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Australian National Testing Laboratories (ANTL)
Unit 17-15 Suscatand Street Rocklea, QUEENSLAND 4106 Australiawww.antl.com.au
Centro Nacional de Energías Renovables (CENER)
Ciudad de la Innovación, n° 7 · 31621 Sarriguren – Navarra, Spainwww.cener.com
Alberto García de Jalón
Element Materials Technology, Inc.
2395 Speakman Drive Mississauga, Ontario L5K 1B3, Canadawww.element.com
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE)
TestLab Solar Thermal Systems Heidenhofstrasse 2 79110 Freiburg, Germanywww.collectortest.com
Institut für Solarenergieforschung GmbH, Hameln (ISFH)
Am Ohrberg 1 D-31860 Emmerthal, Germanywww.isfh.de
Institute of Thermodynamics and Thermal Engineering (ITW) Research and Testing Centre for Thermal Solar Systems, University of Stuttgart
Pfaffenwaldring 6 70550 Stuttgart, Germanywww.itw.uni-stuttgart.de
Intertek Testing Services Shenzhen Ltd. Guangzhou Branch
4103 & 4203, No. 63 Punan Road Huangpu District Guangzhou, China 510760www.intertek.com
LabTest Certification, Inc.
3255 Pepper Lane, Suite 112
SPF Institute for Solar Technology
TÜV Rheinland (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.
TÜV Building III
TÜV Rheinland Energy GmbH
Am Grauen Stein
The following list of testing laboratories have been approved by ICC-SRCC to conduct testing for the OG-100 solar thermal collector certification program. Applicants to the SRCC OG-100 program who have not yet obtained third-party testing of their collector should select an approved testing laboratory from the list below. Applicants contract directly with the testing laboratory of their choice to conduct the testing required for their type of collector. Applicants are encouraged to contact ICC-SRCC directly before the start of testing to review the planned tests. This ensures that all necessary testing for their type of collector is conducted. When testing is completed, the approved test lab sends the report directly to ICC-SRCC for review and rating.
Applicants who have already completed third-party testing of their collectors to ISO 9806 test methods should contact ICC-SRCC directly to determine whether that data may be used for OG-100 certification.