Thanks to a network of laboratories located throughout the area and equipped with the most modern equipment, ECO Next carries out tests on materials. Accurate analyzes on multiple types of materials offer the customer the technical support essential for the correct interpretation of the data in order to identify the most correct operational solutions. The tests are conducted by professionals with many years of experience to support the customer in the search for the root causes of defects or breakages that can occur in various phases of the life cycle of an asset: from prototyping, to pre-series, up to the unfortunate break in operation.
The life cycle of a product is often strongly influenced by the environmental factors to which it is exposed on a daily basis. Adverse atmospheric agents, repeated mechanical stresses and unfavorable climatic conditions such as the presence of heat, cold, humidity and extreme winds can be the cause of malfunctions and premature damage to products and equipment.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (from English abbreviated to EMC) is a branch of electrical engineering that studies the unintentional generation, propagation and reception of electromagnetic energy that can cause unwanted effects, such as electromagnetic interference (EMI) or damage to devices. The goal is for the various equipment to function correctly in a common electromagnetic environment.
Placing an electrical and electronic product on the European market requires that it comply with certain directives according to the use that the manufacturer envisages.
Testing activities can be performed on-site both during the construction phase at the manufacturers and during commissioning and/or use at the end user’s site, or at accredited partner laboratories (e.g. EMC tests in anechoic chamber ).