Environmental Testing

The components, materials, and entire systems deployed in all industries are not only subject to electromagnetic influences, but also environmental ones. These include for example extreme temperatures, physical shock and vibration, humidity, sunlight, chemicals and further. Factors such as these can significantly impact a product’s lifespan and its ability to function correctly.

As an independent and ISO 17025 accredited testing laboratory, we test your products for quality and reliability.

In our laboratories, we test your product for extreme environmental conditions and support you in bringing your product to market in accordance with national, international and manufacturer-specific standards and specifications. We have a variety of test setups and procedures that can be individually combined for you. 

Short distances ensure that your DUT can complete all EMC and environmental testing within the shortest possible time. We are happy to support you already in the development phase and help to minimize problems in the manufacturing process and in the product life cycle already in advance.

EMCC offers the following Environmental Testings:

We offer our clients numerous testings according to:

  • ED-14
  • GWM 3172 (GM)
  • GS95003-x (BMW)
  • JDQ 53.3 (John Deere)
  • M3256-4 (MAN), M3499-1 (MAN)
  • MBN 10309-2 (MB)
  • PR 303.5 (BMW)
  • PV 1200 (VW), 80000/LV124 (VW), 80101 (VW), 80152 (VW)
  • 32-10-006 (Renault)

EMCC testing infrastructure

  • Wet Laboratory
  • Fluid Laboratory
  • Climatic Chambers
  • Temperature Shock Chamber
  • Salt Fog Chamber
  • Walk-in Chamber for Humidity/Temperature
  • Decompression & Explosive Decompression Chamber
  • Shaker combined with Humidity and Temperature
  • Centrifuge
36lN shaker that offers 3 inch displacement

Frequently asked questions about Environmental testing

What does environmental testing mean?

Environmental testing can be used to test the interaction between a technical device and its environment. Technical devices are exposed to climatic and mechanical environmental influences throughout their entire service life. All these environmental influences can have a negative effect on the technical device and thus shorten its service life and impair its performance and functional behavior.

What is an Environmental Testing Laboratory?

An environmental testing laboratory combines advanced technology and the knowledge of skilled researchers to provide analytical data from a variety of scientific fields.

Why is environmental testing important?

In general, environmental testing shows that your product will function properly under all environmental conditions. Environmental testing allows manufacturers to identify and avoid errors during the development phase. This can lower manufacturing costs, reduce product liability risk and extend warranty periods. Environmental testing also helps prove that your products comply with international regulations, making it easier to enter the global market.

More questions? We will gladly help you!