LTTS’ integrated testing offerings play an indispensable role in the product lifecycle of multiple global OEMs . Our offerings include Material Characterization, Product Testing and Certification Support. With a focus on superior quality, our endeavor is to provide solutions for customers that drive competitive advantage, sustainability and brand trust.
What We Do
- Mechanical Testing
- Chemical Analysis
- Noise and Vibration
- Structural Dynamics Testing
- Environmental Test
- Emission Test
- Reliability Testing
- Wind Tunnel Testing
- CE certification support
- Homologation Support
- Passive Safety
- Safety certifications
WHAT STANDS US APART
- Talent: Industry experts with proven testing skills
- Infrastructure: State-of-the-art testing labs for testing & product pre-compliance
- Partnerships: Value-driven partnerships with multiple testing tool vendors
- Conformance Testing: Our testing labs & processes are customized to facilitate conformance to all leading industry standards in automotive, aerospace, and oil & gas
Our engineers conducted the environmental & reliability testing of a ruggedized tablet to conform with MIL STD 810G and IP standards
We conducted an extensive benchmarking activity of excavator seats from different manufacturers. Our work included 3D scanning, identifying test requirements, test execution, teardown, and data analysis.
We conducted a series of pre-compliance activities including mechanical shock, HALT testing, Sine Vibration, Thermal Shock, Salt Water Immersion, Ingress protection and component thermal shock.
LTTS conducted EMI/EMC & Acoustic Test on a Basic and Enhanced PD pump. We have in-house testing labs and a massive partnership ecosystem to carry out a series of pre-compliance & qualification testing activities.
As part of design validation of a compressor device, vibration measurement was carried out to verify the vibration levels in various locations inside the compressor and to check the field failure of a chiller compressor at the low frequency condition.
We identified the dominant source of the noise in the phase 1 testing. This was followed by Vibration measurement and Transmission loss testing during Phase 2