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Military (MIL-Spec) Specifications Testing Microtek Laboratories maintains Laboratory Suitability Status with the U.S. Department of Defense DLA to provide the full-range of test and inspection requirements for Monthly Conformance, Reliability and Qualification Testing

MIL-PRF-55110 MIL-PRF-31032 MIL-P-50884 MIL-STD-202 MIL-STD-810 MIL-STD-883

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QUALITY  ▪ INTEGRITY  ▪ SERVICE Military Specification (MIL-Spec) Testing Microtek Laboratories has more than 25-years of Military Specification (MIL-Spec) testing for the PCB industry. Microtek is an internationally accredited company to A2LA ISO/IEC 17025 and also has commercial Laboratory Suitability Status to the Department of Defense – DLA. Microtek can provide the full range of MIL-Spec testing including; Qualification, Group A and Group inspection for rigid, flex, rigidflex and high reliability PCB’s in accordance with MIL-PRF-55110; MIL-PRF-31032; MIL-P-50884 as well as numerous MIL-STD-202 and MIL-STD-810 test methods.

Test Capabilities MIL-PRF-55110 Performance Specification – General Specification for Printed Wiring Board, Rigid Qualification Group A Inspection Group B Inspection

MIL-PRF-31032 Performance Specification – General Specification for PCB/Printed Wiring Qualification Lot Conformance Inspection Periodic Conformance Inspection

MIL-P-50884 General Specification for Printed-Wiring, Flexible and Rigid-Flex Qualification Group A Inspection Group B Inspection Group C Inspection

MIL-STD-202

MIL-STD-810

Method 101 – Salt Atmosphere (Corrosion) Method 103 – Humidity (Steady State) Method 106 – Moisture Resistance Method 107 – Thermal Shock Method 108 – Life (at Elevated Temperature) Method 111 – Flammability (External Flame) Method 208 – Solderability Method 211 – Terminal Strength Method 215 – Resistance to Solvents Method 301 – Dielectric Withstanding Voltage Method 302 – Insulation Resistance Method 307 – Contact Resistance

Method 501.2 – High Temperature Method 502.4 – Low Temperature Method 503.4 – Temperature Shock Method 507.4 – Humidity Method 509.4 – Salt Fog (Spray/Corrosion)


Engineering Contacts

Kevin Belisario Project Manager Kevin@TheTestLab.com

Eric Benjamins Project Manager Eric@TheTestLab.com

Damon Rachell Director of Technical Services Damon@TheTestLab.com

Russ Shepherd Vice President of Operations Russ@TheTestLab.com



MIL-Spec Testing eBrochure - 1-2014