MIL-STD 810 is a set of manufacturing and performance guidelines set by the Department of Defense, and often used in military and commercial applications. There are 29 different methods designed to test different aspects of product “ruggedness” or durability in different environments. Truesdail Laboratories utilizes our ISO/IEC 17025 accredited microbiology lab to perform test Method 508.6 for fungus, or more specifically test if a material will support the growth of a variety of fungi in severe climate conditions. Fungal growth on a wide range of product types can cause physical, mechanical, and electronic failures. The test is a fantastic way to establish a product’s environmental endurance, as well as generate consumer confidence. For more information about MIL-STD 810 or other types of microbiological testing please visit www.Truesdail.com or call (714) 730-6239.
Founded in 1931, Truesdail Laboratories engages in testing for multiple fields, including; certification of consumer products, drug testing, nutraceutical testing, and environmental testing. The company recently moved into a state-of-art testing laboratory and administrative facilities in Irvine, CA. The new 17,000 square foot facility was designed with current best lab practices to ensure quality data at the turn-around times that clients demand.
Truesdail Laboratories is committed to its motto of “Service Through Quality” providing the highest quality data within industry leading turnaround time. Continued successful completion of both 3rd party and internal data quality verification is critical in measuring lab performance. Truesdail’s accreditations include: ISO/IEC 17025, ISO/IEC 17065, RMTC, ILAC G-7, and CA ELAP.