MISSION CRITICAL: “Battlefield Computers Need Cooling”

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ImpactCases.com. has designed, engineered, manufactured and drop tested a transportable air and watertight aluminum 19”rackmount chiller case system to cool military battlefield computers.

Chiller Case System

Battlefield Computers Need Cooling

ImpactCases Inc. announces the immediate availability of a chiller case system consisting of a 19” rackmount case with a separate chiller unit attached on top. The chiller case unit travels in its own dedicated welded aluminum single lid case along with the main welded aluminum rackmount case which houses the mission critical battlefield computers that need cooling.

On the battlefield, the single lid aluminum shipping case is opened, the cooling unit lifted out and placed on top of the rackmount case and within minutes the cooled computer system is ready to receive and send critical battlefield information.

The main function of Impact Cases military chiller case system is to insure that the instruments housed within the rackmount case arrive at the intended location suffering no physical damage. The chiller unit purpose is to ensure that the computers do not over heat when in use.

These Impact Cases can also be described as welded instrument cases or transit cases or aluminum cases or mission critical cases or military cases. Also; the Impact chiller transportable case system is ideal for the mobile transportation of super and cluster computers and server systems which require cooling. This case system is perfect for broadcasters who have the need for transporting their telecommunication equipment where cooling facilities are not readily available. The military will also use this cooling case system to house their C3 and C4 systems. Signal generators and amplifiers are another area where cooling is required to protect the expensive electronic equipment.

Customization of the outer aluminum shell to accommodate special equipment features is easily achieved with Impact’s chiller case system.

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James Hamlen
Impact Cases Inc.
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