Mechanical Shock Tester Manufacturer From China

  • 22 years of manufacturing & customizing mechanical shock test machine

  • Offering tailored solutions to meet specific testing requirements, including different test profiles, payload capacities, acceleration levels, and additional features.

  • Utilizing sturdy materials and advanced construction techniques to ensure the longevity and durability of the shock test machines, capable of withstanding rigorous testing demands.

  • Incorporating comprehensive safety features such as interlocks, emergency stop buttons, and safety enclosures to ensure operator safety and protect the testing equipment.

  • Mechanical Shock Test Machine

Mechanical Shock Test Machine

Linkotest mechanical shock tester offers advanced capabilities to accurately assess product fragility and evaluate their response to specific shock inputs. This critical test data ensures that products can withstand real-world environments and meet performance requirements. Our shock test systems suit various industries, including consumer electronics, battery technologies, medical devices, military equipment, and aerospace components.

Our specialized shock test machine simplifies the programming system, enabling the performance of various shock pulse waveforms such as half-sine, trapezoidal, and sawtooth. This model represents the simplest yet efficient option in our Shock Test Machine series.

With a versatile table size range from 200mm to 2000mm, our STS series supports testing of a wide range of products including computer parts, digital cameras, smartphones, tablets, displays, household appliances, mobile devices, optical components, connectors, and batteries.

Mechanical Shock Tester Tech Data

Model ST20 ST30 ST40 ST60 ST80 ST120
Table size(cm) 20*20 30*30 40*40 50*60 70*80 120*120
Maximum load(Kg) 10 30 50 100 200 300
Peak Acceleration(G) Half-sine wave 1500 1500 600 500 500 500
Sawtooth wave 100 100 100 100 100 50
Trapezoidal wave 100 100 100 100 100 50
Duration(ms) Half-sine wave 0.5~30 1~30 1~30 1~30 2~30 2~30
Sawtooth wave 3-18 6-18 6-18 6-18 6-18 6-18
Trapezoidal wave 6-18 6-18 6-18 6-18
Dimension(cm) 55x65x210 120*103*245 126x96x252 135x120x262 155x130x262 155x130x262
Weight(Kg) 580 1300 2600 3200 4200 4800
Power supply & air pressure 3Φ AC380V 50/60Hz  &  0.5~0.8Mpa
Compliance with standard specifications GB/T2423-2008、GJB1217、GJB360.23、GJB150、GJB548、MIL-STD-202F、IEC-68-2-27、MIL-STD-883E、MIL-STD-810F、ISTA、UL etcs
  1. Windows-based stability control system, automatic remote control interface. You only need to enter a simple value, and our impact control measuring instrument can accurately complete the impact test.
  2. Full hydraulic drive shock, clean and environmentally friendly, simple structure, and high reliability.
  3. Complete measurement system: Various waveform tolerances are stored in our system. Convenient for you to adjust and apply, and automatically complete the test report generation.
  4. The controller has the functions of door protection, runaway protection, and zero signal protection to ensure the safety of the system.
  5. Dual-guide pillar: combined with pneumatic balance lifting system, no noise, fully automatic positioning table.
  6. Convenient installation: The device comes with a high-performance shock absorber and isolation device. You do not need a special foundation, easy to install, safe, and reliable.

We know that your products are in production, transportation, loading, and unloading, and the use of the process will inevitably impact, collision and other situations. These are transient stimuli that act on an object, causing it to accelerate rapidly.

Due to mechanical properties such as acceleration and strain rate, objects fail or even fail in terms of structural strength and performance stability. Therefore, in order to evaluate the structural strength and performance stability of objects under an impact environment. It is important for you to study the impact effects and reproduce the impact environment.

The applicable industries of mechanical shock testing machines are:

  • Consumer electronics
  • CARS
  • Household appliances
  • Display equipment
  • Consumer electronics
  • Shipbuilding
  • Military industry

Mechanical Shock Standard:

  • ASTM D4169
  • EN/IEC 61373
  • EN/IEC 68-2
  • ISO 16750-3
  • Ista
  • UN38.3
  • MIL-STD 810G
  • and more!

High Quality Mechanical Shock Tester Solution

Linkotest mechanical shock test machines are serving in industries like research, development, quality control, and manufacturing

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Mechanical Shock Test Machine Features

Linkotest provides a full set of mechanical shock test machines solutions for our clients in different industries.

  • Allows for the adjustment and generation of various shock waveforms, including half-sine, trapezoidal, and sawtooth.

  • Features a highly precise control system that ensures consistent and repeatable test results.

