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Eurocell Technical Centre

Established over 15 years ago as an internal research and development facility the technical centre  has grown over the years to become a market leading customer test house saving fabricators thousands of pounds on unnecessary and expensive indicative testing before full UKAS testing is sought.

Housing full manufacturing capabilities the centre still focuses heavily of R&D and is the birthplace of leading products like Modus, Skypod and more recently the Synchro patio door system.

The technical centre carries out a wide range of product development and testing. These include all activities related to the manufacture of prototypes, window and door tests and the support for design and product development.

The technical Centre has two test rigs, one for air, wind and water testing in accordance to BS6375, and the other for PAS24 security testing.

These test rigs help us to implement the requirements of our customers quickly and at any time to develop the best possible solutions for their windows and doors.

Our customers  looking to change their hardware supplier, looking to gain certification in your own right or have won a contract that specifies a hardware types you currently don’t use,  can contact us to see how we can help with their indicative testing needs and help them gain an advantage over their competitors and save a few quid in the process 

Ian Kernaghan, Head of new products, design & development concluded “It’s important for us to have these considerable resources at our disposal as we look to develop the latest innovations in PVC-U window and door technologies and help our customer base gain an all-important advantage in the market place”.

If you feel we can help contact our R&D Manager Barry Austin by email to let us know your requirements and complete a “request to test” application form

·        The testing carried out at our facilities is indicative testing only and is not UKAS accredited however in many cases it does satisfy the requirements of AD Part Q 

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