Mold test

Mold test considerations
Precautions before mold test:
The first item: Because the mold mainly investigates the material of the sample. Therefore, most of the customers have taken the samples that have been cut. Sometimes it is difficult to distinguish each sample from the outside. This requires us to check the model name and number of each sample with the customer, and make a record to distinguish.
The second item: When the customer handing over the sample, first make a simple observation of the appearance of the sample. Look carefully at the appearance of the sample for scratches and paint, and keep a record.
The third item: The general customer has done different anti-mildew treatment before the sample is tested for mold. We need to know the method and time of anti-mildew treatment. In particular, some products have some pungent taste when they are taken over. These pungent volatile substances are likely to kill mold during the test, which causes the whole test to fail.
The fourth item: To understand the cleaning method before the sample test, if the customer requires alcohol treatment, then it is necessary to know with the customer whether the alcohol will affect the mildew treatment. If there is any impact, it is recommended that customers do not use alcohol. If it is not affected, it is necessary to explain to the customer that the mold test can be carried out after 72 hours of alcohol treatment.
Testing service:
Environmental reliability test:
Thermal shock test
HAST high accelerated aging test
Temperature and humidity cycle test
Temperature and humidity storage test
Salt spray test
UV ultraviolet aging
Solar spectrum simulation test
Xenon lamp aging test
Waterproof / rain test
Dust test
Mold test
High/low temperature test
Mechanical properties test:
Structural fatigue test
Temperature, humidity and vibration three comprehensive test
Mechanical shock test
Vibration test
Drop test
Packaging compression test
Packaging pressure test
90/180 degree peel test
Torque test
Falling ball impact test
Metal material testing:
Metal microstructure
Surface observation
Grain size
Carbide unevenness
Inclusion analysis
Coating thickness detection
Metal chemical composition testing
Fracture observation analysis
Material Vickers hardness
Surface Vickers hardness
Bending test
Tensile strength, yield strength / elongation
Elastic and elastic coefficient
Depth of infiltration
Core Vickers hardness
Rockwell hardness
Thrust / tension / shear / insertion force, torque
Plastic material testing:
Surface resistivity
Volume resistivity
Plastic mechanical properties testing
Tensile Strength
Elongation, bending strength
Plastic physical property testing
Material specific gravity
Flexural modulus
Shore hardness
Product performance test:
Air tightness test
Pressure test
Water tightness test
Linear wear test
Adhesion test
Pencil hardness test
Product surface performance test
Static pressure test
life span test
Chemical resistance test
Trigger force / insertion force test
Failure analysis:
Energy spectrum analysis
Slice making
Morphological observation
Component analysis
Tin whisker
Red ink test
Ultrasound scanning (C-SAM)
Surface observation
Scanning electron microscopy test (SEM+EDS)
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing and certification:
Radiation interference (RE)
Passed to the tolerance test (CS)
Radiation interference (RE)
Voltage flicker test
Conducted interference (CE)
Electrostatic discharge test (ESD)
Ringing wave tolerance test
Voltage dip tolerance test
Current harmonic test
Lightning surge tolerance test
Electromagnetic Radiation Tolerance Test (RS)
Power frequency magnetic field tolerance test
Electrical Fast Pulse Tolerance Test (EFT)
Service flow