Testing services - mechanical environmental test
Definition of the test: Mechanical environmental test is also called dynamic environmental test. It is an activity to ensure that the product maintains functional reliability under the expected conditions of use, transportation and circulation during the specified life span.
Features: It takes force action as the prominent feature, and examines and evaluates the functional reliability and structural integrity of the product under force.
Purpose of the test: It uses the simulation test method to test the function and adaptability of the product in the mechanical environment (shock, vibration, bump, drop, etc.) and verify whether the product meets the expected target in the process of R&D, design and manufacture.
1. Field test (outfield test): Field test refers to a normal use test by placing the test samples at various typical sites of use.
2. Artificial simulation test (laboratory test): Artificial simulation test is a test method widely used in scientific research and production. That is, single environmental factor or multiple environmental factors created by the test equipment in the laboratory are applied to the products to assess their adaptability during use, transportation and storage.
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