Altitude Testing and Simulation Services
Altitude testing is essential to understand the impact of change in elevation, flight level, and rapid decompression on the product components’ and packaged systems’ durability during transportation in trucks and flights. Testing conditions are also simulated to reflect product installations at high altitudes. It is a pass-or-fail test to assess damage or evaluate if the system being tested can equalize the pressure at high altitudes. Combined environmental testing is also performed to simulate multiple weathering conditions at high or low altitudes, including temperature, humidity, vibration, etc.
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- ASTM D6653
- IEC 60068-2-13
- Combined Environmental Testing
- Products Tested
- Combat systems
- Unpressed cargo
- Air dropped equipment
- Electronic components
- Packaging systems
- High and low altitude installation systems
- Military Equipment
- Shipping & Packaging
Altitude Testing and Simulation Laboratories
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- Clark Testing
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- Delserro Engineering Solutions
- SGS Transportation Testing Services
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Humidity Testing is a suite of standardized environmental tests performed to evaluate the prolonged effect of humidity on a product or material.
Vibration testing is the process of evaluating the performance or degradation of a product, component, system, or structure when subjected to mechanical motion.
Accelerated aging is the expedited aging process of a product by subjecting it to aggravated operational and environmental conditions like temperature, pressure, humidity, light, vibration, etc.
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FAQ on Altitude Testing and Simulation
Our product testing labs regularly provide altitude testing and simulation services for a wide range of product components and packaged systems.
Altitude testing is a part of environmental testing. Pricing depends on the test component and the testing standard.
Altitude testing is a simulation of high-pressure conditions to understand the impact of change in elevation, flight level, and rapid decompression on the product components and packaged systems.
Altitude testing is used to assess damage or evaluate if the system being tested can equalize the pressure at high altitudes. Testing conditions are also simulated to reflect product installations at high altitudes.