National Technical Systems Announces Industry’s Highest Level Single System Vibration and Shock Capability
The system, built by Unholtz-Dickie a leading manufacturer of electrodynamics systems, produces very high energy levels for inducing vibration and shock in large test specimens. At NTS Camden, the testing is conducted in accordance with various military and commercial test specifications to determine how much shock and vibration the specimen can endure and still operate. The system features a full 3-inch (76mm) stroke and is capable of up to 200g of sine acceleration and up to 600g of shock acceleration. Internal pneumatic load support provides automatic test sample (load) centering for full stroke capability with payloads up to 1,900 lbs.
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“Whether it’s a commercial or military product, this system allows customers to induce the toughest imaginable environments on their products to assure product performance, safety and reliability,” states Dave Mann, Division Manager of NTS Camden.
About National Technical Systems, Inc.
National Technical Systems, Inc. is a business-to-business services company providing organizations in the aerospace, defense, information technology (IT) and high technology markets integrated testing, certification, quality registration, systems evaluation and engineering solutions. For additional information about National Technical Systems, visit its web site at www.ntscorp.com.
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