International Graphene Product Certification Center GmbH registered in Germany

International Graphene Product Certification Center GmbH registered in Germany

by Chao ZHANG – IGCC

The International Graphene Product Certification Center (IGCC), the first and most active third-party certification body in graphene domain in the world, has successfully registered International Graphene Product Certification Center GmbH in Neu-Isenburg, Germany (HRB 53881). And this new company will soon become IGCC’s headquarter

International Standard Consulting GmbH & Co. KG. has a long term cooperating relation with IGCC in the field of both standardization and certification. Dr. Norbert Fabricius is working as the Chairman of IGCC Technical Committee. Dr. Werner Bergholz is working as the Vice Chairman of IGCC Technical Committee. The IGCC Technical Committee gives full play to the technical advantages of experts and the authority of the industry to form an overall solution for the certification of graphene industry including standardization, characterization, quality control and inspection.

At present, a total of six companies have gained the IGCC graphene product certification. Dr. Werner Bergholz served as the Chief audior to complete the on-site audit. Dr. Norbert Fabricius issued the certificates to the six certified companies at the GrapChina, world’s biggest graphene industry reunion.

Beside certification, ISC and IGCC together has also succeeded in several cases of standardization in nanomaterials, most of which are based in Greater China Region, and won excellent reputation and honor among the clients and graphene industry. Dr. Norbert Fabricius was invited to visit the headquarters of Sinopec on behalf of IGCC, which promoted the cooperation between IGCC and Sinopec in the field of international standardization. At the GrapChina 2020, ISC, IGCC and Shanghai University signed a memorandum of cooperation to promote comprehensive cooperation in the field of standardization, testing and certification.

Photo: Visit at Sinopec