Motion Testing
Motion testing instruments gauge the durability of an item or device under test, subjecting it to shocks, impact, vibrations, compressions and more. A motion test will determine whether a product can withstand environmental stressors in the field, like earthquakes and falling debris, or even shake for practical reasons like the blending of chemicals. Go to our force tester and load cell category for an array of benchtop and freestanding compression testers ideal for testing medical devices, vehicle components, and a variety of materials. Shaker test systems will mix or agitate lab substances. A particle impact noise detection system will sniff out loose particles in electronic device cavities, vibrating and mechanically shocking the sample. Visit our shock, impact and vibration testers to assess machine health and resistance.
 
  • Force Testers

    Force testers are instruments used to measure force during a push or pull test. Frequently seen in research and development, laboratory, production...

  • Particle Impact Noise Detection (PIND)

    A PIND (or Particle Impact Noise Detection) tester is a non-destructive method of detecting loose particles within an electronics device cavity...

  • Shaker Test Systems

    From orbital to impact, Advanced Test Equipment Rentals provides a range of shaker systems to mix, blend, or agitate substances in your lab. A...

  • Shock Testers

    Shock testers and impact testers are devices used to conduct destructive test to measure a product’s ability to withstand damage. These types...