Shock Test System Manufacturer from China

  • 23+ years of experience in shock system design, production, and maintenance

  • Cycle time–up to 120 shock impacts per minute

  • User-Friendly Operation and Stable Test Waveform

  • Operation is simple, and the test waveform is ideal and stable.

  • Customization for challenging testing conditions are available

  • Hydraulic, pneumatic, and electric shock systems are offered for vertical, horizontal, and inclined impact test scenarios.

Shock Test System Manufacturer

Linkotest Shock Test System

Experience the versatility and reliability of Linkotest’s shock testing system. Designed to meet various national and international standards such as IS, MIL, EN, ISO, IEC, DEF, and ASTM, our equipment provides comprehensive shock testing capabilities.

Our shock testing equipment is capable of generating sinusoidal half-sine waves, trapezoidal waves, and sawtooth wave pulses, making it suitable for testing a wide range of products, from micro devices to large-scale products.

We specialize in testing the shock resistance of compact and lightweight products, including personal computer parts and mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets, and notebook PCs. Our tests evaluate not only the impact resilience but also the continuous impact resistance of the specimen.

Choose Linkotest for precise and reliable shock testing results that meet industry standards. Experience our advanced shock test system today.

Featured Shock Test Machines

Mechanical Shock Test Machine

Mechanical Shock Test Machine

Mechanical shock tests accurately measure the fragility of products and evaluate how they respond to particular shock inputs. Shock test data is key information to ensure any product is capable of withstanding its intended “ real environment’’ use.

Incline Impact Tester

Incline Impact Tester

Incline Impact testers are used to simulate the ability of product packaging to resist impact damage in real environments, such as handling, stacking of shelves, sliding of motors, loading and unloading of locomotives, transportation of products, etc…

Bump Test Machine

Bump Test Machine

All Bump Machines are PC-controlled pneumatic shock testers that perform accurate, repeatable laboratory and production shock testing of samples weighing up to 1000 kg, depending on the model…

High Quality Shock Test System Solution

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

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Shock Test System Features

With our 3 series shock test system, Linkotest provides a full set of shock test solutions for our clients in different industries.

  • Versatile Testing Capabilities: Offer a wide range of testing capabilities, allowing for the implementation of various shock test profiles
  • Compliance with International Standards: Designed to meet national and international standards such as IS, MIL, EN, ISO, IEC, DEF, and ASTM

  • Wide Range of product applications: Our shock test systems can accommodate a diverse range of products, making them suitable for testing a variety of industries
  • High Acceleration Capability: Equipped with high-performance components that can generate high acceleration shock

Linkotest Shock Test System 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 Shock Test System


Choose the types of shock test system 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.

Shock Test System Supplier FAQ

We offer a wide range of shock test systems, including mechanical shock testers, pyrotechnic shock testers, and hydraulic shock testers. Each system is designed to meet different testing requirements and can simulate various shock profiles.

Yes, we understand that different industries may have unique testing requirements. We offer customization options for our shock test systems, allowing us to tailor the system’s capabilities, energy levels, and payload capacities to meet specific testing needs.

Yes, our shock test systems are designed to comply with industry standards such as MIL-STD-810, ISTA, and ASTM. We ensure that our systems meet the required specifications and criteria to provide accurate and reliable test results.

The maximum shock level varies depending on the specific model and configuration of the shock test system. We offer systems that can generate shock levels ranging from a few Gs to several hundred Gs, allowing for a wide range of testing applications.


Yes, we provide comprehensive training programs for operators, technicians, and engineers to ensure proper usage and maintenance of our shock test systems. Additionally, our technical support team is available to assist with any inquiries or technical issues that may arise.

Yes, our shock test systems are designed with modularity and compatibility in mind. They can be easily integrated with other testing equipment or control systems, allowing for a seamless testing workflow and data synchronization.
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Shock Test System FAQ Guide

Do you know how a product makes an impact? The impact of the product during use and transportation is mainly due to the following reasons. Impact energy is generated by emergency braking and impact of vehicles, air and crash of aircraft (emergency landings), artillery firing, chemical and nuclear explosions, ignition separation, and re-entry of missiles and high-powered weapons. Continue reading the shock test system guide.

If you want to better understand the impact test system, then our guide is for you. It covers everything you need to know about shock test systems. Includes definitions, test conditions, and equipment required for testing. You’ll learn everything you need to know in this guide – let’s get started:

A shock test system is a device used to subject objects to sudden and intense shock impulses to evaluate their resistance to shock and assess their durability and reliability. It simulates real-world shock events to test the performance and structural integrity of products.

1) Main components of a shock test system?

A shock test system typically consists of a shock table, shock generator, accelerometer sensor, control software, and data acquisition system. The shock table provides a stable platform for the test specimen, the shock generator delivers controlled shock impulses, the accelerometer sensor measures the shock response, the control software sets and controls the test parameters, and the data acquisition system records and analyzes the test data.

2) Application of shock test systems

Shock test systems are used in various industries including aerospace, automotive engineering, electronics, military, packaging, and consumer goods. They are employed to evaluate the robustness of products during transportation, handling, and operation to ensure their reliability and safety.

3) What types of shocks can a shock test system simulate?

A shock test system can simulate different types of shocks such as half sine wave shocks, sawtooth shocks, square wave shocks, and pyrotechnic shocks. These shocks can have specific durations, amplitudes, and rise times to replicate real-world shock events that products may experience during their lifecycle.

The advantages of a shock test system include:

  1. Providing controlled and repeatable shock impulses to accurately assess product durability and reliability.
  2. Simulating a wide range of shock events to mimic real-world conditions and identify potential weak points in product design or packaging.
  3. Assisting in the development of robust products that can withstand harsh shock environments and meet regulatory requirements.
  4. Enhancing product quality and safety by identifying and rectifying potential failure modes.
  5. Improving the overall efficiency of product development by reducing the risk of failure and the need for costly field testing.

