Administrators of destructive tests want to break things
More specifically, they want to force a product to reveal its weaknesses by subjecting it to forces that cause it to fail.
Destructive test methods can reveal weakness in component selection, material choice, adhesives, and product design, for example.
Additional testing might be administered to electrical circuits in order to determine scenarios that cause product failure. Such testing also provides opportunities to validate vendors’ data sheets.
Specialized testing tools that bend, crush, cut or apply current may be used.
The custom hood shown above is not our first hood headed for destructive testing duty.
Welding inspector attacks with acid
Welds are often submitted for destructive testing with hydrochloric acid (HCI).
Our ductless containment hoods can be configured with one or more filters designed to trap specific substances and particles.
Their ductless technology offers the benefits of portability and easy relocation.
Destructive activities in your future?
Talk with our applications specialists about the protective attributes of ductless containment hoods for your testing activities.
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