We have a wide range of measuring equipment for oscillation measurements to conduct analysis of movement, vibration and noise.
The laser vibrometer enables contactless measurements that are easy to carry out to be taken for the quantification of mechanical vibrations. Depending on the application, either the speed or path is measured from the nanometre to the metre range. The oscillation frequency and amplitude can be derived from this with a high degree of accuracy.
Electrodynamic fatigue testing machine (shaker)
Our shaker is capable of inducing vibrations in structures with a weight of up to 300 kg in the 3–3500 Hz frequency range. This means it can cover everything from standardised vibration profiles to noise and shocks, as well as generating accelerations of up to 100g. This makes the fatigue testing machine an extremely flexible system for verifying a simulation or analysing the vibration behaviour of materials.
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Pilot plant for the production of lithium-ion batteries
The pilot plant is made available to research and industry as a basis for experiments, whether for the construction of test cells or to test innovative manufacturing processes. The system is also designed to offer maximum flexibility in terms of the choice of materials, the inclusion and switching-out of individual components and the range of potential battery cell sizes – from credit-card format up to 150x300mm.