Storage Testing Videos
To understand more about how our experts conduct testing on storage products, across the domestic and commercial sectors, we have a range of short videos available.
You'll see that testing cycles increase from the domestic level and upwards, reflecting the type of use, or misuse, products may be subjected to.
Example of a ‘durability of flaps’ test under BS 6222-2:2009+A1:2017 Domestic kitchen equipment. Fitted kitchen units, peninsular units, island units and breakfast bars. Performance requirements and test methods
Level H is 40,000 cycles, taking on average 5-6 days.
Testing to BS 6222-2:2009+A1:2017 Domestic kitchen equipment. Fitted kitchen units, peninsular units, island units and breakfast bars. Performance requirements and test methods
The most common test level for this is H, which would be 100,000 cycles for a cutlery drawer, 50,000 for a general drawer or 25,000 for a pan drawer. This would typically take 9-10 days for 100,000 cycles.
Storage Furniture Testing
Our experts can test all types of storage furniture and components for safety, strength and durability
Kitchens must be fit for purpose, our tests replicate regular and even occasional misuse
Table and Desk Testing
We test tables (including glass) and desks for safety, stability, strength and durability