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How does a company make a claim that a product will last up to say 25 years...?
How does a company make a claim that a product will last up to say 25 years, without actually testing the product for that amount of time? What kind of methods would they use to justify their claim?7 months ago - 2 answers
Some items are tested over a 25 year span. Example: roof shingles.
Companies have methods to speed up wear and tear and therefore can calculate time frame.
Another example: vehicle tires.
Source(s):7 months ago
There are ways to simulate the lifespan. All scientific, techie stuff.
Does it always work out correctly = no. I think that's the problem with some of the hip replacement malpractice ads you see on tv. The mechanisms were thought to work one way over time, but in reality it became metal on metal...