  • Accommodate a wide variety of product sizes and shapes with table size options ranging from 200mm to 2000mm.
  • Equipped with a user-friendly programming interface that simplifies the test setup process.

Linkotest Mechanical Shock Tester After-Sales Service


We offer a comprehensive warranty on all our products. This warranty ensures that any manufacturing defects or malfunctions will be promptly addressed and resolved free of charge within the specified warranty period.

Technical Support

Our dedicated technical team is available to assist customers with any product-related issues. Whether it’s troubleshooting, installations, or general inquiries, our team is ready to provide prompt and efficient solutions.

Repair and Replacement

In the event that a product requires repair, we offer convenient repair services through authorized service centers. Our skilled technicians will diagnose and fix any issues, ensuring that the product performs optimally.

Spare Parts Availability

We maintain an inventory of commonly required spare parts to facilitate quick repairs. This helps minimize downtime, ensuring that our customers can continue using our products without significant interruptions.

Customer Feedback and Complaint Handling

We value our customers’ feedback and take complaints seriously. Our customer service team is committed to resolving any customer concerns promptly, ensuring their satisfaction with our products and services.

Product Upgrades and Enhancements

We continuously strive to improve the quality and features of our products. When applicable, we offer product upgrades or enhancements to provide our customers with the latest technology and improved functionality.

Training and Manuals

We provide comprehensive product training to our customers, ensuring that they fully understand the features and operation of our products. Additionally, we offer detailed instruction manuals and documentation to assist customers in using our products effectively.

Extended Support Contracts

For customers who require additional support beyond the standard warranty period, we offer extended support contracts. These contracts provide continued access to technical support, repairs, and other services, offering peace of mind and additional value.

Steps To Custom Mechanical Shock Test Machine


Choose the types of mechanical shock test machines based on the necessary function, and then the right model based on the test specifications.


Prepare a comprehensive quotation based on the customer’s requirements, including the cost, delivery details, and any additional services or customization requested.

Contract Execution

Engage in negotiation with the customer to finalize the terms of the order, including pricing, payment terms, and delivery schedule. Once all details are agreed upon, obtain the customer’s confirmation to proceed with the order.

Producing Schedule

Ensure that the equipment is manufactured to the highest quality standards. Conduct rigorous quality control checks and inspections at every stage of the production process to guarantee the system’s reliability and accuracy.


Coordinate with the customer to arrange the shipment. Provide regular updates on the shipping status, including tracking information, to keep the customer informed about the progress of their order.


Offer installation services and provide on-site training to the customer’s staff upon delivery. Ensure that the customer understands how to operate and maintain the system properly.

Mechanical Shock Tester Supplier FAQ

Our mechanical shock test machine can achieve acceleration levels up to 3000g maximum acceleration 35000g or higher, depending on the specific model.

Yes, our shock test machines come in various table sizes and weight capacities to accommodate different product sizes and weights.

Yes, our mechanical shock test machine can simulate various shock waveforms, including half-sine, trapezoidal, and sawtooth. This allows for realistic simulation of different shock events that products may encounter.

Yes, our shock test machines are suitable for a wide range of industries, including consumer electronics, battery technologies, medical devices, military equipment, aerospace components, and more. The machine can be customized to meet specific industry standards and requirements.


Yes, our mechanical shock test machines come with a warranty period, typically ranging from [insert warranty period]. Additionally, we provide comprehensive after-sales support, including technical assistance, maintenance services, spare parts availability, and training options.

Yes, our shock test machines can be integrated with other testing equipment or systems, such as data acquisition systems or environmental chambers. This allows for a more comprehensive and interconnected testing setup, providing a complete evaluation of product performance under different conditions. Custom integration solutions can be discussed and provided based on specific requirements.

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Mechanical Shock Tester FAQ Guide

All your questions about mechanical shock test machines have been answered in today’s guide. Whether you want to learn about definitions, applications, or some examples, you’ll find everything here. Read on to learn more.

Mechanical impact testing is the application of high acceleration to a component, product, system, or structure over a very short period of time. This is a test to observe product response or degradation. Effect of simulated acceleration pulse on test sample in a mechanical impact test. According to the investigation, this may be caused by a shock, a fall, an explosion, or other high-amplitude, short-duration acceleration or deceleration.

Although there is overlap between the two definitions. However, there is also a difference between vibration testing and mechanical impact testing. Just because it takes longer to apply, from a few minutes to a few weeks. Mechanical shock tests typically last less than a second per shock, but often multiple shocks are performed over a longer period of time.

Mechanical impact testing is done to accurately measure the brittleness of your product and assess the level of protection of the package. We can provide the most advanced impact test equipment to meet your application needs. Whether you want to perform a thorough product damage boundary assessment, the industry-standard impact pulse. Or conditions specified by your own company.

