About Element Berlin
Element Berlin, formerly known as GEVA (Gesellschaft für Entwicklung und Versuch Adlershof GmbH), is a specialist provider of materials, product qualification and systems testing to the global Aerospace industry.
Founded in 1999, GEVA was the result of a combination of the component testing division of BMW Rolls-Royce GmbH, Oberursel (near Frankfurt) and Dahlewitz (in Berlin). Since its formation, this laboratory has consistently developed and delivered a range of highly sophisticated spin testing, vibration testing, structural strength examinations, high and low cycle fatigue testing and fluid system tests.
Now known as Element Berlin, our customers often tell us that we are not a typical “industrial” test lab, because of our continued focus on the more technically challenging, complex and experimental side of the testing spectrum and regularly come back to us because, as they say, “we often start where other testing labs give up”.
Element Berlin services cover a wide range of testing requirements in the aerospace, energy and automotive industries, including vibration testing, spin testing, fluid testing, structures testing, NDT (UT, FPI), test concept definition and rig design, computer simulation, calibration·instrumentation, evaluation and analysis.
Find out how Element test key structures within aircraft, under static and dynamic operational loads, to assess the impact of fatigue and to determine accurate in-service life predictions for these structures.
Element is the single point of contact for all your instrument calibration, service, and administration needs. Our laboratories perform ISO/IEC 17025 accredited or traceable calibration at the right quality level according to your requirements.
Element has extensive experience in vibration testing services and our vibration laboratories feature electro-dynamic and servo-hydraulic systems that can replicate low and high frequency conditions.
Non-Destructive Testing (NDT)
Find out about the range of NDT services Element uses to evaluate the properties of a material, parts, products, welds, or systems without materially affecting the integrity of the items being tested.