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H00-082 - Programmed Horizontal Impact Test

Packaging resistance: Standard H00-082 and horizontal shocks

Standard H00-082 outlines an essential testing method in the field of transport packaging, aimed at evaluating the resistance of complete and full shipping packages to programmed horizontal shocks. These shocks, varied in shape, duration, and amplitude, are in determining the packaging's robustness in realistic distribution scenarios where a specific risk of horizontal shock is present.

Programmed horizontal shock test: Simulating real transport conditions

This test is specially designed to replicate real transport conditions, thus testing the packaging's resistance to specific horizontal shocks. situations include impacts similar to collisions and sudden braking of transport vehicles, providing a realistic assessment of packaging resistance.

Test flexibility: Single test or test series for comprehensive evaluation

The test can be conducted as a single test, focusing on the effects of a specific shock, or it can be part of a series of tests intended to evaluate the packaging's resistance within a broader distribution system.

Test procedure and documentation

The testing process involves exposing the packaging to a programmed horizontal shock. The parameters of this impact, such as its shape, duration, and amplitude, are carefully controlled and documented, ensuring the reproducibility and reliability of the test. After the impact, potential damage to the packaging is assessed to determine its ability to withstand this type of shock.

FAQ on standard H00-082 for packaging horizontal impact resistance

Standard H00-082 aims to assess the resistance of complete and full shipping packaging to programmed horizontal impacts, simulating real transport conditions.

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