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new gas chromatograph in laboratory of analytical chemistry

In August 2018 our laboratory of analytical chemistry purchased a brand new gas chromatograph, mass spectrometer Shimadzu GCMS-QP2020, equipped by a thermal desorption unit TD-30, which is used for analysis of emissions of organic substances.

 

The spectrometer has a superior sensitivity for organic substances in orders of micro-grams per kg of sample. The system is mainly used for analysis of volatile organic substances (VOC) and condensable substances (FOG) according to the requirements of automotive standard VDA 278, but also for emission measurement of polymer samples to investigate additive system, smell, NIAS (not-intentionally added substances in plastics) etc.

 

Contact for such types of analysis: Franky Puype, phone: +420 577 601 703, e-mail: fpuype@itczlin.cz


New general director

Announcement of change in ITC management.

 

New general director of the Institute for Testing and Certification has been appointed Mgr. Jiri Hes.

 

RNDr. Radomir Cevelik remains in the position of Board of Directors Vice President.


Determination of phthalic acid esters according to requirements of CPSC

In June 2018 analytical laboratory ITC accredited new procedure for determination of phthalic acid esters in consumer products according to requirements of CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) No. CPSC-CH-C1001-09.4. New standard came in force on April 25, 2018 and released old one No. CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3.

More information concerning phthalate testing are available here


FachPack 2018

Dear business friends, we invite you to visit our exposition at the International Trade Fair for the packaging industry FachPack 2018, which will be held 25. 9. – 27. 9. 2018 in Nuremberg. Hall 9, Stand no. 9-211. Vouchers for entry are available, if you are interested, please contact Mrs Ing. Barbora Hajkova, email: bhajkova@itczlin.cz 


Analytical laboratory had implemented new methods for testing of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from car interior parts according to Hyundai and Toyota requirements, namely

Hyundai Engineering Standard - MS300-55 - Determination of volatile organic compounds from moulded parts in the vehicle interior

and

Toyota Engineering Standard TSM 0508G – Volatile component measurement method using sampling bag

Tests are using sampling bags for emission tests, followed by chromatography determination of emitted substances.
For further information and quotation please, contact Ing. Jitka Balakova, e-mail: jbakalova(at)itczlin.cz, phone: +420 577 601 453


Laboratory for Electrical Products - EMC, LVD

Testing » Accredited Testing Laboratory No. 1004

The Testing Laboratory for Electrical Products is accredited by the Czech Institute for Accreditation with the No. 1004.3 and offers a range of tests in the field of electrical engineering. Tests are usually aimed at verifying quality and safety indications and are implemented either as complete, i.e. in accordance with the relevant technical standard, or as partial, in accordance with the client’s specifications. Based on request it is possible to provide testing in the presence of the client, and some tests may be carried out directly at the customer's premises. The testing laboratory was established as a successor to the corporate laboratory of the MESIT company and it has built on its high quality experience in the aviation industry.

 

Application
  Client's Handbook (PDF)  
           

SPHERE OF ACTIVITY OF THE LABORATORY

  • electronic products, consumer electronics
  • office machinery and computers
  • equipment for the control of industrial processes
  • power-generators and transformers
  • measuring and control equipment
  • medical devices
  • household appliances, lighting equipment, power tools, pumps
  • electric toys
  • slot machines
  • electrical components for the automotive industry
  • electrical components for the aviation industry

ELECTROMAGNETIC COMPATIBILITY - EMC

Testing of products in terms of their interference and in terms of their resistance to interference (Government Regulation No. 616/2006 Coll., defining technical requirements for products in terms of their electromagnetic compatibility - Council Directive 2004/108/EC).

  • Measurement of emissions:
  • Measuring interference induced by applied voltage
  • Measuring radio interference emitted
  • Measuring interfering power
  • Measuring harmonic currents
  • Measuring flicker

  • Tests for resistance against electromagnetic influences:
  • Electrostatic discharge
  • Electromagnetic fields
  • Speed pulses
  • Shockwave
  • Conducted electromagnetic interference
  • Power frequency magnetic field
  • Interruption of and change to power conducting

ELECTRICAL SAFETY

Testing of products in terms of their electrical safety in accordance with Government Decree 17/2003 Coll., defining the technical requirements for low voltage electrical equipment - Council Directive 2006/95/EC

  • Products
  • Protective transformers
  • Electrical appliances for households and similar premises
  • Electrical measuring devices
  • Electric toys
  • Electronic devices
  • Electric medical equipment
  • Lighting equipment
  • Electrical equipment for machines

CLIMATIC TESTS

  • Dust test
  • Cold test
  • Dry heat test
  • Damp heat test
  • Salt spray test
  • Low pressure test
  • Temperature change test
  • Temperature shock test
  • Combined test - dry heat, low pressure

MECHANICAL TESTS

  • Sinus and random vibration test
  • Search for resonances, with optional combination with climatic conditions
  • Shock tests

CONTACTS

Employee Phone fax e-mail
Ing. Pavel Vavra, Head of the Testing Laboratory No. 1004.3 +420 572 522 242 +420 572 522 191 pvavraPostaitczlin.cz
Stanislav Malina, Technical Manager of the Testing Laboratory  +420 572 522 178 +420 572 522 191 smalinaPostaitczlin.cz


Post address:
Institute for Testing and Certification, Inc.
Sokolovska 573
686 01 Uherske Hradiste
Czech Republic

The person responsible for accuracy of data: Ing. Pavel Vavra

Updated: 3.1.2018
 
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