Contract Laboratory has received the following Transportation and Shipping 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 and Shipping Laboratories to perform their Transportation and Shipping Testing, Analysis, Assays, Product Development, Scientific Research Experiments, Inspections, Certifications, and Engineering Projects. If you are a Transportation and Shipping laboratory that would like more information on these Transportation and Shipping projects, please visit our registration page or call toll us free 1-855-377-6821.
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.
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)
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.
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
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
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
Shipping company needs laboratory for hose bend testing of 6 hoses that need doing bending test according to EN1765 standard. Electrically discontinuous Hydrostatic tested, Vacuum tested. Oil Suction and Discharge Hose hose id:12 ID x 30' OAL working pressure Meets BS1435 EN1765,type S15 standard 150# RF Weld Neck Flange on end 1 and 150# lap Joint Floating Flange on end 2 assembly weight:1130 LBS
Packaging Laboratory needed for vibration testing an automotive pallet load to ensure returnable packaging will hold up
pack ships for automotive manufacturing industry.
size of pallet load 48x45x53h
total weight 1050lbs
4 layers per pallet load
will the bottom layer hold up
Laboratory needed for validation testing projects on Locomotive Radiators and CACs.
1. Thermal Cycling:
Full size radiator testing, which is approximately 1000 Kg. Low and high temperature water will be required at 98 degree C and at 4 degree C. Air at high pressure shall be applied above the water. Cycles are 250000.
2. Pressure Cycling:
Full size radiator testing, which is approximately 1000 Kg. low and high temperature liquid will be used. High pressure air will be required at 60 psi with cycles of 250000.
3. Shaker Table:
Full size radiator testing. Water will be required to circulate at 40 psig pressure.
4. Highly Accelerated Life Test:
This is the process of testing product by subjecting stress, strain, temperature, pressure etc.. in excess of its normal service parameters to uncover the faults and potential modes of failure in short period of time.
5. Flow Balance Test:
This test is related to CFD Analysis.
Packaging laboratory needed for ASTM transportation testing for the new medical device packaging box according to ASTM D4169-09 as per below: Please help to quote the test as below, Distribution Cycle 13, Assurance Level III. Test sequence as below: 1. Temperature and Humidity Conditioning 2. Schedule A: Handling 3. Schedule C: Vehicle Stacking 4. Schedule F: Loose-load vibration 5. Schedule I: Low Pressure 6. Schedule E: Vehicle Vibration 7. Schedule J: Concentrated Impact 8. Schedule A: Handling
Shipping vessel owner needs Spain laboratory for bunkered fuel analysis
?Asphaltenes, Ash, Carbon Residue
?Sulfur Content, Hydrogen Sulfide
?Pour Point, Stability
?Total Sediment Potential (TSP)
?Viscosity, Water Content
?ISO 8217 Bunker Fuel Testing
?H2S Testing for Bunker Fuels
?Bunker Fuel Chemical Contamination Screening
?Chlorinated Compound Contamination of Bunker Fuel
Laboratory needed for DOT Jerrican (2.2-gallon portable fuel container) Testing per Department of Transportation (DOT) ?Subpart M: Testing of Non-Bulk Packaging and Packages CFR / I / C / 178 ? Specification of Packages, Sections 178.603, 178.604, 178.605, 178.606, 178.608 and 178.609
USA Toxicology Product Safety Laboratory needed for OECD Testing to Test method B.48 / OECD 438 for GHS/CLP Classification of a mixture. I need a quote for the cost of having this test performed on a mixture that we formulate. One of our suppliers does not have enough information on their SDS in order for us to classify our mixture correctly. We need to know if our mixture will be classified as either 1) causing ?serious eye damage? (CLP category1), or 2) not requiring classification for eye irritation or serious eye damage according to the CLP