range offering IP67-rated dust and waterproof protection too.

Peli Storm Cases - They are built with HPX® Resin, which is lighter than the Polypropylene body of the Peli Protector cases. For this reason the Protector Cases are the stronger and more resilient of the two ranges. But this doesn’t mean Storm cases aren’t incredibly tough. In fact, they are still recognised as watertight, dustproof and crushproof, as well as being covered by Peli's lifetime guarantee.

Peli Hardback CasesThese cases will give your laptop, tablet or e-reader the best protection available at a fraction of the size and cost of a full Peli case. Don’t let their lightweight and compact design deceive you. These cases are still Peli tough. So much so they are, like any other Peli case, covered by the lifetime ‘You break it, we replace it. Forever.’ warranty.

Peli Micro CasesThe compact and colourful Peli cases built to protect your smaller valuables. The ‘You break it, we replace it.’ lifetime guarantee should give you confidence enough that these watertight, dustproof and crushproof cases are just as tough as their big brothers and sisters in the Peli range.

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Pelican Products Certifications

Peli cases have been tested and approved to meet the following:

 
IP67 (Ingress Protcetion) 

IP stands for Ingress Protection and, in simple terms, refers to the protection an item offers against the intrusion of foreign bodies, i.e. dust or water. The two numbers in each IP code refer separately to the ability to stop the ingress of solid and liquid foreign bodies. Occasionally, you might see an ‘x’ in place of one of the numbers, this signals the reader that the IP rating is only in reference to the other number, (e.g IPX4 = liquid only).

The first digit of the IP code indicates the degree that persons are protected against contact with moving parts (other than smooth rotating shafts, etc.) and the degree that equipment is protected against solid foreign bodies intruding into an enclosure.

  1. No special protection
  2. Protection from a large part of the body suchas a hand (but no protection from deliberate access); from solid objects greater than 50mm in diameter
  3. Protection against fingers or other object not greater than 80mm in length and 12mmin diameter
  4. Protection from entry by tools, wires, etc., with a diameter of thickness greater than 1.0mm
  5. Protection from entry by solid objects with a diameter or thickness greater than 1.0mm
  6. Protection from the amount of dust that would interfere with the operation of the equipment
  7. Dust tight

The second digit indicates the degree of protection of the equipment inside the enclosure against the harmful entry of various forms of moisture (e.g. dripping, spraying, submersion, etc.)

  1. No special protection
  2. Protection from dripping water
  3. Protection from vertically dripping water
  4. Protection from sprayed water
  5. Protection from splashed water
  6. Protection from water projected from a nozzle
  7. Protection against heavy seas, or powerful jets of water
  8. Protection against immersion (up to 1 metre for 30 minutes)
  9. Protection against complete, continuous submersion in water

TESTING IN ACCORDANCE TO MIL C-4150J 

This specification establishes the requirements for rigid, reusable, fire retardant, waterproof and water-vaporproof, rectangular cases manufactured from ferrous or non-ferrous metals or non-metallic materials.

  • Weight - Cases loaded from 9 to 29 Kg. Establish minimum weight required to resist in accordance with Weight and Drop table.
  • Leak - Kept one hour underwater in a submersion tank with less Temperature than when it was sealed outside of the tank.
  • Reusability - Repeatedly opened and closed for five times after leak. Visually inspect the case for degradation.
  • Handling - Minimum of two minutes suspension above the floor with weight by one handle or lifting ring. Visual inspection of damage, failure or deformation.
  • Impact - Case placed in a chamber with Temperature at +60ºC, removed it from chamber and loaded it with weight and submitted to incline impacts on each surface. Perform same procedure on the chamber again with decrease Temperature to –20º.
  • Drop - Same procedure as Impact but is dropped with weight from different heights and in different orientations. Drops ensure that impact is received on all angles of the case.
  • Vibration - Cases are placed into a vibration machine with weight and tested in all positions so that it may be shipped up to a total of three hours.