Repair and maintenance

Trescal offers its expertise in the repair of test measurement equipment.

We ensure test measurement equipment is in an operational condition by managing the maintenance, repair and equipment obsolescence, thanks to our experienced teams of engineers and technicians, as well as our multi-brand, multi-product and multi-domain capabilities.

The maintenance of equipment and systems requires the technological expertise, in-depth knowledge of operating and measurement principles of equipment, and specialized diagnostic tools.

Trescal offers a degree of responsiveness and a geographical coverage that is unique and unmatched by its competitors thanks to an extensive and specialized network of laboratories as well as a dedicated organization that enables the pooling of expertize and available resources. To further complement its service offerings, Trescal also optimizes equipment availability using alternative asset management solutions by providing replacement equipment when assets are unavailable, beyond economical repair or become obsolete.

Additionally, Trescal is also skilled in maintaining and developing services in civil and military bench tests systems.

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Trescal engineer repairing a measuring instrument

Our repair offer in Canada

Our Montreal repair centre allows us to intervene on instruments of several hundreds of different brands, and all types of instruments are accepted; no matter the domain! The Montreal repair center services all Trescal laboratories in Canada.

Units that require repair in order to be successfully calibrated are sent to the repairs and overhaul department for processing. Based on an efficient cell concept, this key facility is staffed by technicians with extensive troubleshooting experience; some with over 20 years in the business! 

We stock a large inventory of common parts and we are able to quickly obtain specialty components from almost any supplier around the world. We can also retrofit or modify parts if originals are no longer available thus preserving older legacy instruments.