Resonate Testing

Resonate Testing
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Resonate Testing is a family owned and operated ISO17025 accredited SME test facility located in Northern Ireland. Resonate Testing has the unique position of unfettered access to the EU, UK and global markets. We have a proven capability with propulsion system fire testing for large civil aircraft, and a range of environmental testing, complementing Vibration and SRS shock testing demonstrating full compliance for space launch vehicles, for example. This expertise and knowledge has been easily extended to various industries and other unique test applications.

Maintaining a strong engineering team, we differentiate ourselves by demonstrating our ability to support clients fully, as a complete Test Service Facilitator.

Battery technology and Lithium Ion (LI ion) batteries in particular, have undergone a massive and ongoing expansion, over a short space of time. Batteries now power countless items that support everyday life from portable computers, cordless tools, mobile telephones, watches and toys, to wheelchairs, bicycles and motor vehicles.

With multiple cell chemistries available, and differing performance and thermal management approaches, they offer an excellent combination of performance and efficiency. Here at Resonate Testing we offer a range of testing on batteries and cells to specific customer requirement and many international standards.

Resonate Testing offer a full range of battery tests for verifying battery performance, durability, safety and lifespan, under external environmental or mechanical conditions, for example

Thermal Cycling

Forced Discharge


Free Fall or Drop

Mechanical Shock

Thermal Abuse




Nail Penetration testing

External Short Circuit

Forced Internal Short


As ever, we are proud of our ability to offer bespoke testing according to customer-specific requirements.

We at Resonate testing provide a wide range of battery safety testing services that will help to mitigate the risks associated Lithium battery powered devices, helping to ensure safety especially during transportation and customer use. These include thermal runaway propagation tests, nail penetration tests, impact, crush and overcharge, to name but a few.

The finished lithium or lithium Ion battery has been identified as a Class 9 dangerous good during transport, as a result of a potential fire hazard. As such, they should be subjected to the range of electrical and mechanical tests included within UN 38.3 for the transportation of dangerous goods.  This standard applies to batteries being transported on their own or within devices.

+44 (0)2890 736390
Unit 1 Bridge Technology Park
Carnagat Lane Chancellors Road Newry Co.Down
BT35 8XF
United Kingdom

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