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Environmental

Environmental Tests

Why environmental tests?

  • Environmental influences that occur in the course of a product life cycle are simulated to prove whether the product is suitable for this. Faults are provoked by mechanical-dynamic and / or thermal stress in order to show the product life in a compressed manner.
  • Check whether the product is suitable for the environmental influences to be expected during transport, storage and use.
  • Pre-aging of products through mechanical-dynamic and / or thermal stress before they are sold.

Environmental Tests

Do you have environmental audit requirements? No problem, we will reproduce them and bring you a little closer to your goal.

Climatic Tests

Implementation of climatic product tests, such as cold, heat, temperature change and humidity tests. We use DIN ISO 9022-2 for optical devices, DIN EN 60068-2-xx for general electronic devices and MIL-STD-810G for military devices and other standards as test bases.

Mechanical-Dynamic Tests

Execution of mechanical-dynamic tests such as shock, continuous shock, vibration, noise and pyro-shock simulation on components, assemblies, unpacked and packaged devices. For example, we use DIN ISO 9022-3 for optical devices, DIN EN 60068-2-xx for general electronic devices and MIL-STD-810G for military devices and other standards as a test basis.

Transport Tests

As a sub-area of mechanical-dynamic tests, we test packages of normal sizes, for example according to DIN ISO 9022-3 for optical devices, DIN EN 60068-2-xx for general electronic devices, MIL-STD-810G for military devices, DIN EN 22248 Ready-to-ship packages and other standards.

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