Official Hardigg UK Suppliers
Full range of Peli-Hardigg cases (including Storm & Roto Mold options) with foam
Hardigg cases are amongst the most well-known and widely used throughout a huge range of industries. Becoming part of Pelican products in 2009, they remain to this day the largest manufacturer of rotationally moulded cases in the world.
With a range comprised of extra tough rotomolded transit cases, Storm Case (now renamed as Peli Storm Case) and a wide range of rack mount units, all Hardigg cases are rugged, durable, and packed with features.
You can source the full range of Peli Hardigg cases currently available through GWP, all of which can be customised with branding, custom foam inserts and other specialist options.
Standard Hardigg Equipment Cases
Roto-mold and heavy-duty protective cases
Please see below for the heavy-duty equipment cases manufactured by Peli Hardigg, including rotomolded options and the Peli Storm case range.
Peli Hardigg Rack Mount Cases
Specialist protection for electronics and comms gear
Besides standard equipment cases, the rotational moulding process also lends itself to the manufacture of rack mount cases / 19” racks. Please see below for the options available.
Hardigg Case Alternatives
Similar heavy duty / roto molded case options
There are a number of alternative rotationally moulded protective cases that you may wish consider when assessing your options. Please see below for these Hardigg case alternatives.
More Info on Peli Hardigg Cases
World leader in rotomolded cases
Hardigg Industries was originally founded way back in 1954, and quickly became the largest and most successful manufacturer of rotationally moulded cases in the world.
Viewed as the main rival to Peli cases for many years, Pelican Products purchased the company in 2009 for a figure reported to be around $200 million.
The acquisition led to a creation of protective case manufacturer with more 1500 employees and 22 sites globally.
Heavy duty equipment cases
Hardigg’s speciality – the manufacture of rotationally moulded cases – earned them a reputation for offering the toughest, most advanced heavy duty equipment cases available.
Rotomolded cases typically have thicker material at the corners and edges with thinner walls. This combination means that their cases (and in particular the ISP2 and Single lid options) combine exceptional strength and durability with a relatively light weight. Their cases are used extensively by the US military as a result.
Typical features found on these Hardigg cases include reinforced corners and edges, moulded-in stacking ribs, comfort grip handles, positive anti-shear locks, recessed hardware and pressure control valves. They are also fully waterproof (IP68 rated) and Air transport association approved (i.e. cases exceed ATA Spec 300 Category 1).
Other Hardigg cases
This method of manufacture also lends itself to the creation of rack mount cases too. The 19” racks offered by Hardigg provide protection for specialist electronics and communications equipment, keeping them safe from dust, water and mishandling.
Before being purchased by Pelican products, Hardigg also developed the Storm case range. A rival to the Peli Protector line, Storm cases provide a perfect combination between cost, protection and aesthetics (being the waterproof cases that GWP would typically recommend).
Hardigg’s position and reputation for producing exceptional cases has gone from strength to strength under the ownership of Peli and, as such, are a great option for a huge range of industries and applications.
Hardigg Case FAQs
Frequently asked questions regarding Peli Hardigg Cases
The below section covers a number of commonly asked questions regarding Hardigg cases.
However, if you cannot find the specific information you need then simply get in touch – one of our cases advisers will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.
Are Peli and Hardigg separate companies?
Peli and Hardigg were rival manufacturers of waterproof equipment cases, with Peli more recognised for injection moulded options (such as Protector cases) and Hardigg for rotational moulding. However, in 2009, Hardigg was acquired by Pelican products.
What Hardigg cases are there?
The wider range of Peli cases incorporates various options. However, Hardigg branding is often still applied the companies range of rotomolded cases. This includes the Single Lid and ISP2 cases, as well as the range of rack mount cases. Hardigg also originally developed the Storm Case range.
Are Storm Cases made by Peli or Hardigg?
Storm cases are officially part of the Peli case range. However, they were originally developed by Hardigg, before becoming part of Pelican products in 2009.
Should I use a Hardigg heavy duty equipment case?
The Hardigg roto mold cases are arguably the toughest heavy duty equipment cases currently available. The moulding process creates exceptionally durable and hardwearing cases (with reinforced corners and edges as standard) making them ideal for even the most testing applications.
Are Hardigg just cheap Peli cases?
What is a rotomolded case?
Rotomolded cases take their name from the manufacturing technique used to create them. This is where material is placed into a heated mould, which is them rotated, distributing the plastic across the surfaces of the mould. This can create cases which are exceptionally tough, and which have thicker corners / edges, and thinner walls.
What are rack mount cases?
Rack mount cases are designed to house specialist electronics or comms gear. Designed in standard sizes and heights (the “U” value given to these cases), they are widely used by armed forces throughout the world.
Buy Peli Hardigg Cases
Hardigg cases UK supplier (business / trade)
If you are considering using Hardigg / Peli cases at your business, you should speak with the team here at GWP.
Besides competitive pricing and free, no obligation quotes on any volume of cases, you can also source all of your custom options at the same time. This includes custom foam inserts, exterior print and branding, as well as the full range of standard accessories and extras.
GWP Protective can also offer a huge range of alternative protective case brands (perhaps the largest from a single UK supplier) and even custom-built options such as EXOCase. And unlike other case suppliers you may speak with, being independent means you can trust the advice GWP provides – if a case is not suitable or even the best option for your requirements, we’ll be honest and tell you.
To see how this could have a significant, positive impact on your business, please get in touch today.
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