Vibration Testing Services

Ensure the Reliability of Your Products

BE Analytic is a NABL accredited laboratory. BE Analytic has established world class test facility for quality and reliability assurance of different Mechanical, Electronic and Electromechanical Products.

Our vibration testing services help you ensure the reliability of your products. We conduct various types of Vibration tests as per different national and international test standards like, IEC 60068, MIL STD – 810H, MIL STD-2164A, ASTM D999,

JSS 5855, JSS 55555, ISO 9022-3:1998, ISO 16750-3:2012, DIN EN 60068-2-27, IS 9000-7, IEC 60571 and so on.

We use advanced techniques to simulate real-world vibration conditions and identify potential issues that can cause failure.

What is Vibration Testing?

Vibration testing is a crucial step in the product development process to ensure that products can withstand real-world conditions. We offer a variety of vibration testing services to help you identify potential issues and ensure that your products meet the highest standards of quality and reliability.

Vibration testing

BE Analytics Vibration test facilities:

  • Random Vibration Testing

  • Sinusoidal Vibration Testing

  • Mechanical Shock Testing

  • Random on Random Vibration Testing

  • Bump Testing

  • Highly Accelerated Life Testing (HALT) test

  • Many more....

1. What is Random Vibration Testing:

Random vibration testing is a type of vibration testing that simulates real-world vibration environments by applying random vibration energy across a broad frequency spectrum. It is used to evaluate the reliability and durability of products in various industries such as aerospace, automotive, and electronics.

Random Vibration test

2. What is Sinusoidal Vibration Testing:

Sinusoidal vibration testing is a type of vibration testing that applies a single-frequency sine wave vibration to a product. It is used to evaluate the strength and durability of products and to determine their natural frequencies and resonant points.

Sine Vibration test

3. Mechanical Shock Testing:

Mechanical shock testing is a type of testing that simulates the sudden impact that a product might experience during shipping or use. It involves exposing the product to a sudden high-acceleration shock pulse and evaluating its ability to withstand the shock.

Mechanical shock test

4. What is Bump Test:

A bump test is a type of mechanical shock test that simulates the impact a product may experience during transportation. It involves dropping or striking a product with a controlled force to assess its ability to withstand sudden impacts.

Bump test

5. What is Sine on Random test:

Sine on Random test is a type of vibration test that combines sinusoidal (pure tone) vibration with random vibration. This type of testing is often used to simulate the types of vibration that a product might experience in the field. This type of testing is commonly used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, and defense to test the reliability and durability of products that will be exposed to complex vibration environments.

6. What is Package Testing:

Package testing involves subjecting a product’s packaging to various tests to ensure that it can protect the product during transportation and storage. It includes tests such as drop testing, compression testing, vibration testing, and environmental testing.

7. What is Transportation Testing:

Transportation testing involves subjecting a product to various tests that simulate the rigors of transportation. It includes tests such as vibration testing, shock testing, temperature testing, and humidity testing to evaluate the product’s durability during shipping and handling.

8. What is Highly Accelerated Life Testing (HALT) test?

HALT stands for Highly Accelerated Life Testing. It is a stress testing method used to identify design and manufacturing defects in electronic and mechanical systems. HALT involves exposing a product to a range of extreme temperature and vibration conditions to accelerate failure modes and identify potential weaknesses in the design or manufacturing process. The goal of HALT is to identify failure points and make design improvements to improve the product’s reliability and longevity.

Bump test

Why Choose Us?

  • State-of-the-art facilities and equipment

  • Experienced and knowledgeable engineers

  • Quick turnaround times

  • Competitive pricing

  • Customized testing solutions to fit your specific needs

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