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Pelican iM2075 Storm Case without Foam (Olive Drab)

B&H # PEIM2075NFOD MFR # IM2075-30000
Pelican iM2075 Storm Case without Foam (Olive Drab)

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Product Highlights

  • HPX High Performance Resin Case
  • Dent-resistant and Shatter-resistant
  • Tough, Rugged and Lightweight
  • Airtight and Watertight
  • Press & Pull Latches
  • Unbreakable Molded-in Hasps
  • Permanently Attached Vortex Valve
  • Soft-grip, Solid-core Carrying Handle
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Color: Olive Drab

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The Pelican iM2075 Storm Case without Foam (Olive Drab) is an injection-molded case made of HPX high performance resin, that is virtually unbreakable, dent-resistant and shatter-resistant. It is tough, rugged, lightweight, airtight and watertight. There is a permanently attached Vortex valve that automatically adjusts air pressure without letting in water, and won't unscrew from the case. Press & Pull latches open with the push of a button, yet stay closed securely under impact or stress. The case has unbreakable molded-in hasps that allow the addition of standard size padlocks. It has hinges with integrated feet that hold fast under impact, and create a flat surface for upright stability. It is carried by a double-layered, soft-grip, solid-core handle that provides strong, durable comfort.

This case has an empty interior.

Injection-molded case made of HPX high performance resin is virtually unbreakable, dent-resistant and shatter-resistant
Tough, rugged and lightweight
Airtight and watertight
On Board
Meets current FAA requirements for carry on bags, by fitting under seats and in overhead compartments 1
Permanently attached Vortex valve automatically adjusts air pressure without letting in water, and won't unscrew from the case
Press & Pull latches open with the push of a button, yet stay closed securely under impact or stress
Two unbreakable molded-in hasps allow the addition of standard size padlocks, offering another measure of security
Hinges with integrated feet hold fast under impact and create a flat surface for upright stability
Molded-in stacking ribs provide no-slip stability for multiple case-stacking during storage or transport
Double-layered, soft-grip, solid-core carrying handle provides strong, durable comfort
Tests
  • Meets ATA 300 category 1 standards for transit cases
  • Meets FED-STD-101C requirements for drops and vibration (loose cargo)
  • Exceeds the specifications listed in MIL-STD-648C for vibration (sweep)
  • Meets MIL-STD-810F for immersion and simulated rainfall
Material Exterior: HPX high performance resin
Interior: Empty
Type of Closure Press & Pull latches
Two unbreakable molded-in hasps
Hinges with integrated feet
Exterior Dimensions 11.8 x 9.8 x 7.7" (29.97 x 24.89 x 19.56cm) (LxWxH)
Interior Dimensions 9.5 x 7.5 x 7.25" (24.13 x 19.05 x 18.42cm) (LxWxH)
Lid depth: 1.5" (3.81cm)
Interior Fitting Empty
Accommodates Items that do not need protection such as; equipment in cases
Carrying/Transport Options Padded handle
Weight 3.3 lbs (1.5kg)
Pelican iM2075 Storm Case without Foam (Olive Drab)
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