Space and Satellite
The commercialization and increasing demand of rocket launch and satellite deliveries has created a competitive landscape for suppliers throughout this highly technical industry. In addition to satellite deliveries, there are new orbital challenges including missions to the International Space Station (ISS), Mars 2020 landing and returning human beings back to the Moon’s surface thereby reinvigorating the space industry
The increased frequency of satellite, microsatellites and CubeSat launches calls for a parallel demand of rocket systems to carry the payloads into orbit. Clark provides product validation and equipment qualification services for space companies launching spacecraft into Low Earth Orbit (LEO) or Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO). With a robust array of test services, we offer critical component testing for prelaunch and mission validation. Clark Testing has played a key role in supporting manufacturers of rockets, spacecraft, satellites and launch systems. We continue to collaborate on technical advances and commercial disruption. Clark Testing’s technical staff and laboratory infrastructure enables companies to simulate the mechanical stresses of rocket launch and space travel.
Our mechanical labs provide vibration, shock, structural load, fatigue load, thermal, environmental and corrosion, propulsion simulation, EMC and electronic systems testing. Testing services are also available for hydraulic fluid, lubricants, and grease.
Clark Testing is proud to provide testing services to manufacturers in the space and satellite launch industry. Whether the payload consists of critical satellites for national security or the introduction of Suborbital Space Tourism, Clark stands ready to continue our role in supporting the space industry.
Clark Dynamics has the environmental chambers to accelerate aging and validate functional performance for longer product life expectancy. Clark can accommodate large component aging for extended periods simulating containment internal conditions as high as 170C.
Common to automated systems and electronics in the amusement park industry is the requirement to ensure electromagnetic compatibility of components and mitigate vulnerability to outside sources. Emissions and Immunity analysis provides insight as to the potentially undesirable propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy and radiofrequency interference.
Unique to each test specimen are its functional and design-basis lifetime requirements. Clark’s facilities have the equipment and technical expertise to test a variety of components for mechanical fatigue and failure, life cycle, aging, accelerated aging, and simulation.
Clark Testing’s Vibration laboratory has multiple hydraulic and electrodynamic shakers making Clark Testing the ideal fit for all your testing needs. Our Vibration laboratorys' investment in new equipment has led to Clark Testing being an industry leader in Vibration Testing.
Clark Testing’s Propulsion Dynamics Laboratory (PDL) provides system simulation for transportation and transit vehicles prior to field-testing or deployment.The lab fully integrates propulsion, braking, resistance and control systems, reproducing the environmental conditions a vehicle will encounter in the field.
The Fuels and Lubricants lab specializes in wear testing of products based on test rigs such as Four-Ball wear, Hydraulic Pump Wear, and FZG Gear. Clark Testing Fuels & Lubricants Laboratory is fully equipped to perform tests ranging from routine analyses to quality control.