07.25.2007 11:07 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Hardigg adds iM2875 Storm Case

Hardigg Cases has added the iM2875, which is designed to protect sensitive equipment from harsh field conditions, to its Storm Case line.

Bridging the gap between the 27XX and 29XX cases, the iM2875 measures 22.5in x 21.1in x 11.5in, including a 2in lid, and is constructed of Hardigg’s HPX resin.

The iM2875 ensures that delicate equipment survives any transport situation undamaged. Inside, multilayered cubed foam holds case contents firmly in place, and can be easily modified to fit specific pieces. For specific requirements, available padded dividers or custom-cut foam helps keep sensitive components separate, stable and secure.

The iM2875 features Hardigg’s Press & Pull latches, which open easily and hold fast when they need to. The case’s permanently attached Vortex valve automatically adjusts air pressure without letting in water or dust.

For more information, visit www.hardigg.com.

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