About Us

Simplifying thermal conductivity testing for the materials of tomorrow.

C-Therm is the world leader in thermal conductivity instrumentation for test and measurement of polymers, ceramics, composites, insulation, textiles, and a wide range of other materials. The Canadian tech company is headquartered in Fredericton, NB with a global distribution network of partners.

C-Therm Core Values

Our values guide us.  This is what we stand for and what we aspire to be. Our values inform how we do our jobs and how we treat each other every day, while also helping us make the right decisions for our customers, partners, and collaborators.


Advocate for the customers point of view in all decisions. Customers are the most important part of C-Therm. C-Therm strives to provide high customer satisfaction by making thermal conductivity measurements simple, easy, and fast. Create solutions that are consistent with the value of “doing the right thing”.


At C-Therm we urge individual expression within an overall framework of “crisis-like” collaboration. Proactively bring together the right people with the right information at the right time. Inspire trust by seeking first to understand, then to be understood.


Act assertively as an owner of the business with a sense of urgency. Dare to take stretching, informed risks to deliver breakthrough results sooner rather than later. Capture and exploit learning quickly through a bias toward action.


Take personal responsibility for constantly renewing and capitalizing on your special areas of expertise. Deliver broad business advantage by aggressively creating, sharing, and reapplying knowledge.


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View our current opportunities on the Careers page.

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C-Therm Technologies (formerly Mathis Instruments) has made remarkable progress in commercializing the patented non-destructive instrumentation since the technology’s original inception at the University of New Brunswick over 15 years ago.

Sept 2001
National Engineering Award for Support For Women
Feb 2001
Inaugural Award by the Canadian Council of Professional Engineers
Jan 2002
Successfully introduced two new solutions products TC-30™ revolutionizing thermal conductivity measurement and the BT-08™, taking blend uniformity testing to a new level.


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