Make sure your passports fulfil all governmental requirements
The compliance with all governmental requirements regarding passport durability and quality is one of the main topics for passport manufacturers. In a global and highly technological world travel documents must be able to withstand many controls and stresses. Whether physical demands or stamping at the chip module at a border control point, e-passports have to resist those strains.
The global interoperability of travel documents is of paramount importance. In particular, the use of chip technology in passports with validity periods up to ten years requires an appropriate quality assurance and special test equipment. With ruhlamat passport test systems, passport manufacturers and issuing authorities are able to check that their machine readable travel documents and electronic passports meet the relevant requirements surrounding physical durability and functionality.
Issuing authorities and passport manufacturers rely on our proven BT310-3 bending test system to test the durability of e-passports and ID-3 inlays as well as their resistance to dynamic bending stress.
Our reliable bending tester is used for quality assurance in passport production and in test laboratories to check that passports and e-passports meet the relevant standards and specifications.
Make sure your e-passports fulfil the requirements for global interoperability. The TT300-3 torsion tester is a specially designed system to test the durability of e-passports and ID-3 inlays as well as their resistance to dynamic torsional stress.
Our proven torsion test system is used for quality assurance in passport production and in test laboratories to verify the conformity and functionality of passports and e-passports.
The IT320 impact tester simulates the stamping at a border control point to check the resistance of e-passports and ID-3 inlays to impact stress, especially in the area of the chip module and the antenna.
This robust impact test system is used for quality assurance in passport production and in test laboratories to check that electronic passports meet the relevant standards and specifications.