You can meet us face-to-face at these events

16.05.2024, VDI expert group for failure analysis of elastomers:
Participation of Bernhard Richter in the meeting FA 107-2-2

01.-04.07.2024, German Rubber Conference (DKT 2024) at Nuremberg::
You can meet employees of O-Ring Prüflabor Richter in person in hall 9 at stand 110 for discussions and exchanges. Further information can be found here.

01.-02.10.2024, 22nd ISC International Sealing Conference at Stuttgart:
This year’s ISC will take place in the Filderhalle in Leinfelden-Echterdingen. The O-Ring Prüflabor Richter will participate in the trade exhibition. Further information can be found here.

O-Ring Forum “Continuous Improvement”

Simulation & Tests. Material Development. Procurement.

On 9 and 10 May 2023, the 3rd O-Ring Forum once again will be all about the most important standard element in sealing technology. The O-Ring Prüflabor Richter is organising the third edition of the forum together with ISGATEC GmbH. This time the event will be held at the Hotel Forsthof at Steinheim an der Murr. In various speeches and discussions, you will learn how the current technical and economic challenges can be met. Save your place and register online.

You can meet us face-to-face at these events

30.11.-01.12.2022, Silicone Elastomers World Summit at Düsseldorf:
Timo Richter will lecture on the topic “State of the art in testing of silicone rubber parts” on 30.11. at 2 pm. He will present high-resolution analytical test methods and will focus in particular on GC/MS analysis for the detection of siloxane outgassing. You can find more information about the World Summit and the lecture here.

13.-14.10.2022, Meeting of the DKG Regional Group South at Würzburg:
Ulrich Blobner will lecture on the topic: “Eight good reasons for testing elastomers” on 14.10. at 9.30 am. You can find more information about the Meeting and the lecture here.

12.-13.10.2022, 21st ISC International Sealing Conference at Stuttgart:
Bernhard Richter will lecture on the topic “Prediction of the functional limits of seals at low temperatures” on 13 October at 12.30 pm. He will explain which test methods can be used to reasonably determine low-temperature limits and how reliable such predictions are in everyday life. You can find more information about the Conference and the lecture here.