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Rackmount Cases

Rackmount Cases - Rack Mount Computer Cases, Server Cases, PC Cases, and Equipment Cases

Rackmount Cases - Rack Mount Computer Cases, Server Cases, PC Cases, and Equipment Cases

Shipping sensitive electronic equipment demands special protection. Many devices require secure mounting to the shipping case. Rackmount Cases are manufactured to accommodate the standards of the E.I.A. (Electronics Institute of America) and offer the convenience of devising a custom layout by mounting equipment in a stacked or layered position. Equipment is able to operate in the manner in which it was intended to be used. By allowing you to use your equipment while it remains inside the Rackmount Case saves both space and valuable set-up time while continuing to protect your equipment during operation. Most rack mounts have removable front and rear doors which allow equipment to be easily accessible from both the front and the rear. Remove the doors, plug in the power, and you are ready to get to work.

Rackmount Cases have evolved from bulky wooden racks to lightweight, ergonomic, molded plastic rack systems. Since electronic components differ in size and depth, it is necessary to have a wide variety of sizes to meet individual requirements; 2U – 19U racks are available in stock sizes. The height of Rackmount Cases is measured in units (U). The E.I.A. has set the spacing of rack units at 1 space = 1.75” = 1U.

Everyone is aware that “Fragile This End Up” does not ensure protection during shipping. An added insurance policy is to choose a Shock Rack System Case. The newest generation of these shock-absorbing cases use elastomeric shock absorbers on all eight corners. These revolutionary shocks are designed to control the effects of shock and vibration by floating a frame on three axes. The sway space around the internal frame provides natural air conditioning…critical for delicate electronic equipment.

Need a rack system with a 24" depth from front to rear rail? Have a unique requirement for a 4" deep lid? Our SKB Roto Shock Racks offer the solution. They provide ultimate protection for the most demanding environments. They feature a compound hinge system that allows the lid to swing out and completely lay flat against the main body of the case. Also, all hardware is field replaceable. Go lid-less – with an effortless lifting motion remove the lid and reinstall with the same ease in seconds. This allows for rapid deployment in an up-right configuration. This system stacks securely with the wheels on or off. This revolutionary design is the only shock rack that will open front and back while stacked. This new generation of shock racks meets MIL-SPEC sealing characteristics with significantly fewer latches than competitive products while offering a better case and a substantial cost savings.

If you are a consumer (and not a business) interested in purchasing a custom made SKB case from our site, please visit our B2C page about custom rackmount cases.

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Rackmount Cases FAQ’s :

How can Rackmount Cases be customized?

All Rack Mount Cases have a variety of options such as rear rack rails (if not standard), glides for drawers and/or shelves, table legs mounted in lid, keyboard trays, and heavy duty casters on a dolly, just to name a few. Rackmount Cases can be customized to meet equipment needs and individual preferences.

What are Rackmount Cases used for?

Rack Mount Cases are used for fast deployment of many types of electronic equipment such as:

  • Audio Equipment
  • Avionic Equipment
  • Broadcast Equipment
  • Computers (PC), Laptops and Servers
  • Lighting Controlers
  • Satellite Communications Gear
  • Weapons Systems

What are the benefits of Rackmount Cases?

With A/V equipment more expensive, mobile, and more sensitive than ever before, the need for a sturdy shipping case has never been more critical. Rack Mount Cases offer a unique advantage to traditional ATA cases as they allow equipment to operate in the manner in which it was intended to be used. Allowing you to use your equipment while it is organized inside the Rackmount Case saves both space and valuable set-up time while continuing to protect your equipment during operation.