The Top 5 Hazards Blocked By Custom Cases

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Numerous damaging hazards are blocked by custom cases designed by PSI Cases.

In any industry, the safe transport and storage of valuable equipment is critical for smooth operations. At Packaging Strategies Inc., we specialize in creating custom cases designed to protect against the most common hazards that can damage your equipment. Here, we highlight the top five hazards custom cases effectively block, ensuring your gear remains safe and functional.

Excessive Shaking

One of the primary hazards during transportation is excessive shaking. Whether your equipment is in transit by road, air, or sea, vibrations and constant movement can cause internal components to loosen or break. Custom cases from Packaging Strategies Inc. are designed with advanced cushioning systems and custom foam inserts that absorb and dampen vibrations. This ensures that sensitive equipment remains stable and secure, significantly reducing the risk of damage caused by excessive shaking.


Water damage is a critical concern, particularly for electronic equipment and sensitive instruments. Custom cases are built with water-resistant or waterproof materials and seals that provide a formidable barrier against moisture. Features such as airtight gaskets and watertight seals prevent water ingress, ensuring that your equipment stays dry even in wet or humid conditions. This level of protection is essential for maintaining the integrity and functionality of your equipment, especially in industries like marine operations, outdoor communications, and field research.

Extreme Temperatures

Extreme temperatures, both hot and cold, can severely affect the performance and longevity of your equipment. Custom cases are designed with materials that offer thermal insulation, protecting the contents from temperature fluctuations. This insulation helps maintain a stable internal environment, safeguarding sensitive electronics and other temperature-sensitive items from the damaging effects of extreme heat or cold. Whether you’re operating in arctic conditions or desert heat, custom cases from Packaging Strategies Inc. ensure that your equipment is protected from the elements.


Accidental drops are a common hazard that can cause significant damage to valuable equipment. Custom cases are engineered to withstand impacts from drops, thanks to their robust construction and shock-absorbing interiors. Reinforced corners, durable exteriors, and custom foam padding work together to cushion the impact and protect the contents from damage. This level of protection is crucial for industries such as medical, military, and communications, where the integrity of the equipment is vital to operations.

Impacts from Other Equipment or Cases

Equipment is often subjected to impacts from other cases or equipment during transportation or storage. These impacts can cause scratches, dents, or more severe damage. Custom cases provide a sturdy outer shell that protects against such impacts. The internal padding further absorbs any force, ensuring that the equipment inside remains untouched. This protection is vital in environments where equipment is stacked, moved frequently, or exposed to heavy machinery.

For more information on Packaging Strategies Inc. custom case solutions and how they can safeguard your equipment, visit our website or contact us today. Let Packaging Strategies Inc. be your partner in protecting what matters most.


Packaging Strategies has assembled a team with over 100 years of experience in design, engineering, development, manufacturing, and sales. We created the Packaging Strategies Design and Technology Center to create and manufacture complete systems integration packages and container solutions of all sizes and materials for our clientele. Many of these clients are federal agencies or in the private sector. No matter what you need to carry, Packaging Strategies is sure to have the right case for the job. You can view our website here, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and LinkedIn.

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