TRL Compliance opens new test facilities

TRL Compliance has moved its headquarters to Malvern in Worcestershire, enabling the company to bring its military and commercial testing facilities together on one site and create a Centre of Excellence with state-of-the-art equipment at the heart of its network of UK laboratories.

TRL provides tailored services for equipment testing, regulatory approvals and certifications applicable around the world. Services include civil, military/aerospace, EMC, safety, radio, ATEX and machinery safety. The company spent six months and £500,000 refurbishing and re-fitting the ex-MOD site in Malvern prior to relocating from two sites in Gloucestershire. The new facilities include eight anechoic chambers of various sizes, including one capable of taking exceptionally large equipment and 'tank-sized' vehicles for testing.

Mark Heaven, MD of TRL Compliance, comments: "We are delighted to have been able to enhance our facilities with this move. Our aim is to offer a broad and integrated service to our customers, ensuring that they can sell quickly and cost-effectively into their chosen markets."

TRaC, an Element Materials Technology Company

100 Frobisher Business Park
Leigh Sinton Road
Malvern
WR14 1BX
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)1684 571700

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