Environmental Simulation

Electrical Components and Devices Put to the Test

Variations in temperature, moisture, dust, shocks or strong vibrations – are your electrical components or equipment suitable for outdoor use? We can submit your products to climatic tests, can check impact resistance, or can also test electrical safety. Our core competence: testing components in accordance with company policy for the supply industry in the automotive, rail, and aviation fields. Our neutral tests fully document how suitable your products are for extreme situations. And really help customers decide which product best to purchase.

Benefits at a Glance

With environmental assessments by independent experts from TÜV Rheinland, you can:

  • Minimize your risk of liability and protect your company from damages claims
  • Secure the best sales best arguments – perfect for more targeted marketing
  • Boost confidence in the quality of your products
  • Make it easy for your customers to make the important decision which product is right for them
  • Gain more confidence in how resilient your products are – with extensive testing, certified by a neutral testing institute

Our Services

  • HASS and HALT testing
  • climate and temperature tests
  • tests for heat and fire resistance (cold, dry and moist heat from -70 °C to +250 °C)
  • corrosion tests (salt spray, condensation)
  • flammability tests
  • oscillation tests
  • shock tests
  • transport tests (drop test, vibration, shock test)
  • vibration tests
  • IP code tests (IP10–IP69K)
  • IK code tests
  • noxious gas, single or mixed gas tests
  • complete qualification tests on plugs and plug connections

Our Testing Standards

We conduct environmental simulation tests at our own laboratories and test facilities in accordance with the following standards:

  • IEC/EN 60529
  • ISO 16750
  • IEC/EN 60068
  • MIL Standard
  • customer-specific requirements

Our test laboratory is accredited in accordance with DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025, so the test protocols and reports prepared by us are widely accepted.