Overpressure testing is used to determine if a product can withstand a high pressure environment or withstand rapid pressure changes. The opposite of altitude testing in which pressure is removed during the test process, overpressure testing applies additional pressure to the equipment under test.
These tests are useful, in particular in the field of aeronautics for articles which are installed in partially pressurized environments.
Partial list of applicable standards
- GMW 16288
- Chrysler PF-12032
- SAE J1455
- CSA C22.2 60601-1-11 and -12
- Other standards are available
We are able to produce up to 15,000 feet of elevation.
Air-to-air thermal shock
Steady State Temperature Testing, Low Temp and High Temp
Temperature and Humidity Conditioning Testing
Temperature and Humidity Cycling
Salt Fog Corrosion Testing
Highly Accelerated Life Testing – HALT
Fluid Susceptibility Testing
Agree-chamber–combined vibration, temperature and humidity testing