Every case line is distinctive in terms of material, properties and equipment. While some have wheels or integrated trolley systems others do not come with standard stacking knobs. Most cases can be printed on while some – depending on their surface texture – can only be equipped with sticker labels. A few case lines are also fit for In-Mould-Labeling.
To check out specific details visit the web pages we have put together for each of our distinct case lines. On this page you will find the corresponding information and explanations.
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Fasteners usually come in two different kinds: integrated ones which are fixed case components and those which can be taken off and exchanged.
Most single-walled cases are equipped with removable fasteners. Thus it is possible to combine differently colored cases and fasteners. For example: the elegantLine offers 12 different fasteners colors.
These are either manufactured as part of the case shell or they are manufactured separately and later mounted stationary.
That way our smartLine cases are manufactured in one piece – including case shells, hinges, handles and fasteners. In contrast explorerLine and outdoorLine fasteners are fabricated separately but installed with metal pins that usually last for a lifetime.
Most case series feature integrated and more or less defined stacking knobs depending upon the case size. They ensure that multiple cases of the same kind can be stacked upon each other easily and securely.
If cases do not possess the required surface design self-adhesive stacking knobs can be purchased separately.
Case series without integrated stacking knobs: elegantLine
In order to open the case lid at a 90° angle without the lid falling over backwards cases can usually be equipped with lid holders. Since the holders are screwed on tightly they will also prevent opening the case entirely. Lid holders usually consist of two metal jaws connected by a hinge and mounted on the case’s left and right side between lid and base shell.
Lid holders are especially well suited for items you want to have easy access to while also keeping them well visible. This makes lid holders a very convenient choice for cases with document compartments used to store operation manuals and handbooks.
Case series with lid holders: all of them
Divider plates are used to shut off one or both case shells separately. They are able to keep items from falling out or to provide extra protection. There are different divider plates for each case model. Normally the plates are single colored or transparent but they can be modified according to customer wishes:
>> via imprint
>> via foam lining (e.g. knob foam)
>> by adding document compartments
Our talentLine also offers perforated divider plates with sets of rubber band, clips and locating pins.
Document compartments are usually glued inside the top half of the case and offer additional storage room. The compartments are installed in cases which need a handbook or an operational manual to go with the product.
Some cases have inlays designed for certain products: e.g. tools, notebooks, tablets or cameras. These inlays are prepared for cases which are used for packaging specific products or which have been developed for a special product.
>> safetyBag® 3245 (elegantLine): layout especially for tablets, corresponding foam inlay available
>> safetyBag® 3614 (outdoorLine): special compartment for cameras/ special inlays for tools
>> safetyBag® 3615 (outdoorLine): special compartment for cameras/ special inlays for tools
Larger cases from our waterproof case series explorerLine & outdoorLine are aready equipped with wheels to make transport more comfortable. Trolley systems can be mounted on large cases without previously integrated wheels.
Our largest case – safetyBag® 3499 from the explorerLine – weighs 19.8 kg (43.6 pounds), is equipped with wheels and trolley handles. Our other large and heavy plastic cases are designed in similar fashion or can be equipped with separate trolley systems.
These systems work like small hand trucks. They include telescopic handles and wheels on which the case can be mounted. Single handles can be purchased for cases which already have wheels.
Carrying straps are helpful tools when cases have to be carried for longer periods of time. Adjustable and furnished with a shoulder pad they ensure optimal comfort.
All safetyBag® cases, plastic as well as aluminum cases, can be equipped with carrying straps. However, for larger and heavier cases the use of trolley systems is preferable.
Case series: every series
Alternatives: trolley systems, back carrying systems
Ergonomic case handles are sufficient for short distances. Longer distances require the support and relief offered by carrying straps and/or trolley systems. Now imagine a scenario in which the case has to be carried for great distances because the terrain is not suitable for trolley systems!
Our back carrying systems have been designed for that exact situation. They make it possible to carry your case on your back and are especially suited for outdoor activities. Back carrying systems are available for all small and medium sized outdoorLine/ explorerLine cases.
The carrying system encloses the middle of the case with a buckle and two straps offer optimal carrying comfort. Once in the right place the carrying system can be opened and stowed away separately.
All safetyBag® cases whose surface is not rough can be imprinted extensively. Depending on case model, imprint size/ quantity and motive, different techniques can be used:
>> Silkscreen printing
>> Digital printing
>> Dabber printing
Very complex or otherwise demanding designs (e.g. colours) might require the use of In-Mould-Labeling. Cases which are not fit for imprinting (e.g. due to their surface) can be decorated with stickers or Dome- labels. The same concept is useful when the number of cases, which are to be decorated, is small.
Case series fit for imprinting: every series
ATTENTION: distinct/rough surface structures can severely restrict the available print area (e.g. strongLine)
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