Shock Bump Test Systems
KRD10 series full-automatic hydraulic shock test system is used to measure and determine the impact resistance of products or packaging, and to evaluate the reliability and structural integrity of products in a shock environment.
KRD11 series pneumatic vertical shock/bump test system is featured with advanced design, high degree of automation and reliability, simple operation and convenient maintenance.
The KRD12 series shock test system is used to measure and determine the horizontal impact resistance of a product or package, and to evaluate the reliability and structural integrity of the test unit in a horizontal impact environment.
KRD13 series high acceleration shock test system is specially designed to meet the requirements of military and automotive testing. The system adopts the principle of pneumatic energy storage expansion.
High impact shock test system meets MIL-S-901D standard which covers shock testing requirements for shipboard machinery, equipment, systems, and structures, excluding submarine pressure hull penetrations.
KRD17 series pneumatic bidirectional vertical shock test system is a new type of product designed and developed for some large specimens that cannot or are not easy to turn over.
SRS Test Systems
KRD14 series pendulum shock response spectrum tester is used to measure and determine the shock resistance of electrical and electronic products or packaging.
Centrifugal Constant Acceleration Testers
Drop Test Systems
Transportation Simulation Test Systems
KRD50 series transportation simulation test system is to simulate the actual road conditions such as shocks and vibrations during the transportation of various items of a specific load.
Bounce testing simulates the constant loose cargo state during truck transport. Oftentimes, containers carrying military and civilian hardware (such as medical supplies, electronics, weaponry, communication devices).
Multi-Axial Simulation Tables
Packaging Test Systems
KRD100 series incline impact tester simulates the ability of product packaging to resist shock damage in the actual environment, such as handling, stacking of shelves, sliding of motors, loading, and unloading of locomotives.