Quentor Debuts New Q-Fix Flight Cases

It’s rare that anything new or innovative happens within the flight case industry. Basic designs had not changed for around 30 years until Quentor Limited introduced System Q Cases in 1996: strong, good looking, weight saving products designed specifically for the demanding environment of Formula One motor racing. Their benefits have since been readily embraced by other industries, particularly the AV and entertainment industries.

Now Quentor has done it again with the introduction this Fall of its Quentor Q-Fix Flight Cases. From the outside, they may not look too different, although a closer look will reveal a new level of accuracy of manufacture almost unknown in the flight-case industry. This is because they utilize a new patented construction system offering unique, high strength, and quality assembly.

Quentor Q-Fix Cases are available in standard sizes or custom-built in almost any size, style, and color. Weight-saving Q-Fix Cases are ideal for many applications within the AV, broadcasting and entertainment industries. The range includes trunks and racks, together with more specialized cases for lighting, cameras, and other AV equipment.

Quentor Q-Fix Cases are available ready-assembled, or as a flat-pack system, making them ideal for distributor/stockists, or for users where space is at a premium. They will be launched in the UK at PLASA, London; in Europe at PHOTOKINA, Cologne; and in the USA at LDI, Las Vegas.

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