Testing

Tests during and after completion of the development process are one of the most important components, along with the idea and realisation, if you want to manufacture reliable products.

Quality assurance for ROTWILD Mountainbikes

It takes over 60 hours from laminating the first carbon fibres to the finished frame. The individual work steps are carried out by about 35 different specialists. In order to exclude errors in this complex manufacturing process, permanent quality control is necessary.

These steps contribute to the ROTWILD quality assurance

EMC Test

During operation, all electrical devices generate electromagnetic fields. This also applies to E-MTBs. To ensure that such electromagnetic radiation does not interfere with other devices, the DIN EN 15194:17 guideline defines the criteria for the electromagnetic compatibility of e-bikes. The EMC test checks whether a pedelec meets these criteria.

How we test the electromagnetic compatibility

Machinery Directive 2006/42/EG

The Machinery Directive of the European Parliament regulates a uniform level of protection for the prevention of accidents for machines and partly completed machines sold within the EU. Since e-bikes (EPACs) are also covered by the term "machines" according to this directive, all manufacturers wishing to sell products in the EU must meet the requirements of the directive.

This has to be achieved when constructing pedelecs and E-MTBs

EFBE safety tests

EFBE Prüftechnik GmbH is an independent test laboratory for mechanical testing of bicycles and components. ROTWILD bikes are regularly tested here with regards to safety and quality.

In depth information on safety tests for MTBs, E-MTBs and e-bikes

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