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LIGHT-DUTY CARRYING CASES

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CARRYING CASE SHELL

  • Polyethylene plastic
  • Molded ribs
  • Molded feet (hinge side)

HARDWARE

  • 3/4″ Light-duty valance
  • Solid plastic handle
  • Locking steel/nickle latches
  • 1.5″ x 1″ steel hinges

BEST USED FOR

  • Items infrequently transported as luggage or usually by car
  • Not recommended for UPS or Fed-Ex unless boxed
  • Sales kits and Demo kits
  • OEM Cases
  • Items weighing 5 to 20 lbs.

MEDIUM-DUTY CARRYING CASES

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CARRYING CASE SHELL

  • Polyethylene plastic
  • Molded ribs
  • Molded feet (hinge side)

HARDWARE

  • 1-7/8″ Medium-duty valance
  • Solid plastic handle
  • Locking chrome latches
  • Continuous “piano” hinge

BEST USED FOR

  • Items occasionally transported as luggage
  • Not recommended for UPS or Fed-Ex unless boxed
  • Sales kits and Demo kits
  • OEM Cases
  • Items weighing 5 to 40 lbs

HEAVY-DUTY CARRYING CASES

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CARRYING CASE SHELL

  • Polyethylene plastic
  • Molded ribs
  • Molded feet (hinge side)

HARDWARE

  • 2″ Heavy-duty valance
  • Steel spring-loaded handles
  • Steel twist-draw latches
  • 4″ x 1-7/8″ steel hinges

BEST USED FOR

  • Items frequently shipped as cargo
  • Items frequently shipped as luggage
  • The required case size isn’t available in a Shipping Case style
  • Heavy items (over 30 to 40 pounds)
  • Delicate items


CHOOSING THE RIGHT BEL-AIR CARRYING CASE

Choosing the Bel-Air case that best suits your needs may seem confusing, however our advisors are more than happy to help you choose the best case style and configuration for your products’ characteristics and transportation requirements.

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If you’re more of a ‘do-it-yourself’ type of shopper, we’re happy to offer some advice. The most important thing to consider when choosing a case is to recognize who will be transporting it. The less you know your courier, and the less they know what’s inside the case, the more heavy-duty your case should be. Frequency and type of transportation are also factors as is the total weight of the products inside. Finally, since there may be more than one acceptable case solution, packaging costs versus product replacement value should also be considered.