Cleanliness Testing

VDA 19.1 Cleanliness Testing

Applied Technical Services’ VDA 19.1 cleanliness testing services help manufacturers achieve technical cleanliness in the assembly groups and components of motor vehicles. The standard helps to protect and prolong the life of several automotive fluid systems such as brakes, pumps, nozzles, and hoses.

What is VDA 19.1 Cleanliness Testing?

The primary objective of VDA 19.1 is to achieve a uniform standard of technical cleanliness amongst the automotive industry and its suppliers. VDA 19.1 cleanliness testing consists of several steps, including: 

Cleanliness testing determines the source of contaminants and can evaluate the damage caused by the contaminants. Following the guidelines suggested in VDA 19.1 can help manufacturers reduce failure rates and warranty costs. 

ATS’ VDA 19.1 Cleanliness Testing Lab
Extraction Methods

Our experts extract the residual dirt from components using the following methods. 

Particle Analysis 

Following extraction, we analyze the contaminants found on the components to prevent further damage to filters, nozzles, or valves. Our analysis methods include the following. 

Applied Technical Services’ Chemical Analysis

Our A2LA-accredited chemical analysis lab can conduct complex testing and analysis services for various industries and materials. We provide chemical analysis of organic compounds, metals, polymers, and consumer products. Our technicians have relevant experience in various disciplines and work closely with clients to develop solution-oriented procedures that meet their demands. 

Our Commitment to Quality
Applied Technical Services is committed to delivering quality service and positive experiences to our clients. We are an IS0 9001 quality management system that adopts strict national and international service standards to ensure our clients receive our best. Please dial +1 (888) 287-5227 or submit a request webform to speak to our representatives regarding our VDA 19.1 cleanliness testing services.

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