Reliable Product Testing and Accelerated Life Testing Services Since 1982
For more than 30 years, Delserro Engineering Solutions (DES) has been an industry-wide leader in the field of product reliability testing (PRT). PRT is the process of testing a product to such a degree that its latent weaknesses and potential failure modes are uncovered. Failures found during PRT allow engineers to make design changes to a product before it enters the marketplace, thereby avoiding cost-prohibitive recalls or field issues.
The product reliability testing methods used by DES include HALT, MEOST, rapid thermal cycling, vibration testing, shock and stress testing, reliability and durability testing, and a range of environmental test services.
Regardless of whether we’re testing consumer electronic devices or military equipment, our goal remains the same: to help companies produce robust and reliable products.
DES's HALT/HASS Verification Testing Methods
HALT and HASS testing methods performed by DES are completed by a highly experienced technical staff working with test equipment from leading industry suppliers in our state-of-the-art lab. DES is located outside of Philadelphia in Southeastern Pennsylvania, which has been consistently ranked as one of the country’s leading metropolitan regions for the biotechnology, diagnostic, and medical device industries.
You are fully supported when you choose to work with DES. We offer HALT (highly accelerated life testing) and HASS (highly accelerated stress screening) using the most advanced methods, and can design a HALT or HASS test specifically for your product.
Very specialized equipment is required to successfully complete HALT/HASS testing, which apply a wide range of environmental stresses in a controlled and cumulative fashion. And because the DES HALT/HASS process is highly accelerated, we are capable of uncovering latent product failures rapidly in our lab.
DES has considerable experience managing multimillion dollar test projects for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), the aerospace industry, and other industries for which vibration, shock, and stress failures can result in catastrophic consequences.