Testing Laboratories

This page lists wheelchair testing laboratories in seven groupings. In each grouping, a PDF document provides full contact information for associated testing laboratories.

RESNA does not specifically endorse any of these testing facilities, nor are these test laboratories or their test results certified in any way.


Wheelchair Testing

The facilities below have conducted power mobility device testing and are members of the RESNA Standards Committee on Wheelchairs. (Download PDF Document)

Beneficial Designs, Inc.
University of Pittsburgh Human Engineering Research Lab (HERL)
William A. Ammer Consulting


Wheelchair Transportation Testing

The laboratories listed below have the facilities and equipment for testing wheelchairs and wheelchair tiedown and restraint systems (WTORS) in accordance with the requirements and test methods specified in Sections 18 and 19 of Volume 4 of the RESNA Technical Standards, Wheelchairs and Transportation. The Biosciences Group at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) also has the facilities for testing wheelchair seating systems in accordance with Section 20 of Volume 4. (Download PDF Document)

IMMI and the Center for Advanced Product Evaluation (CAPE)
University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI)
IQ Research Centre (Q'STRAINT)


Wheelchair Cushion Testing

The facilities below have conducted wheelchair seating testing and are members of the RESNA Standards Committee on Wheelchair Seating. (Download PDF Document)

EC Services
Element Materials Technology
Rehabilitation Engineering and Applied Research Lab (REAR)
University of Pittsburgh Tissue Integrity Lab
 


Electromagnetic Compatibility Testing

The facilities below have conducted power mobility device testing and are members of the RESNA Standards Committee on Wheelchairs. (Download PDF Document)

Radiometrics Midwest Corporation EMC Compliance Laboratory

 


 

Use-Ability Product Testing Laboratory

The facility below has conducted product use-ability testing and is a member of the RESNA Standards Committee on Cognitive Technologies.  (Download PDF Document

Center for Inclusive Design and Engineering (CIDE) (formerly Assistive Technology Partners)


Emergency Stair Travel Devices used by Individuals with Disabilities

The facility below has conducted emergency stair travel device testing and is a member of the RESNA Standards Committee on Emergency Stair Travel Devices used by Individuals with Disabilities.  (Download PDF Document)

University of Illinois at Chicago

 


Support Surfaces

The facilities below have conducted support surface testing and are members of the RESNA Standards Committee on Support Surfaces.  (Download PDF Document)

EC Service Corp.

Element Materials Technology

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