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MIL-STD-810G Training, TONEX  experts have been involved in training, consulting and product testing and compliance for many years.  We have worked and trained many to support dozens of environmental tests and fully understand the latest versions MIL-STD-810 and similar US DOD Military Standards. For course description, click here

The U.S. Military Standard (MIL-STD) 810 gives testing guidance. It was introduced in 1962 and the current version is Revision G issued in 2008. It details 28 different testing methods that cover everything from temperature to fungal infestation to gunfire. Of course, not all of them apply to every specific item — what applies to a gas mask or Kevlar vest doesn’t necessarily apply to a tablet.


Learn about test methods and other procedures:

  • Method 501.5 – High Temperature
  • Procedure I (storage)
  • Procedure II (operation)
  • Constant exposure tests
  • Cyclic exposure tests
  • Procedure III (tactical-standby to operational)
  • Method 502.5 – Low Temperature
  • Procedure I (storage)
  • Procedure II (operation)
  • Procedure III (manipulation)
  • Method 506.5 – Rain
  • Procedure I (rain and blowing rain)
  • Procedure II (exaggerated)
  • Procedure III (drip)
  • Method 507.5 – Humidity
  • Procedure I (induced (storage and transit)
  • Procedure II (aggravated)
  • Method 510.5 – Sand and Dust
  • Procedure I (blowing dust)
  • Procedure II (blowing sand)
  • Method 512.5 – Immersion
  • Procedure I (immersion)
  • Method 514.6 – Vibration
  • Method 516.6 – Shock
  • Life Cycle Environmental Profile (LCEP)
  • Detailed Environmental Test Plan (DETP)
  • Design and manufacture required Test Fixtures
  • Test Program Development and Management
  • Product Compliance Management
  • Program Development
  • Subject Mater Expertise (SME) and support


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