Shipping Cases Now acquires a high quality line of Aluminum Shipping Cases and Containers

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Shipping Cases Now has come to terms with Zarges, a manufacturer of extremely high quality shipping cases and containers. The products are online now and available for immediate shipping.

Shipping Cases is currently shipping the Zarges high quality aluminum shipping cases and containers. This is added to the line of High Quality ATA cases.

The density of Aluminum shipping cases and containers is only around 2.6 to 2.8 g/cm3. This is approximately 1/3 rd of the density of steel. Despite its low weight aluminum features very high strength characteristics.

Aluminum shipping cases and containers are resistant to impact and very strong: The surface may be dented by impact but the impact energy is absorbed by the distortion.

Aluminum shipping cases and containers are not sensitive to extreme fluctuations in temperature: In the temperature range of -238 to +302 °F the material characteristics remain constant.

Aluminum shipping cases and containers are resistant to corrosion and has a built-in defensive response: On contact with oxygen the surface develops an oxide layer which is reinstated immediately if damage occurs. Aluminum shipping cases and containers are impervious to water vapor: Even under extremely long-term storage conditions, it is impossible for moisture to penetrate the material. By means of welding it is possible to fabricate an aluminum container so that it is resistant to water vapor.

These containers are magnetically neutral: Aluminum shipping cases and containers are free from ferro-magnetism. This material characteristic may assume major importance in certain areas of application.

Aluminum shipping containers are resistant to corrosion and has a built-in defensive response: On contact with oxygen the surface develops an oxide layer which is reinstated immediately if damage occurs.

Aluminum shipping cases are resistant to UV radiation: Long storage periods and use under exposure to UV rays have no effect on this material.

These shipping cases and containers lends themselves to machining in a number of different ways: All the standard machining processes - welding, moulding etc. - can be applied to aluminum and can be carried out very much more cost-efficiently than is the case with other metals.

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