Environmental testing is a critical component to ballistics and ballistics resistance testing and certification. HP White has environmental conditioning facilities to maintain consistency and accuracy of testing projects from conditioning through ballistic performance.
HP White’s environmental facilities simulate extreme temperatures (minus 75 degrees C to plus 150 degrees C), humidity (10% to 98%), salt fog, altitude, vibration, and more.
HP White provides manufacturers with one-stop environmental conditioning and ballistics resistance testing required by multiple standards and regulations, including National Institute of Justice (NIJ), MIL STDs, UL 752, STANAG, military hard and soft body armor standards, and a host of other domestic and foreign protocols that require environmental conditioning. Manufacturers and suppliers can validate product designs for research and development, certification, and acceptance testing.
HP White is accredited by the National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) to the NIJ 0101.06, Sec.5 Flexible Armor Conditioning Protocol as part of the lab’s ISO/IEC 17025:2005 Scope of Accreditation (NVLAP Lab Code: 200825-0).
- 7 Environmental conditioning chambers
Standards and Test Methods:
- NIJ 0101.06