Aerospace Testing Engineers

The aerospace industry is highly demanding. In this industry, schedules are very tight and planning is extremely important. Aerospace testing also requires conformity with several regulations. For example, this testing requires customers, and suppliers to witness testing. In some cases, the Federal Aviation Administration is also required to witness these tests.

Additionally, there is a lot of paperwork involved with the proper testing and inspection of aircraft and aerospace components (particularly with vibration conformance). In short, everything requires proper documentation and regulatory conformity.

The industrial testing laboratories at JTL America are well-equipped to meet technical and regulatory demands that are required within the aerospace industry. Our testing facilities are globally accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2017, the global standard of quality governing the operation of testing laboratories. Furthermore, we possess a wide range of mechanical and vibration testing equipment along with expert aerospace engineers to meet necessary requirements.

Aerospace Testing Services

The aerospace engineers at JTL America are dedicated to meeting scheduling and regulatory demands within this industry. Regulations require multiple forms of testing to be conducted at various stages of production. Our facilities offer a wide variety of aerospace testing methods to meet industry requirements. These methods include but are not limited to the following:

Vibration Specifications and Equipment

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The engineers at JTL America use E.D (electro dynamic) Shakers and Thermal Chambers to replicate necessary environmental conditions an aircraft will experience. The testing methods used by our engineers follow specific standards set by the Department of Defense and Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics.


This standard was originally set by the US Department of Defense for military applications, hence “MIL;” however, this standard is also used in testing commercial equipment as well. In regards to aerospace applications, MIL-STD-810 is used to test an aircraft’s equipment and components against conditions that it will experience. The aerospace engineers JTL America possess the necessary chamber test methods that replicate the effects of environmental conditions on ariel equipment.


DO-160 is the standard for Environmental Conditions and Test Procedures for Airborne Equipment that was established by the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics. This is an important standard in testing the electronic hardware in airborne systems.

Get a Quote on Your Project

The aerospace industry requires extensive testing for government approval. In some cases, the FAA or other government agencies will need to be present during these tests. JTL America can meet the scheduling requirements and specifications set forth by this industry.

If you have a project that requires advanced industrial grade testing on aerospace components, contact the engineers at JTL America today.

It’s important to note, vibration/shock requirements need to be reviewed prior to quoting.