Structural testing of Material Handling Engineered products

What We Do

Structural Testing of Material Handling Engineered products (SMHE) is in the business of providing material handling testing services primarily to engineers, manufacturers, and inspectors.  Our services primarily include product testing, quality control testing and destructive testing for recognition by approval agencies.

An after photo of a stub column test

Product Testing

As an accredited testing facility we can implement RMI and SMA design standards to ensure every component is compliant. In addition, we understand how important R-Mark certification is for the material handling industry, ensuring safety and standards for designs. That’s why we offer turnkey R-Mark package preparation, where we will test components and develop the load tables per the requirements of the RMI. 

Accreditation assures that we have the competency to achieve our primary objective of valid test results

Featured Tests

Scroll over the tiles below to see a few of our tests set ups

Beam to column cyclic testing

Compressive Slab Testing Adjacent to Control Joint

Cantilever Arm Test

Shear Panel Testing

Stub Column Test

Wire Deck Test

Scope of Qualified Mechanical Testing

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Specification for the Design, Testing and Utilization of Industrial Steel Storage Racks

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Specification for the Design, Testing and Utilization of Industrial Steel Cantilever Storage Racks

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Specification for the Design, Testing and Utilization of Welded Wire Rack Decking

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Multi-Level Shelving Systems Utilizing Industrial Grade Steel Shelving

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Design and Testing of Boltless Metal-Wood Shelving

Astm a370

Modified Impact Test - Pendulum and Drop Tower System

ASTM E488

Anchor - Slab Testing

AISI S907

Shear Panel Testing

What does it mean to be IAS accredited?

The primary purpose of the International Accreditation Service (IAS) is to provide objective evidence that an organization is operating at the highest level of ethical, legal and technical standard. According to the standards set for testing labs the criteria for accreditation falls into two categories: Technical Requirements and Management Requirements. Several details are gathered about each category and objectively assessed by IAS during the accreditation process.

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1163 East Edna Place
Covina, California 91724

Call us

909-869-0989
877-SEIZMIC

Contact us

SMHELab@Seizmicinc.com

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