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KRD50 Transportation Simulation Test System

KRD50 series transportation simulation test system can replace the actual traffic testing, and complete the road transportation simulation test of packaged or unpackaged products in the laboratory. The simulation conditions are the random vibration environment generated when the vehicle is traveling at a speed of 20-80km/h on the intermediate pavement of the tertiary or fourth highways, to assess the product’s adaptability to the vibration of automobile transportation under packaging or non-package, and to assess its structural integrity.

  • The method of subband approach is used to simulate broadband random vibration. Each subband contains a main natural frequency and meets the power spectrum of the subband. The vibration magnitude and running time of the test bench are consistent with the actual road spectrum.
  • Adopt truck chassis suspension technology, the acceleration factor can be adjusted;
  • AC variable frequency control;
  • No special foundation is needed, no other complicated operation or installation.

KRD51 Transportation Bounce Test System

KRD51 transportation bounce test system is mainly suitable for simulating the random shock environment test experienced during the transportation of bulk products to determine the adaptability of transportation and evaluation of the reliability and integrity of the product structure that when bulk products are transported by land, there will be free bounce, bump and friction between products or between products and the sides of the car or the bottom of the car. The random shock environment it simulates cannot replace the random vibration environment simulated by the transportation test system

The International Safe Transit Association (ISTA) developed a civilian package test procedure resembling the military test: 1A for products weighing less than 150 lb (68 kg) and 1B for over 150 lb (68 kg). Additional tests in subsequent procedures such as 1C, 1D, 2A and further combine the loose cargo basic test with atmospheric conditioning and other factors.

MIL-STD-810 and ISTA Procedures 1A and 1B offer package test procedures for packages subjected to repeated vibration (bouncing Testing) for a distance of up to 150 miles (240 km), while unrestrained and repeatedly colliding with other cargo and the walls and floor of a four-sided compartment.

  • Standardized testing machine, no need to adjust, easy to use.
  • Optional computer control and acquisition functions.
  • Foundation free
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