ackage testing or packaging testing involves the measurement of a characteristic involved with packaging. This includes packaging materials, packaging components, primary packages, shipping containers, and unit loads, as well as the associated processes. Testing measures the effects and interactions of the levels of packaging, the package contents, external forces, and end-use.
Reliability testing is an engineering field, that deals with the ability of a system or component to perform its required functions under stated conditions for a specified period of time. The main objectives of Reliability Testing can be defined as follows: The capacity of a device or system to perform as designed;
Environmental Testing, Packaging Validation, Medical Device Testing. These test are performed to determine a products ability to survive bumps a product might experience during its life.
Environmental Testing, Packaging Validation, Medical Device Testing. Test-O-Pac provides testing to UN/DOT 38.3 requirements, to ensure the safety of lithium batteries during shipping.
Environmental Testing, Packaging Services and Design Consultation
Leading Industry Standards for over 3 Decades
Test-O-Pac Industries, Inc. is an environmental and package testing laboratory that offers the entire spectrum of value added testing services to a wide range of clients since 1977, including component manufacturers, the aerospace, packaging, medical device, and electronics industries.
Due to the ever changing nature of customer requirements, most of the testing done by Test-O-Pac is subject to change and is developed for the specific requirements of the customer. The Engineers pride themselves in their ability to respond to a customer’s many needs by virtue of technical skills and the advanced equipment and technology know-how they possess.
Managed essentially as an independent testing laboratory, our goal is to “Serve our customers by providing the climatic, dynamic and mechanical stimuli necessary to exercise their products, be it components, modules or entire systems.”