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Mechanical testing is performed in a mechanical testing laboratory to measure the material’s structural limits before failure upon subjecting to static or dynamic forces. Infinita Lab performs mechanical testing in testing labs according to customer specifications and specific needs.


Mechanical Testing Services

A mechanical test is performed to measure the material’s structural limits before failure when subjected to static or dynamic forces. Destructive mechanical testing plays a vital role in raw material selection, determining the effects of heat and other treatments, validating FEA models for engineering components, quality control, and failure analysis and prevention. Mechanical testing methodologies have been employed in our testing labs to characterize a diverse range of materials from metals, composite materials, electronic components to biological tissues, and nanomaterials.

Product-specific testing programs and equipment are available in our laboratory for characterizing polymers and other specialty samples like bio and nanomaterials. Examples include dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA), thermomechanical analysis (TMA), and nanoindentation tests. Comprehensive characterization of products is achieved through mechanical testing and chemical, thermal, or other simulated environmental analysis like humidity and vibration testing. Failed products are routinely subjected to root cause analysis investigations to reveal the failure mechanism.

We at Infinita Lab perform not only routine tests, but also custom tests designed in our testing labs as per the client’s specific requirements. Our testing labs are well equipped to carry out accelerated weathering tests and provide the best results to our clients based in the USA and other parts of the world.

Materials Testing Services Performed in Our Mechanical Testing Laboratory

  • Tensile Testing
  • Hardness Testing
  • Impact Testing
  • Fatigue Testing
  • Hardness Testing
  • Fracture Toughness
  • Flexural or Bend Testing
  • Residual Stress Testing
  • Creep & Stress Rupture Testing
  • Shear Testing
  • Thermal Testing
  • High-Speed Imaging
  • Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC)
  • Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA)
  • Thermo Gravimetric Analysis (TGA)
  • Thermo Mechanical Analysis (TMA)


  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Electronic Components
  • Manufacturing
  • Metals and Alloys
  • Composites
  • Construction Materials
  • Biomaterials
  • Laminates
  • Polymers
  • Plastics
  • Nanomaterials

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    FAQs on Mechanical Testing

    Where can I get mechanical testing done?

     Our network of material testing labs, spread across the USA, covers a wide range of mechanical tests. Some of the categories of mechanical tests include Tensile testing, Impact testing, and Fracture toughness testing.

    How much does mechanical testing cost?

    Mechanical testing covers a wide range of tests. Therefore, the cost of a test depends on the type of the test and the required industry standard. Please contact us for a detailed quote based on your testing needs. 

    What is mechanical testing?

    Mechanical testing includes any test that determines a material’s mechanical properties, or its behavior in response to a given action, or its structural limits before failure. 


    What are the uses of thermal testing?

    Thermal testing determines a material’s ability to operate at different temperatures and the effects of heat on a material’s behavior. Inputs from thermal testing are used for quality control, failure analysis, and validating FEA models. 


    What are types of mechanical testing?

    The most common types of mechanical testing are:
    • Tensile
    • Impact
    • Creep
    • Fatigue
    • Non-destructive
    • Hardness
    • Fracture toughness

    What are 4 types of quality control?

    The four types of quality control are:
    1. Process control
    2. Control charts
    3. Acceptance sampling
    4. Product quality control

    How is mechanical testing done?

    In general, mechanical testing involves increasingly loading a specimen until failure occurs.

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