C.H. Ellis specializes in rigidized custom aluminum cases. These are the strongest and most reliable cases in the industry.
C. H. Ellis realizes that there are times when a stock case just won’t work for your needs. The item or items you are shipping require the ultimate in protection and specific size. Rigidized custom aluminum cases are the perfect answer. They resist marks, scuffs and abrasions because of their rugged diamond pattern. This pattern also increases the strength of rigidized aluminum cases over drawn aluminum cases.
Aluminum custom cases can be set up with a custom foam interior, foam lined or foam filled. We can even fit them with a rack mount to cushion delicate electronic field equipment.
Our aluminum cases are TIG welded. Also called gas tungsten arc welding, the choice for welding when high quality precision welding is require.
Let us know the exterior size you require. Any size is possible. CH Ellis aluminum cases have carried everything, including satellites, 450-lb cameras, tools, delicate electronic instruments and medical supplies.
Once we determine the case size, we can work on the interior. You can have any style interior from empty to foam-lined, foam-filled or customized. Or, you can have us design a special plastic or metal insert. You can find examples in our Packaging Solutions pages.
The cases can be anodized or powder-coat painted. You can choose from surface mount latches or valance spanning recessed latches, padded handles or spring-loaded handles for shipping, and from padlock loops to combination or draw bolt locks. Whatever you need, we can provide.
- Medical Cases
- Military Equipment Cases
- Professional Tool Cases
- Equipment Cases
- Circuit Board Cases
- Camera Cases
- Rack-Mount Cases
- Instrument Cases
- Oil-Rig Equipment Cases
- Data-com Cases
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