Established in 2007, C-Therm Technologies provides sensor solutions for R&D, manufacturing and quality control environments, offering the latest in rapid, non-destructive thermal analysis instrumentation. The company was launched with the acquisition of the assets of Mathis Instruments and is privately held within the Cartmill Group of Companies.
C-Therm Technologies sensor systems offer thermal analysis of the following material properties:
And can test for material consistency, homogeneity, layering, abnormalities.
The technology, which represents a paradigm shift in thermal conductivity measurement, earned the inventor the top award for innovation in Canada (Manning Award). The technology has also won numerous other awards including the R&D 100 award. This coveted international distinction is given to the top 100 innovations worldwide, and puts the sensor technology in the distinguished company of other winners, including the ATM, Polaroid film, and anti-lock brakes.
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 12 years ago.
Cartmill started his first business in 1973, C.S.A. Enterprises Ltd., a technical sales and marketing company for energy efficient lighting and industrial products. In 2002, he launched C-Vision Ltd, an electronics manufacturing company. In 2007, he founded LED Roadway Lighting Ltd (LRL) and was formerly its CEO and president.
Cartmill was named Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year (Atlantic Region) in 2006 and in 2010 he was inducted into Atlantic Business Magazine’s prestigious Top 50 CEO Hall of Fame.