Posted on April 1, 2006 - ( views)
High-impact resistant and watertight Protector cases have been certified with the NATO standard Stanag 4280 and Def-Stan 81-41. Meeting these standards shows that the cases offer high resistance to vibration and impact, as well as high and low temperatures for extended periods of time (up to 55ÂºC for 48 hours and as low as -20ÂºC for 16 hours). The cases have a stackable design and nearly 0.23m3 of storage space in the rangeâ€™s largest case designs. Most cases feature double-throw latches that have been tested to a failure threshold of nearly 180kg, but open with a light pull.
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