Emerson Design Services Lab Wins Many Accreditations

DSN is also a CEC approved test facility in a number of product categories.

Emerson Climate Technologies, Inc., a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR), announced today that the Design Services Network test lab has earned ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation.

Design Services Network is a business in the Emerson Climate Technologies business segment. In earning this accreditation, the Design Services Network lab met strict requirements in the field of management systems, testing and calibration methods, compliance with safety procedures, technical competence, and the ability to produce valid results and address customers’ needs. The scope of the lab accreditation includes a variety of commercial refrigerators, freezers, vending machines, ice machines and heating/cooling machines.

DSN is also a CEC approved test facility in a number of product categories.

“Achieving this ISO standard is a testament to the dedication of our lab team and the quality of their processes,” said Rajan Rajendran, director of engineering services, Design Services Network.

“Our customers will benefit from the consistent, reliable service this lab delivers. We see this accreditation as a competitive advantage in the marketplace.”

The Design Services Network test lab works with original equipment manufacturers to test foodservice and air conditioning industry equipment. The lab evaluates products and entire systems for energy efficiency, performance and adherence to regulatory requirements.

Some examples of tests offered by this CEC Approved test facility include:

Performance Qualification:

  • Customer & Product Specific
  • ASHRAE 72 & 117 & NSF-7
  • ARI 210-240, ARI-1200
  • Test To Energy Star /CEC/CEE Standards
  • UL Certification /Certified 3rd Party Test Facility
  • UL471, UL 1995
  • Sound/Vibration Testing: ARI 270, ARI 260
  • ARI 340, 360, 320, 325, 330: Cooling & Heating Capability
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