Mechanical Testing


Mechanical testing is an umbrella term that covers a wide range of tests, which can be divided broadly into two types: Those that aim to determine a material's Mechanical Properties, independent of geometry. Those that determine the response of a Structure to a given action, e.g. Testing of Composite Beams, Airfract structures to destruction, etc. Measuring the Mechanical or Physical properties of parts and Raw materials can help you determine their durability and give you an insight of how they will perform under application. There exists a large number of tests, many of which are standardized, to determine the various Mechanical properties of materials. In general, such tests set out to obtain geometry-independent properties; i.e. those intrinsic to the bulk material. In practice this is not always feasible, since even in tensile tests, certain properties can be influenced by specimen size and/or geometry. Here is a listing of some of the most common tests are Tensile Testing, used to obtain the stress-strain curve for a material, and from there, properties such as Young modulus, yield (or proof) stress, Tensile stress, % Elongation to failure and % of Reduction. Bend Test (Root Bend, Face Bend, Side Bend) Impact Testing (Izod test) & (Charpy test) In Hardness Testing Vickers Hardness Test (HV), Brinell Hardness Test (HB) Knoop Hardness Test (HK), for measurement over small areas Rockwell Hardness Test (HR) Shore Durometer Hardness, used for Polymers and Rubbers. We are offer all type of Mechanical testing in wide range to evaluate Metals, Composites and Finished products from routine testing to Failure Analysis. Improper machining, wrong material selection and exposure can all affect your materials and potentially cause costly failures and recalls. Testing can also be done in various condition as per the customer specifications, such as Temperature, Tension, Compression, Impact and Load to determine the Material specification and material property of application environment.