Faced with challenging international competition, your applications demand high safety, quality and performance standards. Right from the product development phase, we in the Weidmüller laboratory start to test the components, materials and systems you plan to use. They are customised, designed perfectly for your needs and reliably tested for worldwide applications and solutions.
The Weidmüller laboratory – central interface for product development
Quality is a tradition for us – the first Weidmüller laboratory was already established in 1953 in Königswinter. Today, around 70 technicians, engineers and scientists worldwide are working in an area of
3,500 m² in Detmold and Suzhou, China. “Every year, we deal with around 3,000 requests for quotations, draw up 1,000 lab reports and 1,500 measurement reports,” says Dr. Michael Reiniger, Head of Laboratory, about the many activities. Customers appreciate not only certified quality, but also advice from competent contacts. “Whether corrosion resistance for offshore plants or vibration and stress tests for heavy-duty connectors in trains – we develop customised tests to meet the requirements of our customers and partners.”
How are signals transmitted in very tight spaces?
By taking another look at your required space
The PRV marshalling terminal undergoing the vibration test where the influences of vibration on contacts are thoroughly tested. The terminal performed above average.
The geometric precision measurement provided the key edge for the space-saving complete solution of the PRV range.
What makes a safety relay resistant to corrosion?
A bath of paint and 30 days in a continuous flow of corrosive gases
Over 30 days, the SIL relay was put through a 4-component corrosive gas test based on the standard from the 60068 series. The result showed no corrosive effect and no functional impairments.
It is not rare for salty spray and a corrosive atmosphere containing small doses of chlorine gases or hydrogen sulphide to impact on offshore installations. The SIL relay is designed for just these situations.
How do you prepare heavy-duty plug connectors for an endless number of train journeys?
By giving them a ticket for an X-ray computed tomography
HDC plug connectors from Weidmüller are corrosion- and vibration-resistant wiring connections suited to applications in energy and automation technology but most especially traffic engineering. This is proven by certificates to this effect.
How does a photovoltaic connection withstand the wind and weather?
By simulating future prospects
The accelerated weathering test confirms the suitability of the PV box for outdoor applications – even with extreme climatic fluctuations.
Outstanding measurements and assembly and handling benefits make the PV box suited to challenging photovoltaic projects of the future.
How is a housing made suitable for power plants?
By training it under very high pressure
High pressure testing: this test confirms an IP69k level of protection. The rotating test object is subject to hot water at high pressure, applied from a very close by.
The LOCA/HELB test simulates the sub-scenario of an emergency case. The test objects are exposed to saturated water vapour, which is equivalent to an extreme increase of temperature and pressure in a very short time.
Testing the mechanical stability of the housing through impact loading indicates how the housing behaves in the event of external impact caused by falling objects.
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