Here's the real deal:

There Is No Set Benchmark Standard For The Quality Of The Cases And Covers

Many manufacturers are more engaged in the production of device cases, promising “meets MIL-STD 810.”

It’s misleading since no commercial organization or agency certifies compliance, which has led to instances of hampered quality of protective cases.

Thus, the idea behind TechShell is: To give certified technology more than your standard mil-spec protection.

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Certification - Techshell

Rigorous Drop Tests

All TechShell patented designs are subjected to extensive drop tests in different testing facilities to provide the most reliable device protection.

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Basic Certification
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Extreme Certification
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Rugged Certification

Tailored To Specific Use Cases, Tested According To The Height Of The Drop And Times Dropped From That Height. Here’s What Separates TechShell From Mil-Spec Drop Test Standards.

Common Name
TechShell
Basic
TechShell
Rugged
TechShell
Extreme
Mil Spec
Actual Test Report
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Drop Height
2 Feet
4 Feet
6 Feet
No Standard
Times Dropped
26 Times
26 Times
26 Times
26 Times
Testing Sample Used
Up to 5
Up to 5
Up to 5
No Standard
Actual Test Report
TechShell
Basic
Yes
TechShell
Rugged
Yes
TechShell
Extreme
Yes
Mil Spec
No
Drop Height
TechShell
Basic
2 Feet
TechShell
Rugged
4 Feet
TechShell
Extreme
6 Feet
Mil Spec
No Standard
Times Dropped
TechShell
Basic
26 Times
TechShell
Rugged
26 Times
TechShell
Extreme
26 Times
Mil Spec
26 Times
Testing Sample Used
TechShell
Basic
Up to 5
TechShell
Rugged
Up to 5
TechShell
Extreme
Up to 5
Mil Spec
No Standard

Rigid Testing For Toughest
Environmental Condition

As devices become more ubiquitous today, users often carry and use their devices anywhere, making their protective case inevitable to wear and tear.

Since protective cases are prone to every harsh environment, TechShell secures Temperature Condition Cycling Test, Sharp, and Edge Point Testing, and CA Prop 65 Testing, distant from the MIL-STD.

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TechShell Secures Transparency Of Data And Results For Our Protective Cases’ Testing Methods. See For Yourself Why TechShell’s Independent Testing Stands Out Against Mil-Spec Standards.

Common Name
TechShell
Basic
TechShell
Rugged
TechShell
Extreme
Mil Spec
Sharp and Edge
Point Testing
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Temperature Condition
Cycling Testing
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Reports available
on request
Yes
Yes
Yes
Maybe
Testing Sample Used
Up to 5
Up to 5
Up to 5
No Standard
Sharp and Edge
Point Testing
TechShell
Basic
Yes
TechShell
Rugged
Yes
TechShell
Extreme
Yes
Mil Spec
No
Temperature Condition
Cycling Testing
TechShell
Basic
Yes
TechShell
Rugged
Yes
TechShell
Extreme
Yes
Mil Spec
No
Reports available
on request
TechShell
Basic
Yes
TechShell
Rugged
Yes
TechShell
Extreme
Yes
Mil Spec
Maybe
Testing Sample Used
TechShell
Basic
Up to 5
TechShell
Rugged
Up to 5
TechShell
Extreme
Up to 5
Mil Spec
No Standard
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Follows The CA Prop 65
Testing Compliance

Health hazards concerning materials used are one of the primary concerns for protective cases, resulting in appalling health concerns like cancer and problems involving an individual’s fertility.

With this, TechShell complies with the CA Prop 65 Testing Compliance, ensuring that all the materials used for protective cases desist from the list of chemicals known to cause cancer, congenital disabilities, or other reproductive harm, in contrast to Mil-Spec.

TechShell Sets Apart From The Usual Standard

As a result of consistent and rigorous independent testing methods, TechShell makes a consistent approach defining the parameters of protective case standards.

TechShell’s transparent data and results fit the application of protective cases products that make it beyond basic Mil-Spec standards.

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Certification - Techshell
Certification - Techshell