Wilger Testing is an industry leader in gaining fast, thorough, and technically sound NRTL listings for our clients.
Wilger Testing realizes that a manufacturer is only as relevant as the last product developed for the market. Where new products could be introduced yearly in the past, the internet has changed the game and product introductions need to be completed monthly, if not weekly. The problem created with fast product cycles is that your design staff does not have the time required to do a thorough product safety review so details get overlooked.
Unfortunately, overlooked details in product safety testing result in two possible scenarios:
No one can argue the point that late changes or test failures in a product safety program will derail your project which is disastrous for your company. The solution is using Wilger Testing pre-review service for your products upfront to remove obstacles that inflate NRTL costs and save you time. Our pre-review addresses performance issues even before you’ve tooled the product. Simply put, no other firm has the historical or technical knowledge to deliver what we do each and every day which is uncompromising technical service. Wilger always keeps you ahead of the curve!
For over 35 years our creed is to “Be the Best” at what we do, product safety testing!
Our ANAB accredited laboratory is at your service to uncover performance issues before the product is submitted to an NRTL. Don’t be fooled and entrust your testing to unaccredited firms.
Compliance engineering is the essence of what we do ensuring that your products meet the minimum level of safety required without jumping through bureaucratic hoops.
NRTL’s do not accredit laboratories to ISO/IEC 17025, they only assess capabilities. Look for A2LA, ANAB,or NVLAP accreditation before you waste money on data that is not accepted globally.
In my years of working with them I have found the entire Wilger’s team, headed by Joseph and Jerry, totally trustworthy and honourable, They are simply great; everybody can be famous but not everybody can be great, because greatness is determined by service. Read More
Dejan Lenasi, P. Eng.