2425 Industrial Boulevard,
Chambly QC J3L 4W3
T: 450.279.1006 | F: 450.279.1014
Boucherville, QC J4B 5H3
T: 450.868.0360 | F: 450.868.0351
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Established in 2000 as Fiarex Testing Laboratory and CEM Testing Laboratory, the Montreal labs joined NTS in 2017 and offer an extensive array of test services delivered by an experienced and resourceful team dedicated to serving the testing needs of Aerospace, Defense, Transportation and a variety of Commercial customers.
The validation of a product can be made at various stages of development, and NTS has the expertise to perform validation of prototypes, product robustness limits, and product qualification.
The expertise developed by our representatives allows analysis of product reliability and robustness improvement with 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.
NTS is the primary choice for many high tech manufacturers when it comes to the simulation of the behaviour of a product under intense environmental conditions. NTS can simulate a variety of environmental conditions including thermal shock, high and low temperature conditioning, humidity, thermal cycling, salt-fog corrosion, altitude, vacuum, pressure and fluid susceptibility.
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. With our technical expertise, semi-anechoic chambers, and state-of-the-art equipment, our Montreal EMC testing laboratory is your designated partner to provide support during your product's EMC and EMI qualification process; from prototype development to a proper product certification. NTS is also able to offer counseling services, allowing a reduced development time and more efficient certification process.
Click here to download the Montreal fact sheet for more details on specifications, tests, and capabilities. Contact us today to discuss your next program!
Updated January 26, 2017