Contract Laboratory has received the following Transportation Laboratory Test Requests which need to be fulfilled! These Laboratory Test Requests are received from a variety of sources ranging from start-up companies to large, multinational Fortune 500 corporations, international organizations, well-respected universities and government agencies that are actively seeking Independent, Third-Party Transportation Laboratories to perform their Transportation Testing, Analysis, Assays, Product Development, Scientific Research Experiments, Inspections, Certifications, and Engineering Projects. If you are a Transportation laboratory that would like more information on these Transportation projects, please visit our registration page or call toll us free 1-855-377-6821.
Test Request 17-01882
Polymers Laboratory needed for conducting an environmental simulation study on polycarbonate headlight lens of an led headlight for freezing rain and snow. to see if the snow and rain build up and or stick to the lens while the light is illuminated on the vehicle. at what temperature does the light stop melting the precipitation. then we want to introduce a chemical to the lens and see if it prevents or improves the lights ability to shed moisture and prevent icing. we want to test 5 different headlights
Test Request 17-01868
Electrical Laboratory needed that is accredited to test in accordance to IEC 62287-1 Maritime navigation and radiocommunication equipment and systems - Class B shipborne equiment of the automatic identification system (AIS) - Part 1: Carrier-sense time division multiple access (CSTDMA) techniques
11.2.4 Adjacent channel rejection
11.2.5 Receiver spurious response rejection
Test Request 17-01736
Product Design Company needs Automotive Laboratory for conducting an environmental simulation study on a custom vehicle cover prototype. Study involvespartially submerging the car (with the cover) in water up to 4 feet in depth. The process would include placing the cover in the flooding area, placing the car in the cover, then flooding the area.
Test Request 17-01551
ISO/IEC 17025 Automotive laboratory needed for resin testing to Mercedes Standard DBL 7384:2015: Supply Specification Coating of plastic parts in vehicle interiors including:
As specified in Spec per following items:
7.13 Flame retardant properties
7.14 Odor test
7.15 Fogging test
7.15.1 Quantity of condensable substance
7.16 Thermal desorption analysis
7.16.1 VOC value
7.16.2 FOG value
7.17 Hot light aging
Test Request 17-01544
Automotive laboratory needed for ASTM testing of cooling system additives to ASTM D3147-06(2013) Standard Test Method for Testing Stop-Leak Additives for Engine Coolants & ASTM D6107-97(2017) Standard Specification for Stop-Leak Additive for Engine Coolants Used in Light Duty Service
Test Request 17-01523
Test Request 17-01425
Test Request 17-01338
Large corporation needs physical laboratory for failure analysis of injection molded waterproof housing submitted to a leak test, t. It has been observed that air bubbles are coming out at some locations that coincide with a knit line, there is a theory that the knit line is actually a mico crack that allow air to come out. I'd like to perform an x-ray of the area and then perform a cross section to determine how this knit line propagates if this in fact a microcrack.
Test Request 17-01181
Independent laboratory needed for testing automotive seals to Nissan Engineering Standard: [O] Jeans rubbing durability test 76921NDS10 . This includes the following procedure:
10000 cycles of rubbing by cotton canvas No.6 (220 mm x 60 mm) JIS L 3102.
One cycle consist of 4 process:
Process 1: compression of hollow portion (3 kg load),
Process 2:slide (100 mm/sec),
Process 3: rise,
Process 4: return.
Test Request 17-01176
Construction materials laboratory needed to conduct ASTM and AASHTO testing of asphalt binder to ASTM D2006 Method of Test for Characteristic Groups in Rubber Extender and Processing Oils by the Precipitation Method and AASHTO T 315-12, Standard Method of Test for Determining the Rheological Properties of Asphalt Binder Using a Dynamic Shear Rheometer (DSR)
Test Request 17-01103
Automotive laboratory needed for testing of a new automotive part to Toyota Motor Corporation Standards. Testing to include: coefficient of surface friction (TSL 3618 G) 2. Chipping Resistance - gravel test (TSL 3618 G according to TSH 1553 G) 3. Chipping Resistance - nut dropping test (TSL 3618 G according to TSH 1558 G) Words in parentheses are test standard of Toyota Motor Corporation.
Test Request 17-00940
URGENT Large corporation needs automotive laboratory for UN testing of coating tint used on windscreen/windshield to ISO 3537 Headform testing for automotive windscreen/windshield or UNECE R43, Uniform provisions concerning the approval of safety glazing materials and their installation on vehicles
Test Request 17-00846
Chemical toxicology laboratory needed for two in vivo OECD toxicity studies of consumer air deodorizer and disinfectant supplied in Tyvek pouch. Studies must be performed to OECD 403 Acute Inhalation Toxicity of Chemicals
in rodent models and OECD 402 Acute Dermal Toxicity of Chemicals in rodent models. Studies are being performed to support changes to the DOT 6.1 classification under transportation restrictions.
Test Request 17-00743
Automotive parts manufacturers needs laboratory for accelerated againg of test oil sa including GC-MS headspace and GC-MS direct injection (after dilution by dichloromethane) 2 test oil sa) 0 days and after 7 days heat agingb) 0 days and after 7 days heat aging and 21 days heat aging
Test Request 17-00698
Construction laboratory needed for materials and toxicity testing of naval thermal insulation testing to various standards including: NCD 1427 : SPECIFICATION FOR MINERAL WOOL MARINE BOARD FOR THERMAL AND ACOUSTIC INSULATION ON BOARD INDIAN NAVAL SHIPS
NCD 1433 : SPECIFICATIONS FOR ELASTOMERIC NITRILE THERMAL INSULATION FOR USE ONBOARD INDIAN NAVAL SHIPS
Test Request 17-00273
Electrical laboratory needed for SAE compliance testing of optical warning devices used on authorized emergency, maintenance, and service vehicles to SAE J845 Class 1 . Recommended practice providing design guidelines, test procedures, and performance requirements for 360 degree optical warning devices and selective coverage defined as any light that provides greater coverage then 40 degrees left-to-right but less than 360 degrees. Intended for authorized emergency, maintenance and service vehicles. Lighting tested from 5 degrees upward to 5 degrees downward.