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Engineering Materials

Safety in electrical & electronics

Safety is a key concern whenever plastics and electronics meet, and in today’s digitized world, that happens with increasing frequency.

Supporting you through regulatory testing and certification

Safety is a key concern whenever plastics and electronics meet, and in today’s digitized world, that happens with increasing frequency. While requirements and regulations for electronic products have become more strict, you can significantly reduce testing requirements for your end products when you work with materials that have already been certified to the highest standards.

Our team is intimately familiar with the time and effort required for testing and certification –particularly in products that combine a number of materials and components. That’s why we have developed the necessary competences to help our customers successfully navigate testing and certification requirements, and why our internal facilities are UL-certified. This enables us to sell products with the yellow cards that confirm they are recognized by UL and safe for electrical and electronics applications.

We are currently UL-certified for the following tests:

  • UL94 V and 5V Vertical Burning * Impact Strength
  • UL94 HB Horizontal Burning • Dielectric Strength
  • Glow Wire Flammability Index (GWFI) • Ball Pressure
  • Glow Wire Ignition Temperature (GWIT) * Relative Temperature Index (RTI)
  • Hot Wire Ignition (HWI) • Infrared
  • Tensile strength

Ask us how we can help support you through regulatory testing and certification.

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