This project investigates the "blister effect" observed on plastic edge connectors in series production, inhibiting the assembly of casing covers.
This project looks at the detachment of the silicone component in the area of the LED chip in automotive headlights with the aid of microscopic methods.
The project involves the investigation of a batch of high-voltage safety sleeves that show high reject rates due to self-ignition.
Special test processes are used to analyse the failure of CRP components in an automotive engine hood.
Extrusion blow-moulded car fuel tanks have a reduced barrier layer thickness (EVOH) in the area of the pinch-off weld.
A realistic component test investigates the practical suitability of vibration-loaded components.
This project involves the examination of welds on pipelines being laid for the air-conditioning system in a new construction project.
To select the material for outdoor fixing systems, the long-time behaviour of polyethylene types is determined.
This project looks at the failure of carrier straps bonded to sixpacks shrink-wrapped with plastic film.
Microscopic methods are used to examine leaks in the area of the thread on returnable PET bottles.
Using spectroscopy, an evaluation is made of the quality of barrier coats applied to plastic cups.
In this project, numerous complaints were received about surface cracks on one of the device's aspiration ports. A microscopic analysis was made to clarify the situation.
Analysing the cause of customer complaints describing the early failure of POM gear rack elements.
An examination is made of the occurrence of clogging of the melt filter screen when processing post-consumer polypropylene (PP).
Additively manufactured parts are examined microscopically to identify any quality-reducing characteristics.