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SKB 3-R916U24 24" Deep 16U Roto Shock Rack, Black

SKU: SKBR916U24 MFR: 3SKB-R916U24

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SKB 3-R916U24 24 $1,495.54

About SKB 3-R916U24 24"" Deep Rack

The SKB 3SKB R916U24 ATA Roto-Molded Shock 24" Rack Shipping Case is a sixteen unit 24" deep roto-molded case. Features include compound hinged doors, black powder coated stainless steel latches, removable 4.0" casters, eight HM-245 elastomeric shock mounts with a load range of 40 to 150 lb., gasketed doors and a pressure relief valve. The case meets most ATA or military specifications for shipping cases.

SKB 3-R916U24 24"" Deep Rack Features

  • Roto molded Polyethylene shock absorbing rack case
  • Standard 19" rack width as per EIA standards with 16 space rack height
  • Standard rack depth front to rear rail is 24" and lid depth is 4.5"
  • Meets most ATA and Military specifications
  • Frame with threaded steel rails and aluminum cross components form an "H" shaped rigid configuration
  • Black powdered coated stainless steel key lockable recessed twist latches
  • Eight HM-245 elastomeric, high damping, wide temperature range shock mounts with a load range of 40 to 150 lb
  • Plug style lid sealing system. Lids penetrate the body with an approximate 1.0" molded in protrusion that provides sealing and anti-shearing properties
  • Compound hinge system allows the lids to swing out 270deg. and rest along sides of the case or easily removed and reinstalled
  • Front and rear doors are fitted with rubber gaskets for water resistant protection
  • Automatic ambient pressure equalization valve pressure (MIL-STD-648C)
  • Cases stack securely with wheels on or off
  • Both lids can be opened while cases are stacked
  • Spring loaded rubber over molded handles
  • Standard high quality slide-in/out locking swivel 4.0" locking casters rated at 1200 lb
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