We are always happy to work with our customers to design testing scenarios that will match their needs.
We can replicate any environment and hazard that your products, packaging, unit loads, or pallets will experience within your material handling system. Once we have replicated your systems specific properties, we put your exact packaging/products/etc… through the simulations and analyze the test results.
These highly individualized test set-ups allow us to determine what exactly you can change, within the design of your packaging/pallets or within any portion of your material handling system, to save your company time and money.
Our lab is equipped multiple universal testing machines that can be used to conduct tension, compression, torsion, and bending tests using loads ranging from 100 lbs. to 50,000 lbs.
Feel free to contact us with any questions or ideas you have regarding specific customized test parameters, and we will work hard to create a test that will help us find the answers for you!
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