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SAE J2412 and SAE J2527 are now offered at Micom Laboratories.

Micom Laboratories is pleased to announce that it now offers the SAE J2412 test as well as the SAE J2527 test as part of its offering for UV testing and Automotive testing services.

SAE J2412 versus SAE J2527

SAE J2412 is a performance based standard for accelerated weathering that uses a Xenon Arc as a light sources to simulate indoor exposure to sunlight on an accelerated basis.

On the other hand, the SAE J2527 is a performance based standard for accelerated weathering that uses a Xenon Arc as a light sources to simulate outdoor exposure to sunlight on an accelerated basis.

Micom offers automotive testing for a wide range of materials, products and sub assemblies.  In addition, Micom offers a wide variety of mechanical and physico-chemical material testing to the automotive industry according to various standards ASTM, SAE, MIL-STD, ISTA, ANSI, CSA, BRP, GM & others).

If you require more information about the SAE J2412 test and SAE J2527 test we invite you to contact our material testing laboratory today. It will be our pleasure to talk to your about material testing and review your custom furniture testing requirements.

Micom Laboratories is a third party industrial material testing laboratory accredited by the Standards Council of Canada, CGSB, ISTA and many other organizations.


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Michel Comtois

Michel Comtois

Michel Comtois is an accomplished founder and CEO of Micom Laboratories Inc., an ISO/IEC 17025 (2017) A2LA-accredited independent laboratory specializing in product and material testing services. Before establishing Micom Laboratories in 1999, Michel, who also holds a Master’s degree in Physical Chemistry, gained extensive experience over a 14-year tenure managing departments spanning physical chemistry, physics, mechanical and material testing in research and contract laboratories. This exposure granted him a profound understanding of the intricacies of development and material testing processes.

In addition to his practical experience, Michel has played influential roles on various voluntary technical committees. He notably, served as the chairperson for CAN/CGSB 44.227 and the Head of the Canadian Delegation for ISO TC 136. He also contributed to the following technical committees: CAN/CGSB 44.229, CAN/CGSB 44.232, ANSI/BIFMA X5.1, ANSI/BIFMA X5.5, ANSI/BIFMA X5.6, ANSI/BIFMA X 5.9 ANSI/BIFMA X5.11, ISTA Certification Council.

Leveraging his unique expertise, he has led Micom Laboratories to become a renowned name in its niche, now operating out of a 16,000-square-foot test facility in Montreal, Canada, and serving a diverse customer base with an array of material and product testing services. Follow Michel on LinkedIn

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