Vibration testing and analysis is an important factor in determining how components will hold up to everyday use. Your team may be required to test products for development, reliability, or safety protocols depending on the products intended use and exposure environment. Vibration testing is necessary in all types of industries such as Aerospace, Automotive, Rail, Electronics and Consumer Products and is also a critical component to determine product durability during transportation and shipping. This is especially true when you consider the environmental exposure that products can encounter while also experiencing vibration during transport. Most products are developed to withstand these types of environments, and vibration testing is a necessary component to ensuring compliance.
Cross offers vibration testing and analysis with state-of-the-art equipment that allows our team to simulate and monitor climate conditions while testing for vibratory impact. Our chambers have large-scale footprints that allow us to meet most product, packaging, or material size needs that you may have. Our vibration systems have the ability to add climate to any test necessary, and can perform various types of vibration tests as well as mechanical shock testing. Capabilities Include:
- Sinusoidal Vibration
- Random Profiles
- Sine on Random
- Resonance Search and Dwell
- Narrow Band Random on Random
- Combined Temp and Vibration
- Half Sine
- Terminal and Initial Peak Saw Tooth Pulses
With the ability to design and build custom test rigs and fixtures we can support all of your vibration needs. We use data acquisition solutions to ensure proper data collection during testing. Pre/Post photogrammetry, gap and other measurement methods allow us to determine compliance of most specification requirements. With the added ability to perform environmental tests such as sun simulation or salt spray analysis, Cross can handle your entire project, without the need to utilize multiple sources.
For more information about vibration testing with Cross, click on the button below to learn more or schedule a test today. Interested in learning more about our testing services? Take a look at our webinar, Testing 101: Vibration Testing.