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Automatic Vacuum Seal Performance Tester
The Automatic Vacuum Seal Performance Tester is a device used to assess the sealing performance of products or packaging. It is widely applied in industries such as food, pharmaceuticals, electronics, and others, with the aim of ensuring that products can maintain an effective vacuum state within the packaging or prevent gas permeation.
This tester utilizes a vacuum pump to create a sealed vacuum environment, where the test samples are placed. By monitoring the changes in vacuum level over a certain period of time, using the pressure difference between the inside and outside, as well as other mediums like water or air, it detects the air-tightness performance of the object.
By conducting tests with the Automatic Vacuum Seal Performance Tester, the sealing performance of products or packaging can be accurately and rapidly examined to determine if they meet the requirements. This helps to ensure that the products are not affected by oxygen, moisture, or other harmful substances during storage and transportation, thus extending the shelf life of the products.
Rubber Alcohol Abrasion Tester
The Rubber Alcohol Abrasion Tester is a device designed to perform specific experiments according to national industry standards, aiming to replace manual operations.
This testing machine is capable of automatically conducting the required number of experiments, using standard loads, standard contact surfaces, and standard speeds, to comprehensively evaluate the performance indicators of plastic products and surface-treated products.
By adjusting the speed of the device’s movements, replacing weights of different loads, and setting the number of test cycles, this tester can automatically conduct surface abrasion resistance tests on plastic products and surface-treated products (such as printing, labeling, and coating). Additionally, it can be used with different mediums to perform rubber abrasion resistance tests, oil resistance tests, and alcohol resistance tests, providing a comprehensive assessment of the performance indicators of plastic products and surface-treated products.
Durability testing is a method used to assess the reliability of a product within its expected lifespan by simulating continuous usage scenarios. This testing aims to determine and evaluate the product’s reliability and ability to maintain its functionality throughout its entire lifecycle. It also helps assess the rationality of product design, material quality, and manufacturing processes.
The results of durability testing are crucial for product improvement, quality control, and market promotion. Different testing methods are employed based on the product’s functionality and characteristics. For instance, durability tests such as opening and closing, bending, reciprocating, vibration, impact, and load tests can be conducted to verify material and structural stability. These tests validate the material’s fatigue resistance and assess the rationality of the structural design, as well as evaluate the product’s ability to withstand aging and deterioration.
Torque testing is conducted to achieve the following objectives:
Assessing Product Reliability: By testing the maximum torque a product can withstand, the strength of the product design is validated. This helps determine the product’s reliability under various stress conditions, ensuring it meets design requirements.
Evaluating Product Usability: By testing the torque required to open and close the product, the usability and convenience of the product in real-world environments can be assessed, taking into account the needs of different user groups. This helps determine the product’s applicability and satisfaction among different user demographics.
By obtaining torque testing values, effective and rapid adjustments can be made for the product’s environment of use and target user population, aiding in positioning the product and optimizing its design. Such testing results provide a solid foundation for market positioning and product improvement.
Bite force testing
Bite force testing is a method used to evaluate the resistance to biting or the biting force of a product or material. It is widely applied in the performance research and evaluation of oral health-related products, food, and medical devices.
Bite resistance testing involves using fixtures to simulate the impact of biting and chewing forces that a product may experience during use. It measures whether the product can sustain the required functional performance and lifespan under a specified bite pressure within a certain period of time.
Through bite force testing, manufacturers and researchers can assess the performance, durability, and adaptability of products or materials in the oral environment. This aids in product design, development, quality control, as well as improvement and optimization of oral health products. The results of bite force testing provide important guidance and evidence for improving product performance, optimizing design, and meeting user needs.
Tensile testing is a method used to evaluate the performance and strength of materials or products under tensile forces or tension. It is commonly applied to assess the durability and reliability of products.
By conducting tensile testing, the mechanical properties of materials can be studied, providing reliable insights for material improvement and product selection. This testing method evaluates whether the product’s structure meets the requirements of functional use, offering important guidance for product structure improvement, design finalization, material selection, and quality control.
The results of tensile testing reveal the performance of materials or products under stress, including tensile strength, fracture point, and elastic modulus. This helps determine the reliability and applicability of materials, as well as improving product structure and design to ensure durability and safety under normal usage conditions.
Microwave testing is a method used to evaluate the safety and performance of lunchboxes or utensils during microwave heating. It primarily tests whether the lunchbox or utensil is suitable for heating food in a microwave while determining their compatibility with microwave heating.
Through microwave testing, key capabilities such as heat conduction, heat resistance, and microwave transmission of the product can be assessed. This ensures the safe use of the product in a microwave and compliance with relevant regulations and standards. The test results can also be used for product improvement, quality control, and market promotion. Additionally, consumers should follow the product instructions and usage recommendations when using lunchboxes or utensils for microwave heating to ensure safety and achieve optimal heating results.
Microwave testing provides consumers with the assurance of safety when using lunchboxes or utensils and ensures that the products can effectively and safely heat food in a microwave. This helps consumers make informed purchasing decisions and promotes the reliability and performance enhancement of lunchboxes or utensils.