To choose the right shock test system, consider the following factors:

  1. Desired shock specifications: Determine the required shock amplitude, duration, and waveform based on the intended application.
  2. Sample size and weight: Consider the size and weight of the test specimens to ensure they can be accommodated by the shock table and generator.
  3. Budget constraints: Select a shock test system that meets your performance requirements within the allocated budget.
  4. Regulatory compliance: Check if the system meets relevant industry standards and certifications.
  5. Supplier reputation and after-sales support: Choose a reputable supplier that offers reliable equipment and comprehensive customer support.

According to the survey, shock is the application of a high level of input impulse to a product over a relatively short period of time. The impact is a very complex physical process. But did you know that, like random vibrations, it has a continuous spectrum? At the same time, it is also a transient process that does not satisfy the steady-state random condition.

Usually, after the product is impacted, the motion state of its mechanical system will suddenly change, resulting in a transient impact response. Under the mechanical impact, the oscillation frequency of the product will become higher. But the duration is short, the initial rise time is obvious, and there are high-order positive and negative peaks. What we can tell you is that there is a decreasing exponential function around the peak response to mechanical shock.

We know that for products with complex multimodal characteristics, the impulse response consists of the following two frequency response components. The first is the forced frequency response component of the external stimulus environment applied to the product. The second is the natural frequency response component of the product during or after the stimulus is applied.

1)The physical angle of the test

On the other hand, from a physical point of view. The impact response of your product after it is impacted (i.e. the transient excitation) represents the actual impact strength of the product. If the instantaneous response range of your product exceeds its structural strength, your product will be damaged. This is not what we want to see.

But what you need to know is that the damage caused by product impact is not cumulative. But the peak damage is caused by the ultimate stress relative to the strength of the product structure.

You know, if the peak is breached. It will cause structural deformation, installation loosening, crack or even fracture, electrical connection loosening, poor connection, and fracture, making the product unstable. This peak damage can also change the relative position of each unit in the product, resulting in reduced or poor performance of the product, or worse, damage to the component or part, rendering it inoperable.

Linkotest designs and manufactures shock test systems including Mechanical Shock Test Machine, Bump Test Machine, Incline Impact Tester, and other products to meet your different impact testing needs. The following is the information we have some examples for your reference.

2)List of description

(1) Product failure caused by friction force increase or decrease or mutual interference between parts.

(2) The insulation strength of the product changes. This will cause the insulation resistance to decrease, and the strength of the magnetic and static electric fields will change accordingly.

(3) Product circuit board failure, damage, and electrical connector failure (sometimes the product is subject to shock, and excess parts on the circuit board may migrate and cause a short circuit).

(4) When the structural or non-structural parts of the product are subjected to excessive force, the product will produce permanent mechanical deformation.

(5) When the ultimate strength is exceeded, the mechanical parts of the product will be damaged.

(6) Accelerated fatigue of materials

As you can see from the above description, shocks can adversely affect the structural and functional integrity of the entire product. The extent of this adverse effect usually varies in degree and duration. For example, if the shock duration is inversely proportional to the natural frequency of the product, or if the primary frequency component of the input shock environment waveform is consistent with its natural frequency. It is likely to further increase the adverse impact on the structural and functional integrity of the product.


Therefore, in order to ensure that the product has good impact strength and works reliably and stably in the impact environment or after the impact. This is of great significance to our impact test. This method can be used to assess the structural and functional properties of a product under mechanical shock during its service life. However, this mechanism is generally limited to a frequency range of no more than 10,000 Hz and a duration of no more than 1.0 seconds. What we can tell you is that in most cases, the primary response frequency of the product does not exceed 2000Hz, and the response duration is less than 0.1 seconds.

Shock Test System Guide

Here are the test conditions for the shock test system, you can have a look.

1) Peak acceleration

We found that the magnitude of the peak acceleration can be directly correlated depending on the impact force applied to the product. Since most of the structure of the product is a linear system. But even a nonlinear system can be regarded as a linear system when the strain is small.

In this way. We can conclude that the response acceleration is proportional to the excitation acceleration of the product after the impact. In addition. It can be seen that in general, the greater the peak acceleration, the greater the damage to the product.

2) Pulse duration

The duration of the shock pulse is the interval during which the acceleration is maintained at the specified peak acceleration ratio. We understand that the impact of impulse duration on the product is very complex. In fact, its influence on the impact effect is related to the natural cycle of the system under test.

3) Number of impacts

We recommend that you do not need to repeat the test on the product. Because the impact mainly considers the impact on the ultimate strength of the product, rather than cumulative damage. However, to avoid accidents, you also need a certain number of hits.

In general, three consecutive shocks are required in each direction. In addition, you should be aware that the maximum response due to shocks may occur in the other direction. Yes, in the same direction as the excitation pulse or in the opposite direction. So, according to the general rules. Impact tests shall be carried out in each direction of the three axes perpendicular to each other. Therefore, we will conduct 3 × 6 = 18 impact tests in six directions.

Shock Test System Guide

As we all know, there are many devices that produce electric shock, and the electric shock test system is the most important one. Because it can not only generate the impact response spectrum and impact time history of heavy sites but also generate the nominal impact pulse waveform.

However, you need to understand that there are other devices besides electric shakers that can produce a nominal shock pulse waveform. Examples include free fall, compressed air, gas-liquid pressure, and changing momentum.

No matter what test equipment is used to make an impact, our requirements for them are the same. Please note that the requirements here are the same as the verification (calibration) requirements on the test bench. That is, without reference to the impact test equipment during unloading.