The DIN 51111:2024-02 dielectric test standard will be published in February.
After more than five years of standardization work, the time has finally come: the DIN 51 111 method is published in edition 02-2024. Under the title “Electrical properties of fresh and used oils from electric drives in vehicles – Measurement of the specific electrical conductivity, the relative permittivity (εr) and the dielectric dissipation factor (tan δ)”, a precise description of the test procedure is given, for which flucon’s EPSILON+ Dielectricity Meter is fully compliant.
After joining the FVA research association of drive technology in the middle of this year, we are proud to announce that flucon is now also a member of “Deutsche Gesellschaft für nachhaltige Energieträger, Mobilität und Kohlenstoffkreisläufe e.V.” (DGMK).
flucon GmbH joins FVA Research Association for Drive Technology
Today the time has finally come: our company has been accepted as a member of the Research Association for Drive Technology – or FVA for short. As a developer, manufacturer and also user of fluid measurement technology, we continuously move between different research focuses. Drive technology in particular has been and remains an essential discipline of our work. One of its central challenges, the characterization of suitable lubricants in a wide variety of drive systems, has given our team the literal drive to innovate for many years.
flucon is teaming up with the experts at Kagaku for distribution in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
We’re super proud to announce that Kagaku Analys AB of Gothenburg, Sweden has agreed to becoming flucon’s strategic partner for sales and services in Scandinavia and in the Baltic countries. From now on customers in the North will profit from further competence in the field of thermal analysis and reliable technical support whenever needed.