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CME  Reliability Testing Solutions  
Shock / Bump Test Systems
KRD10 series full-automatic hydraulic shock test
system
is used to measure and determine the impact
resistance of products or packaging, and to evaluate
the reliability and structural integrity of products in a
shock environment. The system can perform
conventional half-sine wave, post-peak sawtooth wave,
square wave and other waveform shock tests to
achieve the shock wave and impact energy that the
product is subjected to in the actual environment,
thereby improving the product or packaging structure.
KRD11 series pneumatic vertical shock/bump test
system
is featured with advanced design, high degree of
automation and reliability, simple operation and convenient
maintenance. The system meets the requirements of both
shock and collision test, can perform conventional
half-sine wave, post-peak sawtooth wave, square wave
and other waveform shock tests.
KRD12 series shock test system is used to measure and
determine the horizontal impact resistance of a product or
package, and to evaluate the reliability and structural
integrity of the test unit in a horizontal impact environment.
The system can perform conventional half-sine wave,
post-peak sawtooth wave, or square wave shock test to
realize the shock energy that the product is subjected to in
the actual environment, thereby improving the product or
packaging structure.
KRD13 series high acceleration shock test system is
specially designed to meet the requirements of military and
automotive testing. The system adopts the principle of
pneumatic energy storage expansion. By adjusting the
inflation pressure, various high-level acceleration tests can
be easily implemented in a short stroke. For the high-G
classic shock test, it’s equipped with the corresponding
shock amplifier to complete high-peak shock test.
HDR16 High impact shock test system meets MIL-S-901D
standard which covers shock testing requirements for ship
board machinery, equipment, systems, and structures,
excluding submarine pressure hull penetrations. The
purpose of these requirements is to verify the ability of
shipboard installations to withstand shock loadings which
may be incurred during wartime service due to the effects of
nuclear or conventional weapons.
KRD20 series pneumatic bump test machine
replaces the traditional mechanical cam-type crash
bench and is suitable for repeated impacts on electronic
components, equipment and other electrical and
electronic products during transportation or working.