The future security of energy supply is a subject of strong focus. At the same time, energy production is largely being converted to fossil-free energy sources that reduce CO2 emissions as much as possible.
The thrust of our services to the energy industry is two-pronged. Firstly, we aim to optimise energy extraction in connection with renewable sources such as wind, hydro, biofuels and bio waste. Secondly, we aim to help conventional energy producers to modernise and streamline their power plants. Our services are especially targeted at the nuclear power, biomass and waste, fossil fuels and wind power industries.
Choose your industry below to find out more about how our services, technologies and facilities can help you.
New MEGA loop
FORCE Technology is building a new MEGA loop for high-pressure calibration of natural gas meters.
3rd Annual (Re)Calibration Workshop
The 3rd Annual (Re)Calibration workshop gathers the gas flow metering industry in Copenhagen.
How can air quality be mapped?
Air pollution can cause great concern. Get help to map air quality
Standards for green energy technology with Danish mark
It is important to get a Danish mark on the international standards for green energy technology.
Uncertainty explained: How to calculate laboratory CMC?
What is CMC, and how does it involve the uncertainty of the laboratories?
Descriptions of 100 Danish testing facilities
More than 100 Danish testing facilities are described in a database called Denmark's Technological Infrastructure.
Water laboratory applied for testing and type approval of water, heat, process and cooling meters. FORCE Technology's water laboratory has six test rigs for testing and type approval.
High-pressure calibration facility
Visit the world's largest closed loop. The high-pressure calibration facility at FORCE Technology is unique in the world.
The Blade Test Centre (BLAEST)
The Blade Test Centre ensures responsibility and continuity from start to end in the blade testing procedures, taking your high demand for quality to the next level.
Mechanical tests of large structures
Full-size structures can be exposed to static and dynamic multi-axial loads or fatigue testing and applied with simulated loading from e.g. wind or waves.
Climatic tests of large structures
Climatic tests under realistic atmospheric sea conditions minimise unexpected corrosion and material damage in the operational phase.
Lindoe Component and Structure Testing A/S
The established Lindoe Component and Structure Testing A/S focuses on full-scale testing of components and systems mechanically and in a climatic chamber.