Mechanical Environment


Mechanical environment:

Test Definition: Mechanical environmental testing, also known as mechanical environmental testing, is an activity carried out to ensure the functional reliability of a product during its specified lifespan under expected usage, transportation, and circulation environmental conditions.

Characteristics: With force as the prominent feature, assess and evaluate the functional reliability and structural integrity of the product under force.

Test purpose: To verify the functionality and adaptability of the product in mechanical environments (impact, vibration, collision, drop, etc.) using simulation testing methods, in order to verify whether the product has achieved the expected goals in research and development, design, and manufacturing.

Test items, method standards, and testing capabilities:

Mechanical Environment