Cellbond is an award-winning global business which specialises in the design, development and manufacture of equipment for vehicle crash testing worldwide. Vehicle crash tests allow manufacturers to measure ATD injuries and to validate passive safety features including restraint solutions and car body structures against legislative requirements. Cellbond has been at the forefront of the design, development and manufacture of passive safety testing products and equipment for over 30 years. During that time, Cellbond has built a strong reputation for supplying consistently high-quality products with excellent repeatability rates which enable our customers to measure the protective performance of a vehicle when carrying human occupants.
Since the business was established in 1988 Cellbond has built trusted relationships with customers across the globe. As well as Cellbond’s headquarters in the UK, we have offices in Germany, The Netherlands, Spain, Japan and USA, and are represented by Agents in China, South Korea and India.
Our extensive portfolio of products includes: energy absorbers, deformable aluminium crash test barriers, FE crash test barrier models (developed in LS-Dyna and Radioss and available through the ARUP and Altair sales networks), moving impact trolleys, Q-Series crash test dummies and associated FE Models (available from Phitec Ingegneria) the THOR-50M male dummy, headforms, aluminium honeycomb calibration core, Flex-PLI and aPLI Legforms and FE Models (available from ATD-Models GmbH), test equipment and spare parts.
Cellbond’s services include crash test dummy calibration and certification, and product research, design and development. Cellbond works in collaboration with automobile manufacturers, consumer organisations, safety and testing agencies, NCAP organisations including Euro NCAP, and government institutes including NHTSA.
In April 2017 Cellbond was named as a recipient of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise: International Trade, and in June 2019 Cellbond’s Founder and Chairman, Mike Ashmead, was awarded the OBE in recognition of his services to export and innovation.