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Jean-Pierre Rioux - General Manager
EMC, Environmental and Mechanical Services
Established in 2000 as Fiarex Testing Laboratory and CEM Testing Laboratory, these Montreal labs joined NTS in 2017 to bolster our already extensive range of test services. All delivered by an experienced and resourceful team dedicated to meeting the testing needs of our aerospace, defense, transportation and other client partners. The Boucherville location is home to our EMI capabilities in the region, while the Chambly facility is where you will find our Dynamic and Climatic testing, click here to learn more about our Chambly, QC testing laboratory.
EMI / EMC Testing
The conformity to electromagnetic compatibility and interference (EMC and EMI) norms and regulations is a crucial step in the development of every electric and electronic product. Put our technical expertise, semi-anechoic chambers, and state-of-the-art equipment behind your next project.
The NTS Boucherville EMC testing laboratory is fully equipped and ready to support during your products’ EMC and EMI qualification process—from prototype development to proper product certification. NTS also offers counseling services, to help reduce development time and promote a more efficient certification process.
When it comes to the simulation of the behaviour of a product under intense environmental conditions, NTS Chambly is the primary choice for many high tech manufacturers. Visit the Chambly location page now to learn more.
Dynamic and Mechanical Testing
Product validation can be made at various stages of development, and NTS has the expertise to perform validation of prototypes, product robustness limits and product qualification. Our expertise facilitates the analysis of product reliability and robustness improvement using the most advanced techniques. NTS offers acceleration testing, mechanical shock testing (free-fall and shaker), transportation simulation, free-fall drop testing, tensile, compression and cycling, HALT, foreign object impact resistance and vibration testing.
Click here to download the Montreal fact sheet for more details on specifications, tests, and capabilities. Contact us today to discuss your next program!
If you are in Canada and would like to see our information in French, please visit our Quebec website at www.nts-canada.ca.