Accreditation for the EMC test lab of Etteplan Group’s Espotel Oy

Press release - Published: 16.08.2016 - 11:30:00
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The FINAS accreditation service has granted accreditation to the Jyväskylä testing laboratory of Espotel Oy, which is part of the Etteplan Group, in accordance with requirement SFS-EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005. The company’s accreditation code is T298.

In practice, accreditation means that Espotel Oy can offer its customers accredited EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) testing in compliance with the standards. EMC testing can be used to verify the electromagnetic compatibility of products. Espotel Oy’s scope of accreditation can be viewed on FINAS’s website, at:

There are only a handful of accredited commercial EMC test laboratories in Finland.

- This accreditation is an important testament to the quality of our operations. Having an EMC test lab that is approved by the authorities will speed up customers’ product development, as the development work and standard-based measurements can be easily implemented by one service provider,” says Etteplan’s Kari Liuska, SVP, Embedded Systems and IoT.

EMC testing laboratory’s online shop:

For more information please contact:

Kari Liuska
SVP, Embedded Systems & IoT
Tel. +358 40 7560 285

Outi Torniainen
SVP, Communications & Marketing
Tel. +358 40 512 1375

Etteplan in brief

Etteplan’s services cover engineering, technical documentation, embedded systems and IoT solutions. Our customers are the world’s leading companies in the manufacturing industry. Our services are geared to improve the competitiveness of our customers’ products and engineering processes throughout the product life cycle. The results of Etteplan’s innovative engineering can be seen in numerous industrial solutions and everyday products.

In 2015, Etteplan had turnover of EUR 141.1 million. The company has about 2,500 professionals in Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland and China. Etteplan's shares are listed on Nasdaq Helsinki Ltd under the ETT1V ticker.

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