CASECRUZER- GEARED FOR TRAVEL
Montclair, California - December 28, 2011
CaseCruzer KR-1914-08 Carrying Case Saves Sensitive OEM Digital Devices from Shipping Damages
Reusable transport solution resists theft, travel turbulence and harsh temperatures
Damage to digital equipment while in transit is a costly fiasco that can ruin reputations. Yet smart OEMs and professional service firms have discovered that meters, testing components and critical electronic devices always arrive safely when transported in the lightweight yet rugged CaseCruzer KR-1914-08 Carrying Case.
The general purpose KR-1914-08 reusable shipping solution is appropriate for industrial manufacturers and other enterprises that rely on sensitive digital tools. Monitors, computers, meters, testing equipment components, underground breathing machines, and electronic devices are among the many ideal applications for this industrial-strength unit.
The CaseCruzer KR-1914-08 is a preferred carrying case because the interior can be customized. Choose pre-scored or solid foam, or remove the padding for more space; weight without foam is 9.55 lbs. Similar in style and durability to the Pelican 1550 case, the CaseCruzer innovation is airtight, waterproof, and fitted with easy trigger latches that can be retrofitted with Transportation Security Administration (TSA) accepted key-locking latches. Also, every case includes a lifetime warranty.
The CaseCruzer KR-1914-08 Carrying Case is lighter than comparable designs and yet 2.5 times stronger thanks to molded ultra high-strength polypropylene copolymer resin. The tough exterior makes the case a dependable way to transport equipment to trade shows and job sites. Inside dimensions are: 19.00" L x 14.50" W x 8.00" H. When using foam padding, a one-inch buffer is recommended between items to be shipped and the case’s interior walls.
This case is not suitable for carry-on, nor is it designed with embedded wheels like so many other CaseCruzer products. However, its snap-down rubber over-molded cushion grip handle makes it easy to lift and carry. Also, when open, the heavy-duty lid remains upright at a 90-degree angle so that equipment can be removed safely.
The padlock stainless steel holes and protector clips make the KR-1914-08 tamper-proof and tight as a vault. The padlock features also meet new military security regulations, an added precaution against theft of contents. And an extra dimension of security is provided by the molded-in hinge, another example of the CaseCruzer standard of excellence.
The harsh elements of nature will not harm the KR carrying case: it is water submersible (MIL-C-4150J) due to a gasket design that keeps the case dust and water tight. An o-ring seal and automatic pressure release valve (MIL-STD-648C) are embedded. And the case is resistant to corrosion and damage caused by sudden impact (MIL-STD-810F). UV rays, solvents and fungus and are no threat to the hard-shell exterior. And the KR-1914-08 can withstand temperatures ranging from 220° F to -40° F.
Avoid damages to digital equipment and reputation with the CaseCruzer KR-1914-08 Carrying Case — a tough protector against the dangers of travel.
For more info about the new carrying case, visit www.casecruzer.com; call 800-440-9925 in the U.S. or 909-613-1999 internationally; fax 909-465-5598; or write to CaseCruzer at 4665 State Street, Montclair, CA 91763