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Portage, Michigan
1716 Vanderbilt Ave

Otsego, Michigan
555 Washington St

Lab Services

With over 50 years of success in the hydraulics industry, FEMA Corporation has built a reputation for developing highly engineered, reliable products. The engineering validation and verification equipment and processes that are fundamental to our success are now available to you from the FEMA Engineering Lab.

With a staff of two test engineers, five full-time lab technicians, and engineering students, the FEMA laboratory partners with clients to develop, coordinate, and validate your product within customer timelines. Our in-house engineers can design and manufacture custom test fixturing as well as controls and high sample rate data acquisition utilizing LabVIEW. In addition to this, our network of partners allows us to provide a full-service experience to ensure that your validation timeline is met.

Projects are estimated on a time and material basis. Written proposals include work scope, cost estimates, scheduling, and confidentiality agreements.

FEMA Corporation is pleased to announce that FEMA’s Engineering Lab has successfully completed this year’s Surveillance Assessment with ANAB. We have received approval for continued certification as a Test Lab per ISO/IEC 17025:2017 with zero non-conformities found during the audit.

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Our capabilities

  • Thermal Shock
    • Oil to Oil and Air to Air (automated)
  • Thermal Cycle
  • Combined Environmental
    • Humidity, temperature. And voltage
  • Immersion
    • IEC 60529
  • Cold Water Splash/Jet
  • Hydraulic performance validation across temperature range

Environmental Environmental

  • 11 hydraulics power units ranging from 15-350HP
    • Flows up to 450 lpm*
    • Pressures up to 310 bar*
  • Durability
  • Flow vs. Delta P*
  • Leakage
  • Contamination
    • Durability and sensitivity
    • ISO 4406
      • ISO Test Dust from ultrafine to coarse
      • Metal chips and powders
  • Impulse, Fatigue, and Burst
    • NFPA T2.6.1 R2014
    • Fatigue: Up to 690 bar
    • Burst: Up to 4000 bar

* Flow and pressure combinations are dependent on HP available

Hydraulic Hydraulic Hydraulic

  • Random
  • Sinusoidal
  • Shock
  • Wet Vibration (hydraulic performance across frequency range)


  • Jump Start Voltage
  • Chemical Resistance/Compatibility
  • Force vs. Displacement
  • Electrical
    • Megohm
    • AC Hipot
    • Resistance vs. Frequency
    • Inductance vs. Frequency

Miscellaneous Miscellaneous Miscellaneous

FEMA Corporation’s lab services have many capabilities that prove our dedication and professionalism in providing you with the best services available.

See our accreditations here.