Join our experts at ILA Berlin, June 22-26, 2022 and learn about our materials testing, product qualification testing and fire testing services for the global aerospace industry.
Visit us at hall 1, stand 240 to discuss how partnering with Element can improve the reliability and efficiency of your test programs and enhance the quality of your products.
About the event
The ILA Berlin trade show is a leading international aerospace exhibition. More than 1,000 exhibitors from almost 40 countries present their products and services for aviation, space, defense and security, equipment, and general aviation. At the conferences, workshops and seminars, industry experts discuss the issues of the future. Learn more about the event here.
Book a meeting
Schedule a meeting with one of our experts to learn more about how we can meet your testing needs. Element performs a broad range of testing services for the Aerospace industry:
- Fire and flammability testing (flammability, smoke density and toxicity, vertical and horizontal fire test)
- Product qualification testing (vibration testing, spin testing, shock testing)
- Materials testing (destructive and non-destructive testing)
- Calibration of measuring equipment
- RTCA-DO 160 environmental testing
- Fuel Systems Testing
- Engine testing
More from Element
Find out how Element tests airplane cabin materials, textiles, and products to see how easily they ignite, and how they react when burned to maintain passenger safety on aircraft.
Find out how Element tests metals, alloys, polymers, composites and ceramics to help our Aerospace customers to make certain that their materials are safe, quality, compliant and fit for purpose once in service.
Product Qualification Testing
Find out how Element helps its Aerospace customers to develop better components, products and systems; to get them to market on time; save them time and money; and to minimize the risk associated with their product development and production activities.
Find out how Elements metrology services help to make certain that the accuracy of the test devices we calibrate for the Aerospace sector is proactively managed and maintained.