Clark Testing has a long history of supporting equipment qualification and component validation for the defense industry. Test programs are conducted under extreme conditions with our unique capabilities on heavy equipment and large components. Typical common tests include: MIL-STD-810 for environmental engineering considerations, Def-Stan (the UK version of MIL-STD), MIL-STD-461 for electromagnetic compatibility, MIL-STD-901 for medium weight shock testing and RTCA/DO-160
for environmental conditions and test procedures for airborne equipment.
Below is an overview of the MIL-STD Testing we offer at Clark Testing. Click on the standard to learn more:
In addition to the standards listed above Clark Testing’s lubrication lab offers specialized testing to various specifications to assist clients in meeting requirements of lubrication and fuel certifications.
Specification include, ASTM D975-13 Standard Specification for Diesel Fuel Oils, ASTM D1655-12a Standard Specification for Aviation Turbine Fuels, the Morgan standard, including Dynamic Demulsibility Endurance testing, and MIL-G-46886B, MIL-G-25537C, MIL-PRF-2105E for military applications to name a few.
In addition we offer wear testing including FZG 12 & 14 stages, Hydraulic pump testing (mineral and water based lubricant testing), 4-Ball Wear and 4-Ball EP for greases and oils. We are experts in specialized grease analysis using methods such as Lincoln Vent Meter, LT-37 "U.S. Steel Method Mobility of Grease", Roll Stability, and LT-46 “Bethlehem Steel Combo Test Parts A & B".