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SAZbike, 2019/03/07

Zedler-Institut put into operation third test lab

One and a half year after having moved into the new company headquarters in Ludwigsburg the test engineers of Zedler-Institut put into operation their third test lab.

The roller type test stand for wheels is also located in the third lab

The testing systems of the category safety, for ex. the new pedal and bell testing systems as well as the roller for wheels, are located in the new lab. The internal standards of the test institute, such as a constant indoor climate, high load carrying capacity and vibration reduction of the floor as well as bright radiant LED illumination for crack detection, have now been realised for the rotating tests as well.

These testing systems are also complete in-house developments, as usual at Zedler-Institut. They also offer the possibility to perform tests according to the intended purpose of use that may go far beyond the tests specified in the standards. According to the institute, experience has shown that often enough the natures of loss which are known from thousands of analysed failures on the road or in the terrain can only be reproduced with supplementary test procedures.

Author: Tillman Lambert
Photos: Zedler-Institut

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