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The “Complete Body Panel Test” offered at DNA Labs UAE is a comprehensive health screening designed to evaluate various aspects of an individual’s well-being through detailed analysis. This test encompasses a wide array of parameters, including but not limited to, blood counts, cholesterol levels, liver and kidney functions, and checks for diabetes, among others. Aimed at providing a holistic overview of one’s health status, it assists in identifying any underlying health issues or potential risks that might not be evident through symptoms. The test is priced at 1120 AED, reflecting the extensive range of analyses and the valuable insights it offers into one’s health. Conducted in the state-of-the-art facilities of DNA Labs UAE, the Complete Body Panel Test is a crucial step for those seeking to proactively manage and monitor their health, ensuring early detection and prevention of potential health problems.

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COMPLETE BODY PANEL Test – DNA Labs UAE

Test Name: COMPLETE BODY PANEL Test

Components:

  • SMA 26
  • Hemogram
  • Lipid Profile, Extended
  • Urine R/E

Price: 1120.0 AED

Sample Condition:

  • 2 mL (1 mL min.) plasma each from 2 Grey Top (Sodium Fluoride) tubes for Glucose F & PP
  • 3 mL (2 mL min.) serum from 1 SST
  • 3 mL (2 mL min.) whole blood from 1 Lavender Top (EDTA) tube
  • 10 mL (5 mL min.) aliquot of random urine

Sample Delivery: Ship refrigerated. DO NOT FREEZE. Sample to be delivered by 9 am daily.

Report Delivery: Report will be available within 3 days.

Method: See individual assays

Test Type: Health Check Up

Doctor: Physician

Test Department: DNA Labs UAE

Pre Test Information: 12 hours overnight fasting is mandatory.

Introduction to Body Panel Testing

Body panel testing is a critical part of the quality control process in the automotive industry. It involves subjecting the body panels of a vehicle to various tests to ensure their durability, strength, and performance.

Common Tests Conducted on Body Panels

  1. Impact Resistance Test: This test evaluates the ability of body panels to withstand impacts from various angles and forces. The panels are examined for any cracks, deformations, or other damages.
  2. Tensile Strength Test: This test measures the maximum load a body panel can withstand before breaking or deforming. The force and elongation are recorded, and the results are compared to industry standards.
  3. Flexibility Test: This test assesses the ability of body panels to flex and return to their original shape without cracking or deforming.
  4. Corrosion Resistance Test: This test evaluates the ability of body panels to resist corrosion caused by exposure to harsh environmental conditions.
  5. Paint Adhesion Test: This test determines the strength of the bond between the paint and the body panel.
  6. UV Resistance Test: This test assesses the ability of body panels to withstand prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation without fading or deteriorating.
  7. Noise Vibration Harshness (NVH) Test: This test measures the noise, vibration, and harshness levels produced by body panels during vehicle operation.

By conducting these and other body panel tests, automotive manufacturers can ensure that their vehicles meet the highest standards of quality, safety, and durability.

Test Name COMPLETE BODY PANEL Test
Components *SMA 26*Hemogram*Lipid Profile, Extended*Urine R/E
Price 1120.0 AED
Sample Condition 2 mL (1 mL min.) plasma eachfrom 2 Grey Top (Sodium Fluoride) tubes for Glucose F & PP AND 3 mL (2 mL min.) serum from 1 SST AND3 mL (2 mL min.) whole blood from 1 Lavender Top (EDTA) tube AND 10 mL (5 mL min.) aliquot of random urine.Ship refrigerated. DO NOT FREEZE. 12 hours overnight fasting is mandatory.
Report Delivery Sample Daily by 9 am; Report 3 days
Method See individual assays
Test type Health Check Up
Doctor Physician
Test Department:
Pre Test Information 12 hours overnight fasting is mandatory.
Test Details

Body panel testing is a critical part of the quality control process in the automotive industry. It involves subjecting the body panels of a vehicle to various tests to ensure their durability, strength, and performance. Here are some common tests conducted on body panels:

1. Impact Resistance Test: This test evaluates the ability of body panels to withstand impacts from various angles and forces. It involves striking the panels with a controlled force using a pendulum or other impact device. The panels are examined for any cracks, deformations, or other damages.

2. Tensile Strength Test: This test measures the maximum load a body panel can withstand before breaking or deforming. It involves applying a gradually increasing force to the panel until it reaches its breaking point. The force and elongation are recorded, and the results are compared to industry standards.

3. Flexibility Test: This test assesses the ability of body panels to flex and return to their original shape without cracking or deforming. The panels are subjected to bending or twisting forces and observed for any signs of damage or failure.

4. Corrosion Resistance Test: This test evaluates the ability of body panels to resist corrosion caused by exposure to harsh environmental conditions such as saltwater, chemicals, or extreme temperatures. The panels are exposed to these conditions for a specified period, and their surface condition is examined for any signs of corrosion or deterioration.

5. Paint Adhesion Test: This test determines the strength of the bond between the paint and the body panel. It involves applying a tape or adhesive to the painted surface and then peeling it off with controlled force. The amount of paint that comes off is measured, and the results are compared to industry standards.

6. UV Resistance Test: This test assesses the ability of body panels to withstand prolonged exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation without fading or deteriorating. The panels are exposed to simulated sunlight for an extended period, and their color, gloss, and surface condition are evaluated.

7. Noise Vibration Harshness (NVH) Test: This test measures the noise, vibration, and harshness levels produced by body panels during vehicle operation. It involves subjecting the panels to various vibration frequencies and intensities and recording the resulting noise and vibrations. The panels are evaluated for any excessive noise or vibrations that could affect the overall comfort and performance of the vehicle.

By conducting these and other body panel tests, automotive manufacturers can ensure that their vehicles meet the highest standards of quality, safety, and durability.