The Danish company Citea ApS makes clean rooms for e.g. laboratories in the pharmaceutical industry. Here, they have seen increased demand for documentation of their solutions. For a construction project, they needed an impartial third party to document that their product meets the requirements - therefore they contacted the Danish Technological Institute.
The Danish Technological Institute helped Citea develop a test plan based on the requirements that are set forth in e.g. the Machinery Directive. This resulted in a test set-up that the Danish Technological Institute's testing specialists set up at Citea - in this case of a service ceiling.
Teknologisk Institut hjalp Citea med udvikle en testplan på baggrund af de krav, der bl.a. er stillet i Maskindirektivet. Det udmøntede sig i en testopstilling, som Teknologisk Instituts prøvningsspecialister satte op hos Citea - i dette tilfælde af et serviceloft.
It is a stamp of approaval in itself that you can say - and document - that you have had something tested by the Danish Technological Institute
- Henrik Østergaard, Citea ApS
The test was successful, and now Citea has unbiased third-party documentation that their product meets the requirements. In the video above, testing specialist, Otto Hejgaard, talks about how the test was made.