Caseman Alumunium Series

For twenty years the CAS manufacturing facility has welded alumunium protective cases for a diverse group of consumers and applications



From ultra high-end retail to industrial, governmental and military applications, every CAS case is built to perform underextreme conditions. Not just once, but over and over. A CAS protective case is reusable, repairable and at the end of service completely recyclable.

Until recently the process of manufacturing a metal protective case was an extremely time consuming, labor-intensive, expensive process and the final product though extremely durable was heavy and bulky. It’s no surprise that plastic soon became the material of choice formany shipping and storage applications. It was the easy choice. Petroleum was the providence of the U.S., and the long-term sustainability of this cheap, easy to acquire resource was not in question. Much has changed in the last 30 years. Today the choice of materials used in the manufacture of a protective case isn’t about what’s easy. It’s about what is right for .. America. Environmentally there is no question, plastic has become a problem in many different ways. From a resource sustainability point of view, petroleum reserves are in the decline and the countries that control these dwindling reserves are often hostile to American and western interests. It’s for these reasons and others, which have more to do with the limitations of plastic in the field than the availability of rawmaterials and their location, CAS offers a viable alternative.

The time of the aluminum protective case is NOW.
CAS has made considerable investments in advanced metal forming technology and processes that allow ultra fast, manufacturing of welded aluminum cases. Today case forms are quickly cutout with high speed lasers, shaped, then robotic welders precisely join the aluminum forms into sealed case units, ready for installation of hardware and final finish.

Welded aluminum cases are lighter, stronger and more cost effective to manufacture than ever before.
Many of the characteristics of aluminum that make it an ideal material in case and container manufacturing are widely known.There are however advantages that are less known but equally important. For example: Aluminum is not affectedby extreme heat. In the temperature range of —238°F to+302°F the material characteristics remain constant. The scorching temperatures of desert warfare often distort case and container products made of polymers.

Aluminum is very strong and resistant to impacts. Impacts may show on the exterior but the energy from the impact is absorbed within the distortion and not transferred to the contents. With most plastic cases, when an impact occurs the case will often flex or deform and transfer the majority of the impact energy directly to the contents. The plastic case then returns to its original shape leaving the contents damaged unbeknownst to all until the case with the damaged contents are in the field. There are of course many more advantages of aluminum. In the final analysis it is aluminum’s long-term sustainability that is its greatest strength. Aluminum is derived from bauxite ore. Reserves of bauxite ore are sufficient to meet demand for the foreseeable future. Even better, the largest producer of bauxite ore in the world is Australia.

CAS products represent the best total value in shipping cases and containers on the market today.
We can provide flexibility and customization without negative financial consequences. The materials and manufacturing processes we use are sustainable over the long run. Most importantly our case products are built tough and out perform competitive products in the field. That’s value, that’s CAS.

Welded Alumunium Hybrid Transit Cases
The aluminum cases feature high-density molded polymer protective corners with integrated no-slip stacking features. This CAS proprietary design combines the flexibility of modern polymers with the durability of aluminum together for the ultimate protective case solution. Cases are manufactured to meet a large range of size and load bearing requirments.

Welded Aluminum Transit Cases
Our custom military and government shipping cases and containers are the strongest, most reliable transport cases available. From computers to weapons systems, our durable aluminum conatiners will ensure your impact sensivive equipment is in the field ready to go to work.

Drop Testing
Mil-Std-810 and ASTM D880-92 test methodor impact testing for shipping containers and systems.

Water Resistance
per ASTM D951-99 standard test method for water resistanceof shipping containers by spray method.

Repetitive Shock
in accordance with requirements set forth the ASTM D999-01, Test Method for vibration testing of shipping containers.

19” Aluminum Rack Mount Transit Cases
Our 19″ rack mount transit cases are affordable and built to meet multiple MIL and EIA Standards. Cases protect electronic equipment against shock and vibration as well as environmental effects such as, humidity, dust and moisture.

Features and options include:

  • Detachable front and rear lids with hangers
  • Neoprene rubber seal keeps out harmful moisture and dust
  • Housing is .080″, 5052 aluminum construction
  • Rack frame: Aluminum extrusion and aluminum sheet
  • Frame rails are EIA compliant
  • Shock mount weight bearing capacities up to 450 lbs.
  • Durable powder coat finish in choice of colors
  • Fully welded corners

Custom Structural Container Solutions
Regardless of size or complexity Caseman, Inc. can build a custom container to deliver impact sensitive equipment to the field.

Pictured below: Recent production of large reusable containers usedto ship sensitive U.S. space shuttle rocketry components from prime contractors facility to point of assembly.

  • Complete design and engineering.
  • Material certification and control
  • Certified welding inspectors ensure any weld procedure required will conform to military or commercial specification.
  • Our team of welding professionals are experienced in a variety of materials including: Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel, Titanium, Hastelloy and Inconel.