Our innovations

The philosophy and reputation of Rythmes & Sons have always been based on quality and innovation.
Innovation makes it possible to provide efficient and innovative technical solutions to users.
Quality is the pledge of our commitment, our rigor and our requirement to satisfy our customers.

Our team of 5 engineers is continuously designing and developing new products.
The constant search for innovation, adaptability and ambitiousness in our products have allowed Rythmes & Sons to stand out in the market of manufacturing flight cases.

Rewarded by INPI, Rythmes & Sons is known for its endless search for unique technical solutions to meet user demands.

Discover the Rythmes et Sons innovations from 1981 to today:

 

2019

Waterproof flight case (degree of protection IP56) hélitreuillable using lifting plates,
lifting certification and safety marking.


 

 

2018

Mobile storage unit (USM), shuttle box specially designed for industrial logistics.


 

 

2017

The ClicTop® air rack is designed in composite. It is lighter than the classic ClicTop® rack.
Polymer lids are stackable, semi-rigid and virtually unbreakable


 

2016

Skelcase®, shuttle box completely removable by screwing.


 

2013

The Open-U® is a composite protective case for flat screens that is light, robust and easy to use.
We have developed a complete range for different sizes and models of screens from 15" to 86".


 

 

2009

The OpenTop® has been specially designed for very fragile 19" equipment.
Its tilting lid is stored in the upper part and remains integral with the flight.


 

 

2005

The ClicTop® rack is light and ergonomic.
The polymer lids are stackable, semi-rigid and virtually unbreakable.


 

 

1997

19" profile rack design and robust allows an elegant integration in fixed installations or mobile.


 

 

1996

The OpenRoad®, an opening system that has become essential in the field of flight cases.
It is easy to use and has many advantages.


 

 

1986

Conception and manufactuing of the new Rythmes & Sons study xylophone. 


 

 

1985

First removable dividers maintained by grooved foam sides.


 

 

1984

Invention and patent of the Polyblocks.


 

 

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