You can do this by choosing a different waveform generator, which can act as a half-sine wave, a post-peak sawtooth wave, or a trapezoid wave.

Mechanical Shock Test Machine

Usually, the standard shock test system is equipped with a half-sine wave generator. In fact, the half-sine wave generator is mainly made of engineering rubber (considering the stiffness and cohesion of rubber) and felt pads of various thicknesses. Different thicknesses form multiple stiffnesses in series to achieve different shock pulse widths. The post-peak sawtooth generator is a lead cone. The trapezoidal wave generator gas source is high-pressure nitrogen, the pressure range is 1-10MPa, and the overload value can be adjusted between 10-100g.

Here Linkotest summary of some examples of mechanical impact testing machines

1) Typical mechanical shock test equipment

Usually, advanced mechanical impact testing involves the use of a mechanical impact tester. It accelerates the test sample until it receives the impact through the impact barrier. However, unlike driving into a wall, the test sample usually does not directly affect the obstacle.

Instead, the test sample is attached to a metal plate, which is usually much more massive than the test sample. We attach the test sample to one side of the platen, away from the impact surface. Place compressible material between impact surfaces. The mechanical properties of this material, such as thickness and stiffness, control the pulse shape during impact events.

Did you know that the impact amplitude is controlled by the velocity of the specimen at the time of impact? Sometimes, test samples and platen can simply be dropped from the desired height. Gravity will produce the desired impact velocity. Mechanical impact testing machines typically use compressed air to provide greater acceleration than gravity alone. In this way reduce the required height of the machine or obtain a higher speed than gravity alone. In fact, hydraulic systems are also commonly used to lift samples and electrical plates to their starting height.

#1. Computer-controlled mechanical shock testers

Computer-controlled mechanical shock testers can also directly measure the impact pulses received from the accelerometer mounted on the platform. The computer can then adjust the fall height and air pressure to more precisely match the impact you need for future shocks. In addition, as the affected material changes its properties in successive shocks, the computer is constantly modified.

In general, this type of mechanical impact tester runs downward in only one direction (accelerating upward due to impact deceleration). Mechanical impact testing may require you to repeatedly test the “upside down” sample. Because if an impact is applied 180 degrees in the opposite direction, the effect on your test sample may be different. In addition, special clamps are required to mount the test sample in all 6 directions (3 axes by 2 directions). A typical test specification might call for three shocks in each of the six directions, for a total of 18 shocks.

2) Mechanical shock test using an electrodynamic vibration test system

For lower shock amplitude and duration, we typically apply a mechanical shock input to the test sample using an electrically driven vibration test system (or “vibrator”). With this type of universal test equipment, virtually any desired impact pulse shape and frequency composition can be applied to the test sample. It also allows your test sample to maintain its normal vertical orientation (using the horizontal shock of the slide). However, the displacement of the exciter limits the maximum mechanical shock amplitude and duration that can be achieved.

Generally, physical shock does not occur when using an electric shaker. Because the vibrator is just capable of providing the necessary deceleration. However, the shaker must also accelerate the test sample to the desired speed before a rapid deceleration shock event can occur. Thus, the end velocity after the impact event is zero. This can also be done in reverse order. Since the test sample needs to accelerate and decelerate at the same time, a large amount of displacement is required. Especially if the pulse duration is long. Therefore, even if the shaker has enough force to perform the required mechanical shock, it may not be possible to do so because the maximum displacement of the shaker is not enough).

3) Example of mechanical impact test

Furthermore, in addition to dropping tests for packaged products, the most common mechanical impact test for typical electronics is the classic half-sine (more accurately, the Haval sine). It is well known that a roughly triangular (zigzag) pulse is the second most common pulse.

Sometimes, shock pulses with very high amplitudes are specified as SRS(shock response spectrum) in the frequency domain, rather than the classical time-domain pulse shape. Did you know that the most common mechanical shock test for electronics is a half-sine wave with a peak amplitude of 20 or 30 g and a duration of 11 milliseconds?

Common impact tests:

  • Repeated impact test
  • Half-sine wave
  • Sawtooth wave
  • Trapezoidal wave

In fact, mechanical shock testing looks at the effects of a sudden applied force or sudden change in motion. These changes can interfere with your operating characteristics or cause damage, especially if the shock vibration is repeated.

Mechanical shock testing can determine if your device is suitable for use with electronic equipment that has suffered moderate to heavy impact. These shocks come from rough handling, transportation, or field operations. Mechanical impact testing utilizes impact and drops tests and is generally considered destructive.