Since its foundation in 1988 Cellbond has continually invested in testing facilities in-house .
The design and development of a second drop test tower, laser scanning facilities and our dummy test laboratory represents the next milestone in the expansion of Cellbond’s research and development programme.
Cellbond has a history of developing and introducing new technologies and developing crash test barriers in close collaboration with its customers. Our collaborations with the major crash test centres and leading car manufacturers have helped to set the standard for testing.
Cellbond has made use of its significant knowledge of the behaviour of honeycomb and deformable barriers in crash testing, and developed its own FE models.
Cellbond continually invests in new equipment and in people to ensure that we offer the best possible service. The design and development of new test facilities reflects our commitment to our research and development programme.
(English) Cellbond statically test all honeycomb used in deformable crash test barriers as part of its conformity of production procedure for energy absorbers.