I2PS' Managing Director is presented with the IEC Edison Award

2016

New scanning electron microscope with a resolution of 3 nm

2012

New high-speed video camera capable of taking approx. 185,500 images per second

2010

Cooperation agreement with UL International

2007

Certified as a CBTL for participation in the worldwide IECEE CB Scheme

2007

The company starts using high-speed radiography

2007

The Materials Unit is expanded into a full-service provider

2006

The company is recognized by British certification body ASTA

2006

The laboratory is spun off as a new independent company named I2PS GmbH

2003

The laboratory is accredited for the field of environmental testing by DATech

2001

Special 110-kV high-voltage supply for high-current service life tests

1999

New radiographic testing equipment unit

1998

EMC testing is added to the range of accreditations

1997

Large testing rooms for degrees of protection (dust and water)

1997

An additional test cell for test currents of up to 150 kA is added to Surge Generator System III

1991

The Test Laboratory Bonn receives its initial accreditation from Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle Technik (DATech); laboratory number 001

1991

Surge Generator System III, for test currents of up to 300 kA and test voltages up to 1,500 VAC, is commissioned

1974

Surge Generator System II (50,000 A / 550 V / power factor = 0.3) is commissioned.  Parellel use of generator I and II up to
80 kA.

1964

Surge Generator System I (50,000 A / 550 V / power factor = 0.4) is commissioned

1954

The Materials Laboratory is set up

1950

Klöckner-Moeller GmbH relocates to Bonn

1945

The first test report is dated 01/14/1919 and is titled "Protection of three-phase motors from loading in the event of phase loss"

1919

First documented electrical test at the Cologne location

1911

Franz Klöckner founds his company, "Spezialfabrik elektrischer Schaltgeräte," in Cologne, Griechenmarkt 8

1899