Posts Tagged ‘shock protection’

Protecting Electronics in your Transit Case from Vibrations

Thursday, November 21st, 2019
Protecting Electronics in your Transit Case from Vibrations

Find out what you can do if you have a transit case and need your electronics protected from vibrations.

Vibration isn’t good for your electronic devices. It can loosen screws and cause cables to get unplugged, among other things. It’s reasons like this that when you’ve finally reached your destination, the equipment you brought with you is no longer operable. For anyone using a transit case to carry their electronics, you want to keep your gear protected from vibration whenever possible. Find out what you can do if you have a transit case and need your electronics protected from vibrations. (more…)

How Much Shock Protection Does My Custom Case Need?

Saturday, September 30th, 2017
Custom Foam Interior Shock Protection

Learn about the importance of shock protection.

Medical tools, military equipment, advanced electrical items- all of these items are extremely expensive so their safety is paramount when it comes to transportation. That’s where custom cases are invaluable. They feature compartments specially designed to nest the equipment and protect it from damage in transit. Foam inserts can be cut to exact dimensions to cradle the equipment from shock. Although, different items can require more shock protection which is an important factor when it comes to designing your custom case. (more…)

How is Shock Protection Measured?

Monday, February 1st, 2016
Custom Foam Interior Shock Protection

Shock protection is an important concept for your custom cases and its cargo.

Whether you are transporting delicate medical devices that easily knock out of calibration or sensitive electronic devices that are a drop away from certain death (okay, maybe that’s dramatic)—shock protection is incredibly important when it comes to choosing the right custom packaging or case. How exactly is shock protection measured and why is it so important? (more…)