SERVING THE HIGH PRESSURE INDUSTRY SINCE 2008
Maximator Test LLC provides innovative and cost-effective services for your high-pressure testing requirements with experienced technicians who perform testing quickly and reliably. Our services provide the opportunity to determine the performance parameters and quality features of your products while still in the prototype stage and under real-life conditions.
HIGH PRESSURE TESTING SERVICES
Maximator Test LLC provides a full range of high-pressure testing services, including Proof Testing, Leak Testing, Burst Testing, Pressure Fatigue / Impulse Testing, and Autofrettage. Our mission is to provide unrivaled service to our customers. Our goal is to under promise and over deliver.
PROOF TESTING – UP TO 145,000 PSI
Proof Testing is a non-destructive test used to verify if a component or system can withstand a pressure above the design or operating pressure without permanent deformation or leakage.
LEAK TESTING – UP TO 145,000 PSI
Leak Testing is a form of proof testing. The unit under test is pressurized and visually inspected for leaks. Often this is done by immersing the part in water or other clear liquid then pressurizing with air, Nitrogen or Helium. Leaks can also be verified through leak detection fluid or changes in pressure. This is a simple and versatile test.
BURST TESTING – UP TO 145,000 PSI
Burst Testing is a destructive test which establishes the pressure that causes a component or system to permanently deform. Burst Testing also establishes how the failure occurs, be it excessive leakage or catastrophic failure.
PRESSURE FATIGUE / IMPULSE TESTING – UP TO 65,000 PSI @15Hz
Pressure Fatigue Testing (also known as Impulse Testing or Cyclic Load Testing) is a form of destructive testing where a test component is subjected to a pressure load defined by two primary pressure points. With customer defined parameters, we can replicate what the test component will experience in a real-world setting. The purpose of Pressure Fatigue Testing is to determine when and where the test component will fail over a period of time at operating pressure or determine if the component will survive beyond infinite life of the system where it is installed.
AUTOFRETTAGE – UP TO 145,000 PSI
Autofrettage is a technique used on tubular metal components in which enormous amounts of internal pressure causes portions of the part to yield plastically, resulting in internal compressive residual stresses once the pressure is released. The goal of autofrettage is to increase the durability and fatigue life of the final product.