Fluid Susceptibility Testing

Fluid Susceptibility Testing examines the impacts of a variety of fluids on the tested product. These tests help manufacturers in determining whether materials used in equipment can withstand the harmful effects of fluid contaminants.

It is recommended to be carried out only if the equipment is to be put in places where fluid contamination is likely to occur.


More Information about Fluid Susceptibility Testing

Fluids typically utilized in aerial and ground activities, such as oils, fuels, insecticides, de-icing agents, cleaners, disinfectants, extinguishing agents, coolants, and beverages, will be tested for contamination to ensure that the unit will function properly in the given situation.

After testing, physical, chemical, and electrical characteristics are examined. The fluid susceptibility testing process is influenced by several factors, including the fluid utilized and the standard. Its chemical or fluid solution can be submerged, sprayed, and brushed.

Interior materials, such as plastics and textiles, must be resistant to common spills and cleaning solutions to retain their integrity and aesthetic appeal. Aviation components must adhere to a variety of worldwide, national, and industry-specific aerospace and defense standards. Commercial avionics standard RTCA DO-160 (Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment), UK Ministry of Defence standard DEF STAN 00-35, and US military standard MIL STD 810 are all examples of this.

Chemical resistance test: Resistance of devices and material samples under the influence of chemicals and various fluids

Our fluid susceptibility testing service complements a long list of existing services, such as environmental simulation, EMC testing, and lightning testing. Manufacturers will be able to go to a single test facility to simplify their testing programs and shorten the time it takes for new goods to reach the market.

Our fluid susceptibility testing is designed to ensure that your goods are ready for any eventuality, ensuring that they continue to function. Furthermore, the test object does not only have to function but the labels attached to the test object must not be damaged or become illegible.

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