Automotive Testing Services

For over 40 years EAG Laboratories has offered a comprehensive suite of automotive testing service for the characterization and testing of automotive products. Innovation in the automotive industry has swiftly moved from a decreased reliance on gas power to fully autonomous cars and trucks. Manufacturers have long been focused on better fuel efficiency, increased safety, and improved performance while delivering endless integrated features. EAG has a extensive history working with manufacturers as well as industry suppliers for virtually every component of the car.

Automotive testing

Our experience gives leaders in the automotive industry assurance that the analytical tests and reports provided by our scientists will exceed the stringent standards expected with today’s technology.

Our labs across the globe give us the ability to serve customers in all regions with expertise covering all phases of the design and production process. For both the components of cars that drivers can visually see along with the parts that keep the cars on the road our services include:

Purity Certification
Inspection of raw materials during key phases of manufacturing to identify impurities in materials and final products.

Advanced Microscopy
Analysis of micro-structure, particle size, particle coatings and defects in thin/thick film or bulk materials.

Failure Analysis
Investigations include IC deprocessing, thermal, physical, and chemical property characterization to help troubleshoot field failures.

Contaminant Identification
Solving contamination issues originating from incoming raw materials, supply chain problems or manufacturing processes, such as oils and lubricants in plastics.

Material Qualification
Testing materials from a new supplier to ensure they meet OEM requirements.

Surface Analysis
Solving surface chemistry issues with adhesion, bonding, cleanliness, morphology and topography of a material.

Electronic System Testing
Engineering expertise to design, develop, test, analyze, and debug using ATE, Burn-in, ESD & latch-up testing, system level testing, reliability, warpage analysis, and IC-level failure analysis.

Metallurgical Analysis
Investigating fractures, fatigue, corrosion, contamination, wear, heat, stress related failures, and abrasion concerns.

Polymer Characterization
Providing physical and chemical analyses analyses for polymers and composites for automotive plastic related issues such as material incompabilities.

Quality Standards
EAG is accredited & certified for typical automotive testing standards.

Automotive testing services

Reliability is demanded and has increased with the numerous features in the modern automobile. Market pressures have forced rapid innovation in terms of quality, efficiency, and comfort. EAG’s broad scope of automotive industry knowledge, testing expertise, and problem solving will help keep your cars on the road for the long term.

We understand the need for first-to-market breakthrough technologies and can collaborate to provide results-driven solutions to the most complex of analytical investigations. Our experienced experts will work with your team to troubleshoot, and investigate the right material for your application, or optimize a manufacturing process.

Typical Techniques for Automotive Testing

ATG (RBS) GPC Physical Testing
Atom Probe HALT Profilometry
Atomic Absorption HPLC Product Reliability
Auger IC Raman
Cathodoluminescence ICP-MS Reliability
Circuit Edit ICP-OES RGA
Corrosion Resistance IGA SEM
DMA Ion Chromatography SIMS
DSC LC-MS Thermal Analysis
EBSD Litigation Support TXRF
EDS Metallurgy UV/VIS/NIR
EMC Nanoindentation Warpage Analysis
Electrochemistry NMR XPS/ESCA
ESD Optical Microscopy XRD
Failure Analysis Optical Profilometry XRF

Would you like to learn more about our services for automotive testing?

Contact us today to discuss your automotive testing needs: 800-366-3867 or please complete the form to have an EAG expert contact you.


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