In the case of damage to a wide variety of components and materials from the automotive, mechanical engineering, medical technology, construction, electrical engineering... sectors, the GWP experts conduct root cause research in the damage analysis laboratory using hybrid power bundles and various material analyses. In this way, we help producers and suppliers to reliably identify the causes of damage, prevent future production stoppages or even recalls by preventing damage, and improve product quality through future improvement measures.
The elucidation and evaluation of corrosion damages require a comprehensive assessment of the present system, which consists of component and medium. In order to understand the damage mechanism materials, environmental conditions and interactions are characterized by extensive laboratory tests. GWP offers with our experts, environmental simulations, corrosion tests, fractographic reviews, analytical material characterizations and metallographic investigations a complete package to solve your problem. In addition, the elaboration of a reasonable loss prevention completes our offer.
Engineer standards: DIN 50900, DIN 50930, ISO 8044, DIN 50905, DIN EN ISO 7539, DIN EN ISO 7441, DIN 50902, DIN 50914, DIN 50919, DIN 50921, DIN 50920, DIN 50922, DIN50959, DIN EN ISO 6509, DIN EN ISO 7384, DIN EN ISO 8565, DIN EN ISO 10062, ISO 8407, SEP 1877, DIN 50928, DIN 50929, DIN 50930, DIN 55928, VG 81249, DIN 30675, DIN 30676, DIN 50925, DIN 50926, DIN 50914, VDI 3822, DIN EN ISO 3651, DIN 17455, DIN 50947, DIN 50021, DIN 50914, DIN 50918, DIN 50958, DIN 50980, DIN 50018, DIN EN ISO 10289, DIN EN 15205, DIN EN ISO 11846, DIN EN ISO 8407, , ISO 9227, IEC 60068-2-11, IEC 60068-2-52,IEC 60068-2-60, MIL 810
In case of fire, you can resort on the experience of the GWP experts for damage analysis. We support you in the key issues such as the characterization of the fire materials, review of occurring temperature exposure or the analysis of combustion residues.