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GLOBAL MARINE & OFFSHORE LIGHTING SOLUTIONS Dedicated to quality About quality assurance, test procedures and product certification in the Glamox Group

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Glamox is the leading supplier of lighting solutions to the world's marine and offshore markets. We take pride in providing products of superior technical quality that work reliably even under the most extreme conditions. Technology and expertise Our products and solutions are developed and tested by our engineers at our own research and testing facilities, and manufactured and certified in accordance with all relevant quality and environmental standards. They are based on the latest technology and expertise - and generations of experience. Our quality systems The Glamox Group's quality...

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The CE mark is a mandatory conformity marking for products sold in the European Economic Area (EEA). It is the manufacturer’s declaration that the product meets the requirements of the applicable EC directives. ENEC is the high quality European mark for electrical products that demonstrates compliance with European safety standards. The two-digit number indicates which certification body has issued the ENEC certification.

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Free fall shock tests    6 Salt mist spray test    16 Light data simulation    20 Modern testing facilities As a result of the high demands placed on the quality and durability of its products, the Glamox Group operates modern assessment and testing laboratories in Norway and Germany for the simulation of a wide variety of environmental conditions. Environmental test centers in Bremen and Molde These institutes have earned an excellent reputation in the lighting industry, and possess licenses from institutions such as the European Norms Electrical Certification (ENEC), the BSH Bundesamt fur...

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The laboratories in Bremen and Molde have been certified in accordance to the requirements of ISO 9001, ATEX and IECEx. Third party testing On account of their significance and their reliable simulation and testing methods, the laboratories are also used by external firms and organizations. The test reports of our laboratories are accepted e.g. by Germanischer Lloyd (GL), Lloyd’s Register (LR), Det Norske Veritas (DNV), Bureau Veritas (BV), Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (PTB) and many more. The importance of testing and simulations The simulations performed in our laboratories aim...

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Free fall shock tests Mechanical shock has the potential for damaging a product. For this reason there are shock resistance requirements based on a number of international standards, depending on a luminaire’s intended application and purpose. We test our luminaires in accordance with these requirements for type approval purposes. Sometimes a shock may result in only minor damage which may not be critical for use. However, cumulative minor damage from several shocks could eventually result in the product becoming unusable, or cause the service life of the product to be shortened. Therefore...

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Vibration testing Marine luminaires and luminaires with Ex approvals have to be vibration tested. We have equipment to do pre-qualifying tests for vibration. Within the scope of vibration testing, three different types of tests are performed: Sinusodial vibration, various shock tests and random testing. A slip table with an oil film is used to test products from impact with sinus, random and shock impulses. Acceleration sensors are used to investigate the behaviour of the test subject under the influence of vibration loading. Using the slip table, acceleration values of up to 15 G can be...

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Impact resistance in sub-zero environments In mechanics, an impact is a high force or shock applied over a short time period when two or more bodies collide. Impact tests are used in studying the toughness of material. A material’s toughness is a factor of its ability to absorb energy during deformation. Brittle materials have low toughness as a result of the small amount of deformation that they can endure. The impact value of a material can also change with temperature. Generally, at lower temperatures the impact energy of a material is decreased. Minus 50°C We test our luminaires with...

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Climatic testing Environmental simulations in climate test chambers allow us to measure the effects of temperature and humidity on our products in a controlled manner. Climatic testing is required to ensure that our luminaires will perform to standard under the climatic conditions they will encounter in service use. Materials can deteriorate over time, ageing prematurely due to either high or low temperature extremes, while humid conditions may lead to condensation which can be damaging to electronic components. Our climate test chambers have a test space of up to 1,500 litres. They are...

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Submersion into water The luminaires are tested against ingress of water in up to 1 meter depth. Water pressure tank The luminaires are submerged into a water pressure tank, simulating various depths beyond one meter. Spray water/splash water The luminaires are hosed with varying degrees of power, from fine spray to hard water jets. IP rating (water) In our wetrooms we assess the protection of our luminaires against ingress of water, varying over differing degrees of protection, depending upon the requirements for the different types of lighting product. From rain testing through spray...

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IP rating (dust) In our dust chambers we assess the protection of our luminaires against ingress of solid particles, varying over differing degrees of protection, depending upon the requirements for the different types of lighting product. Solid objects protection There are six levels of protection against the ingress of solid foreign objects, represented by the first digit in the two-digit IP rating of a product. > 50mm: Any large surface of the body, such as the back of a hand, but no protection against deliberate contact with a body part >12.5 mm: Fingers or similar objects > 2.5 mm:...

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