Dishwasher testing is a method used to evaluate the performance of lunchboxes or utensils during the dishwasher cleaning process. It primarily focuses on assessing the product’s resistance to high temperatures, high humidity, oil, and detergent in the dishwasher, aiming to evaluate its suitability.
The evaluation of heat resistance assesses the stability and durability of lunchbox or utensil materials in the high-temperature environment of a dishwasher, ensuring that the product does not deform, fade, or get damaged.
Chemical resistance testing evaluates the product’s tolerance to dishwasher detergents and bleach, among other chemicals, ensuring that the product is not corroded or damaged by chemical substances.
Furthermore, wear resistance assessment evaluates the product’s ability to withstand repeated washing cycles in the dishwasher, determining its lifespan and durability.
Through dishwasher testing, manufacturers and consumers can gain insights into how the product performs in a dishwasher environment and ensure that it can withstand the rigors of the washing process.
Color testing is a method used to evaluate color consistency.
Color consistency assessment is typically done through visual comparison of color samples or by using colorimeters or spectrophotometers for measurement.
There are two common approaches for assessing color consistency:
Using a standard viewing light booth: This method provides various standard lighting conditions, enabling observers to visually compare color samples and assess the product’s color appearance. This approach has the advantages of being perceptually strong, quick, and convenient. However, it relies on individual perception, and results may vary due to subjective judgment.
Using a colorimeter or spectrophotometer for measurement: This approach involves measuring the color values of the sample and comparing them with standard color coordinates. It quantifies color differences and provides precise and consistent results.
By conducting comprehensive evaluations using both approaches, it ensures consistent color among samples within the same product or batch. By considering the range of color differences and deviations and taking appropriate measures to adjust and minimize color variations, customer expectations and requirements can be met. This aids in quality control, product improvement, and market promotion.
Temperature Chamber Testing
Temperature chamber testing is a method used to evaluate the temperature resistance and oil resistance of materials or products by providing a constant temperature environment.
In temperature chamber testing, if the product’s specified temperature resistance is 120°C, the temperature chamber can be set to 120°C and maintained at that temperature for the designated testing time. During the testing process, any changes in the material or product before and after the temperature resistance test are observed, providing a basis for design optimization, assessment of product performance, and compliance.
Additionally, when combined with the use of a low-temperature chamber, temperature cycling tests can be conducted to measure the material or product’s resistance to thermal shock under temperature variations. This provides a more comprehensive validation of the material or product’s environmental suitability and application range. These test results aid in material selection, product structure finalization, and quality control.
Through temperature chamber testing, the performance stability and reliability of materials or products under different temperature conditions can be comprehensively evaluated. This provides important references for product development and improvement, ensuring the reliability and suitability of the product in various temperature environments.
High Precision Salt Spray Test Chamber
The High Precision Salt Spray Test Chamber is a specialized testing equipment designed to simulate salt spray environments, with the aim of evaluating the corrosion resistance and protective capabilities of materials, coatings, or surface treatments.
This test chamber generates salt spray or salt fog and precisely controls its concentration, temperature, and humidity to simulate marine or corrosive environments. Products or samples are exposed to the salt spray environment and undergo testing for a specified period to assess their corrosion resistance and durability.
Key features and functions of the High Precision Salt Spray Test Chamber include:
High Precision Control: The test chamber can accurately control the concentration, temperature, and humidity of the salt spray to simulate different corrosive environments.
Time Control: Testing time can be set, usually measured in days, to simulate corrosion conditions over different time periods.
Automation: Some high precision salt spray test chambers are equipped with automated control systems that can automatically record parameters such as temperature, humidity, salt spray concentration, and generate test reports.
Safety: The test chamber is constructed with corrosion-resistant materials and designed to ensure the safety of operators while preventing salt spray contamination in the laboratory environment.
By simulating salt spray environments, this test chamber provides a reliable method for testing and validating the protective capabilities of products, ensuring their reliability and durability under harsh corrosion conditions.
Drop testing is a method used to simulate the free-fall impact that products may experience during handling, in order to evaluate their resistance to accidental impacts. The drop height is typically determined based on the weight of the product and potential drop scenarios. During the test, the surface onto which the product falls is usually a smooth, rigid surface made of concrete or steel (as specified by the product specifications or customer testing requirements).
The purpose of drop testing is to assess the product’s ability to withstand impacts during transportation and handling. By simulating real-life drop scenarios, the performance of the product in accidental drop events can be evaluated, including whether it incurs damage, deformation, or other quality issues. The test results can be used for product design and improvement to enhance its impact resistance and reliability.
Parameters of drop testing include the drop height, the material and shape of the landing surface, and the position and orientation of the product, among others. The selection of these parameters should be reasonable based on the product’s characteristics and application scenarios, to ensure that the test results are meaningful in practical terms.
Through drop testing, manufacturers and researchers can gain a better understanding of the impact risks that products face during handling and use. They can then take appropriate measures to improve product design, enhance packaging protection, or adjust transportation methods to ensure the safety and reliability of the product in various circumstances.