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Accredited test laboratory

to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025.

Your specialist for metals,

plastics, elastomers.

Accredited test laboratory

to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025.

Your specialist for metals,

plastics, elastomers.

Mechanical testing.

How much can a component be loaded without permanently deforming or breaking? We clarify these and many other questions with the help of mechanical tests.
Our test laboratory carries out mechanical test procedures on products, components and workpieces in order to determine the mechanical parameters and sizes of the material used. Among other things, strength, deformation and fracture behavior, hardness and wear resistance are examined. Many areas of technology require the results of mechanical tests for the purpose of designing and quality assurance of components.

With a wide range of mechanical material tests, we help you to quickly and reliably answer questions about quality, safety and economic efficiency and also to solve complex tasks. This includes both the implementation of standard tests and the development of non-standardized test methods for solving special problems in direct customer contact.

Our services at a glance:

Tensile test / tensile strength:

  • Tensile test according to DIN EN ISO 6892
  • Tensile test according to DIN EN ISO 527
  • Tensile test / Fmax determination on the component
  • Tensile test on elastomers / rubber according to DIN 53504
  • Tensile test according to EN ISO 898
  • Tear strength according to DIN ISO 34-1
  • Preparation of tensile specimens according to DIN 50125
  • Preparation of tensile specimens in accordance with DIN EN ISO 527
  • Determination of tensile impact strength according to DIN EN ISO 8256

Hardness testing of metals / plastics:

  • Brinell hardness (HB) according to DIN EN ISO 6506
  • Vickers hardness (HV) according to DIN EN ISO 6507
  • Rockwell hardness (HRC) according to DIN EN ISO 6508
  • Knoop hardness according to DIN EN ISO 4545-1
  • Vickers micro hardness (HV) based on DIN EN ISO 6507
  • Case hardening depth (CHD) according to DIN 6773 and DN ISO 15787
  • Nitriding hardness depth (NHT) according to DIN 6773 and DN ISO 15787
  • Surface hardness depth (RHT) according to DIN 6773 and DN ISO 15787
  • Hardness progression test according to DIN 6773 and DN ISO 15787
  • Hardness test in a weld seam according to DIN EN ISO 9015
  • Shore A hardness according to DIN 53505 and DIN ISO 7619
  • Shore D hardness according to DIN 53505 and DIN ISO 7619
  • Ball indentation hardness according to DIN 53456
  • Micro-IRHD according to DIN ISO 48

Compression test / bending test:

  • Pressure test on the component
  • Pressure test according to DIN EN ISO 604
  • Flexural properties according to DIN 50106
  • Flexural strength according to DIN EN ISO 178
  • Bending test (Dynstat) according to DIN 53435

Impact strength / shear test / peel test:

  • Impact strength (Dynstat) according to DIN 53435
  • Charpy impact strength according to ISO 179
  • Tensile impact strength according to DIN 53448
  • Izod impact strength according to EN ISO 180
  • Adhesives – Determination of tensile shear strength of overlap bonds; DIN EN 1465
  • Interlaminar shear strength according to DIN EN 2563
  • Pull-off test in accordance with DIN 1939 and EN 14410

Function test:

  • Endurance test / function test
  • Drop bolt test / impact test
  • Function test / test bench construction

Further mechanical tests:

  • Compression set on elastomers / rubber according to ASTM D 395 B and ISO 815
  • Tensile set according to ISO 2285