Enhancing Security: Locking Your Pelican Case

Pelican cases are durable, waterproof, and dustproof cases that are commonly used for protecting sensitive or valuable equipment during transport or storage. Pelican cases often come with a built-in locking mechanism that allows you to secure the contents of the case.
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Pelican cases locks have excellent security and provide reliable protection for users' valuables. Here are a few key security features:

Durability: Pelican case locks are usually crafted from high-quality materials such as stainless steel, copper, and corrosion-resistant materials for excellent durability. The deadbolt and lock body are often specially designed to resist prying or vandalism, thus providing additional security.
Water resistance: Pelican cases are usually water resistant, and locks are designed with water resistance in mind. The lock body and deadbolt are usually equipped with sealing rubber pads to ensure that the lock can still function normally in harsh environments such as rain, waves or wet conditions.
Dustproof: Pelican case locks are also dustproof, and the lock body and deadbolt are usually equipped with gaskets to keep dust, dirt, and other impurities out of the lock, keeping the lock in good working order.

High security: Pelican case locks usually employ complex designs and high security technologies, such as keys or password systems, to ensure that only authorized personnel can access the contents of the box

Here are some common types of locks used with Pelican cases:
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Combination Lock: Pelican cases may come with a combination lock, which requires you to set a unique combination of numbers or letters to secure the case. To lock the case, you rotate the dials or input the combination, and then secure the lock in place.
Passive Electronic Lock: Pelican cases may require restricted access for specialized medications, ensuring only authorized personnel can open them during transportation and storage.
TSA-Approved Lock: If you are traveling by air and using a Pelican case, you may need to use a Transportation Security Administration (TSA)-approved lock. These locks are designed to be opened by TSA officers using a master key, allowing them to inspect the contents of the case without breaking the lock. TSA-approved locks typically have a combination or key mechanism.
Pelican’s PeliLock: Pelican also offers their own proprietary lock called PeliLock, which is a stainless steel padlock designed specifically for Pelican cases. PeliLocks are corrosion-resistant and feature a high-security shrouded shackle to protect against tampering.
Pelican cases are widely used in the medical field for transporting medications, especially in situations where emergency medication supply is needed, such as disaster sites, wilderness medical rescue, etc. The durability and waterproof performance of Pelican cases ensure the safe transport of medications in harsh environmental conditions, ensuring the effectiveness and safety of the medications.
In some cases, Pelican cases may also be required to be opened only by specific personnel, especially for the use of specialized medications. This requires the locks to ensure that only authorized personnel can access the items inside the box, ensuring that the box cannot be opened by unauthorized individuals during transportation and storage.

Vanma provides security locking solutions for Pelican cases. If you are interested in this, you can contact us for more information.