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KC India Testing Laboratories is one of the best and renowned Vibration Testing laboratories. Vibration testing is performed to examine the response of a device under test (DUT) to a defined vibration environment. The measured response may be ability to function in the vibration environment, fatigue life, resonant frequencies or squeak and rattle sound output (NVH).
Our Vibration Testing Labs is exclusively carried out closed-loop. By using accelerometers on the shaker and optionally on the Device under Test, we have high confidence knowing exactly what energy we impart on your unit. Our controller then compensates in real-time for any changes in the entire system ensuring we achieve the specified, nominal test values. We have highly customizable Vibration table is compatible with many different configurations. A shaker head and slip plate. Our systems can accommodate 60 or more data channels and still give you the data right at the end of the test with a formal report following in less than two weeks.
Vibration testing, the vibration environment to which products will be exposed to in real use is reproduced. Products are tested in this environment to judge their durability or check for improvements. Vibration Testing is performed to examine the response of a device under test (DUT) to a defined Vibration Environment. The measured response may be ability to function in the vibration environment, fatigue life, resonant frequencies or squeak and rattle sound output. Squeak and rattle testing is performed with a special type of quiet shaker that produces very low sound levels while under operation. In general, vibration testing is used to demonstrate a product's ability to resist dynamic loads without losing critical functional or structural integrity under specified loads. It can be used to identify accumulated stress effects, and the resulting mechanical weaknesses and performance flaws. Choosing the right Vibration Testing Lab helps ensure that products can safely withstand the vibration levels they experience throughout their service life, ensuring product quality and safety.
Free vibrationoccurs when a mechanical system is set in motion with an initial input and allowed to vibrate freely.
>Forced vibration> is when a time-varying disturbance (load, displacement, velocity, or acceleration) is applied to a mechanical system.
Damped vibration When the energy of a vibrating system is gradually dissipated by friction and other resistances, the vibrations are said to be damped.
The mounting of a vibration sensor (accelerometer) directly impacts on its performance. Incorrect mounting may give readings that relate not only to a change in conditions but also to the instability of the sensor itself – therefore making the sensor’s readings unreliable. As such, correct mounting of a vibration sensor is vital to ensure true readings. To detect any faults in machine components, vibrations sensors should be mounted in locations that ensure horizontal, vertical and axial movement are measured effectively:
• For horizontal measurement, vibration sensors should be mounted on the motor bearings and pump bearings. This measures velocity mm/sec (Peak or RMS) to detect unbalance, and problems with structural rigidity and/or foundation.
• For vertical measurement, sensors should be located on the motor and pump drive end bearings. This measures velocity mm/sec (Peak or RMS) to detect looseness and problems with structural rigidity and/or foundation.
• For axial measurement, sensors should be attached to the motor and pump drive end bearings. This measures velocity mm/sec (Peak or RMS) to detect misalignment between the motor and the fan.
Accelerometers should be mounted onto a surface that is free from oil and grease as close as possible to the source of vibration. The surface should be smooth, unpainted, flat and larger than the base of the accelerometer itself. For best results, sensors should be mounted via a drilled and tapped hole directly to the machine housing.
The Vibration Test Labs is generally intended to simulate the expected real-world vibration in typical or worst-case applications. Usually, the test severity is substantially higher than typical real world vibration levels. This is done in order to do a test in hours, days or weeks that simulates years of product life. This includes tests such as Highly Accelerated Life Tests (HALT) that are much more severe than even the worst-case vibration expected in the real-world. And there are more modest tests such as Environmental Stress Screening (ESS) which is done to weed out weak units that would fail early in real-world operation, and then ship to customers only those units that demonstrate their hardiness by surviving a test that is sufficiently mild that it does not seriously reduce the product’s expected remaining life.
Although the test amplitude is typically higher than the expected real world amplitude, the shape of the Vibration Test signal is intended to closely follow the actual signal shape expected. For example, to simulate the vibration expected for equipment mounted on a wall inside a helicopter, one might test with simultaneous sinusoidal vibration at the frequencies associated with the rotation of the helicopter rotor blades, superimposed on a random vibration covering a wide frequency range associated with how the helicopter structure vibrates due to other vibration sources.
Vibration and shock testing and vibration analyses are important tools for achieving high product quality. Our experience can help you choose the tests which will optimize your product’s design and reliability. Vibration Testing Lab equipment is highly adaptable and can be customized to meet your special vibration test and vibration analysis requirements.
Our vibration test equipment includes:
• Slip Tables
• Head Expanders
• Load bearing platform
• Custom fixturing
Common Vibration Tests:
• Sinusoidal Vibration
• Random Vibration
• Sine on Random Vibration
• Combined Temperature and Vibration Testing
• Accelerated Life Testing (HALT)
• ESS Vibration Testing
• SRS (Shock Response Spectrum) Analysis
• And more!
Common Shock Tests:
• Repetitive Shock Test
• Half Sine Shock Pulse
• Saw Tooth Shock Pulse
Vibration and Shock Standards:
• ANSI C136.31
• ASTM D4169
• EN/IEC 61373
• EN/IEC 68-2
• ISO 16750-3
• ISTA 3A, 3B, 3F, 3H, and more
• MIL-STD 810G
• And more!
Truck Ride Simulator
• Maximum Weight: 2,000 lbs
• Maximum Size: 1.8 meters W by 1.8 meters L
• Displacement: 1 inch (peak to peak)
• Frequency Range: 2 Hz to 5 Hz
Meeting Challenging Vibration Testing Requirements
Vibration Testing Labs Services at KC India Test Lab help companies meet the latest defense, aerospace, transportation and commercial requirements, including:
• Resonance Search & Dwell
• Narrow Band Random on Random
• Sine-on Random
• Combined Temperature and Vibration
• Helicopter Rotor Frequency Simulation
• Gunfire Simulation
• Shock Response Spectrum (SRS)
• Blade-off vibration (engine fan blade loss and wind milling)
We use a three step process to identify the decisions that need to be made for a productive and cost-effective Vibration Test, to save money, improve reliability and reduce time to market.
Vibration testing labs copy the conditions that a product might go throw during its lifetime while under a test environment. We can use Vibration testing to ensure that products are robust and perform safely during operation or transit, avoiding unexpected performance or early life failure in field. In Vibration Testing Laboratories Most of the Element has extensive experience in vibration testing services and our vibration laboratories feature electro-dynamic and servo-hydraulic systems that can replicate low and high frequency conditions. Vibration testing can be completed while the product is in operation, including electrically and hydraulically, and can be performed in combination with temperature extremes.
If you are looking for a Top Vibration Testing Lab for your product in Delhi, India then KC India Test Lab is a name of trust for all your queries related to Vibration Testing services in India. To improve the quality of the product & to cope-up the demand, KC Test Lab initiated Vibration Testing services to provide reliable & efficient testing services to esteemed clients as per National & International protocol. We at KC India, provide complete automotive testing solution ranges from Electrical/Mechanical safety testing to Environmental Testing to ensure, safe and reliable products.