Designed to simulate the horizontal shocks that affect safety and stability of the load, produced by various means of handling and transportation.

Shock test horizontal

HORIZONTAL IMPACT TESTER

Shock tests determine the resistance of a package against sudden, abrupt shocks and impacts during shipping and handling. The Horizontal Impact Tester allows to control the shocks to analyze the behavior of the load, generating economic savings for companies.

 

Why choose 

the Safe Load TT Horizontal Impact Tester?

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
> Max load up to 2.000 kg.
> Up to 4 m/s speed impact.
> Independent impact controller
> Shock isolation
> Automatic test report generator.
> Intuitive controller
innVision SET
Optionally can be included the innVISION SET system, a high-speed camera and software to measure the unit load deformation and creates a report.
OPTIONAL
> Temperature and humidity probe.

 

protective packaging
IMPACT TESTS SUPPORTED
IMPACT TESTS SUPPORTED

> ASTM D4169 Standard practices for performance testing of shipping containers and systems.
> ISTA Procedures 1A, B, C, E, G, H; 2A, B, C; 3B, E, K; 4 Series; 6-SAMSCLUB, 6-AMAZON.COM

Want to know more?

Download the technical sheet and don´t hesitate to contact us for further information!

Succes story

DUO PLAST trusted in Safe Load Testing Technologies for the construction of a Transport Simulation Center .

The German  company had a clear goal: providing a packaging testing service that no other competitor was offering at the time.

In order to accomplish this, it needed the assistance of a company what specialized in the manufacturing of transport simulation and packaging testing machines, and this led them to contact Safe Load Testing Technologies to carry out the project.

Increase Your Efficiency with the

innVision Pro

A leading and unique program in the market applied to transport simulation technologies that includes a high-speed artificial vision camera and software to record and analyze the results in real time, generating an automatic report with photos and videos, that show the deformation of the unit load at every moment.

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