At Syft, we’re delighted to be working with imat-uve – a global leader in material emissions testing for the automotive industry. This month, imat-uve is hosting a two-day workshop entitled “Emissions and Odor of Plastics” in Shanghai, China from the 20th to 21st of July.
The workshop will provide an overview of the global strategies of major car manufacturers and look at testing solutions, including legal and technical regulations.
Speakers represent organizations such as BAIC Motor Corporation, BMW China, VW Shanghai, Benecke-Hornschuch Surface Group, Faurecia Holding Co., Gerstel, and Dow Automotive.
I will be co-presenting with imat-uve laboratory director, Dr Michael Holzwarth. We will describe the latest results from spot measurements using Selected Ion Flow Tube Mass Spectrometry (SIFT-MS).
If you would like to schedule a conversation at the meeting…
Posted by Yan Li, Applications Team Leader and Specialist (Automotive) at Syft Technologies.
For years, we at imat-uve have worked intensively on testing and developing materials and components, especially plastics and rubbers. We are accredited according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025 and VDA 6.2 and have also been approved by various international car manufacturers and suppliers, such as BMW, Daimler, VW, Audi and Porsche. This shows that we can guarantee to carry out a multitude of testing methods with great competence. Our extensive experience allows us to determine customized material and component durability. Apart from tests for mechanical and chemical reliability, imat uses test methods which involve emission, odor, visual and haptic testing and consider the needs of human beings.
Special emphasis lies on emission testing and environmental simulation for materials, components and whole cars. Our laboratories are equipped with a wide range of climatic chambers in different sizes and modern instruments to carry out emission tests, for example tests according to VDA 278.