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Automotive Electronic testing
A large number of electronic systems are installed in vehicles. The individual electronic components are partly networked for proper communication with each other. These systems and all other installed electronic components must be tested to ensure … Read more
Electrical and functional safety
Both electrical safety and functional safety (FuSi) are centrally concerned with the protection of people and the environment. Both tests are aimed at checking electrical and electronic systems and devices and their safety. With the increasing numbe… Read more
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing experimentally evaluates the interaction of electrical and electronic equipment with its environment and with other devices or systems. By conducting EMC testing, the objective is to ensure the correct fun… Read more
To meet all regulatory requirements, products that contain radio components must undergo radio testing. It is crucial because wireless products use electromagnetic radio waves subject to strict regulations regarding health or equipment protection (e… Read more
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Directive
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing assesses the interaction of electrical and electronic equipment or products with their environment and with other equipment or systems.
EU Toys Directive
The European Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC lays down requirements for the safety of toys. These requirements must be met to sell toys in the EU.
Low Voltage Directive
Directive 2014/35/EU regulates the making available on the market of electrical equipment (e.g. machinery, cables, measuring instruments or wires) for use within certain voltage limits, i.e. the voltage limits that must be complied with for electric… Read more
The POPs Regulation (EU) 2019/1021 bans or restricts persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in both chemical products and other articles. POPs are carbon-containing chemical compounds that are highly resistant to photochemical, biological and chemical… Read more
Product Compliance Testing
Product compliance refers to the proof that a product meets all the requirements of directives, regulations and harmonised standards. Why is this important? Products can only be legally sold in their target market, such as the EU, the United States… Read more
Radio Equipment Directive - RED
The Radio Equipment Directive (RED) 2014/53/EU was introduced to ensure manufacturing standards for radio products concerning the impact on consumer health and safety and electromagnetic compatibility.
REACH defines chemicals’ registration, evaluation, and authorisation throughout Europe. It regulates and controls the composition and safety of chemicals and other substances in consumer products. REACH offers the possibility of reducing the number … Read more
Regulations on food contact materials (FCMs)
The EU Framework Regulation No. 1935/2004 lays down specific rules and regulations for products that come into contact with food sold and traded in the EU. These products include all materials and articles that come into contact with food during pro… Read more
The RoHS Directive 2011/65/EU has been in force since 2013 and restricts the use, application and placing on the market of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS stands for Restriction of Hazardous Substances).
Chemical analysis is about characterising, identifying and understanding the quality of substances and materials used in individual products or manufacturing and industrial processes. To ensure compliance with regional, national and international re… Read more
Thermal analysis testing
Thermal analysis is a generic term for examination methods that measure compounds and elements' chemical and physical properties (cf. DIN 51005). Weight loss, dimensional changes, heat flows or mechanical properties are calculated as a function of t… Read more
Acoustic tests or acoustic tests refer to the noise generation of, among other things, machines, other products or rooms. In this text, we examine the sound emission or noise pollution that can occur.
In corrosion testing, materials or types of corrosion protection are tested for interaction with the environment that leads to deterioration of the material or coatings and overlays (cf. DIN EN ISO 8044). A possible interaction can change the materi… Read more
Environmental and climate tests
Almost every product is exposed to a variety of environmental influences. Accordingly, the range of environmental and climate tests is a broad one. It can be said that climatic factors such as humidity, temperature, condensation and icing influence … Read more
Service life test
A service life test involves artificially ageing the test items. It serves to detect production-related weak points that would otherwise only have become apparent after a more extended period of operation. If you test products in a long-term process… Read more
Vibration and shock tests
Vibration or shaking tests and mechanical shock tests simulate possible subsequent loads acting on objects. They document the gradual deterioration of the test object properties or assess the design of the construction itself.
Procedures that detect microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, moulds or yeasts are called microbiological tests. The methods can be applied, for example, to drinking water, food, pharmaceutical products or food supplements after an appropriate sa… Read more
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