Weight: 15.0 lb
Safeguard your valuable Lift eFoil batteries with utmost confidence! Our robust ZARGES case, built upon the renowned K470 series, combines the rugged 40849 case with a fire-retardant foam liner for safeguarding against accidental ignition. Reinforced by UN HazMat Certification, this case guarantees unwavering durability and security.
Aligned with IMDG, IATA, and 49CFR regulations, our case ensures secure storage and transportation of Lithium batteries. With UN HazMat Certification, it resists fire, dust, moisture, extreme temperatures, corrosion, and cracks. As air travel regulations evolve, consult your air carrier for guidance. Explore Lift Foils eFoil offerings on the Lift Foil website. Notably, Zarges doesn’t guarantee universal containment of lithium fires and assumes no liability for resulting property damage or personal injury.
The ZARGES K470 universal case stands as an enduring icon since its debut in 1950, celebrated for its inventive design, lasting durability, and role as the cornerstone for our diverse case range. It encapsulates ZARGES’ logistics expertise and unwavering quality.
While its design has subtly evolved over nearly 80 years to stay aligned with the latest technologies, the K470 retains features such as a stainless steel-hinged lid, snap fasteners, polyurethane seal, aluminum stacking corners, welded aluminum profile frames, riveted joints, and ergonomic comfort handles for glove-friendly use.
Capitalizing on aluminum’s advantages, our cases offer up to 50% greater efficiency than rivals. Thinner walls yield more cargo space, lighter construction curbs logistics costs. ZARGES aluminum cases outperform chipboard or plastic counterparts, maximizing space utilization.
Standard IP 54 protection, optional IP 65, and UN Certification for Hazardous Goods transport ensure top-tier security. K470 cases are airline-approved for cargo and, in select sizes, as carry-ons. Certain sizes are IGBC-certified Grizzly Bear Resistant. With 26 standard sizes and tailored options, Zarges offers versatility.
Regarding lithium fires, Zarges doesn’t guarantee universal containment and disclaims liability for resulting property damage or personal injury.