Element provides automotive glass testing services to help you ensure your product complies with relevant regulations and the highest safety standards, giving you the certainty you need to get your products to market.
We test glazing materials used in motor vehicles against the requirements of ANSI Z26.1, the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 205 (FMVSS 205), ECE R43 and other standards recognized by the US Department of Transportation (DOT). Our tests help reduce injuries when glazing material is broken, help protect the vehicle's structure and occupants when involved in collisions, and ensure that vehicle windows have a necessary degree of transparency for driver visibility. Our goal is to ensure that the glazing materials you are utilizing sustain the different forms of strain that a vehicle encounters in its lifetime.
The Element advantage
Operating in modern test facilities, Element's experts provide automotive glass testing services to clients in the automotive, railway, military and marine industries, delivering data on time and first-time-right.
- Abrasion resistance
- Bake test
- Boil test
- Chemical resistance
- Deviation and distortion
- Egress test
- Light stability
- Luminous transmittance
- Penetration resistance
- Temperature change
Our Transportation Testing Services
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