Select Page

MIL-STD-810

< Back to:
Home > MIL-STD-810

MIL-STD-810G – Part 23 – (Icing/Freezing Rain) Method 521.2

MIL-STD-810G covers Ice and Freezing Rain in Method 521.2.  521.2 is relatively short at 7 pages and covers the effects of ice and freezing rain on the operational capability of material.  Also included is evaluating the effectiveness of de-icing equipment and techniques.  Icing and freezing rain occurs when the air… Read More

MIL-STD-810G – Part 21 (Gunfire Shock) Method 519.6

MIL-STD-810G covers Gunfire Shock in Method 519.6. Method 519.6 is comprised of 17 pages with the following annexes:   A – Guidelines for Procedure I (11 pages) B – Guidelines for Procedure II (21 pages) C – Guidelines for Procedure III (12 pages) D – Sine-on-Random Spectrum Prediction (10 pages) E… Read More

MIL-STD-810G – Part 20 (Acidic Atmosphere) Method 518.1

MIL-STD-810G covers exposure to an Acidic Atmosphere in Method 518.1. Acidic atmospheres are of increasing concern, especially for materiel in the vicinity of industrial areas or near the exhausts of fuel burning devices. Method 518.1 is comprised of 7 pages.   This Method is used to determine the resistance of materials… Read More

MIL-STD-810G – Part 19 (Pyroshock) Method 517.1

MIL-STD-810G covers Pyroshock in Method 517.1. Pyroshock is a high intensity, short duration shock event caused by the detonation of a pyrotechnic device on adjacent structures. Pyroshock is a physical phenomenon characterized by the overall material and mechanical response at a structure point from either (a) an explosive device, or… Read More

Request a Quote for Rugged Computer Products!

Get a Quote
Intel Technology Providers ISO 9001:2008 Registered Assembed in the USA AFA Corporate Member NDIA Member Navy League Member AFCEA Member SDMAC Member AZTC Member
CP Technologies