LANGLEY, B.C. – CSA Group has announced it has opened a new laboratory for testing and certification of high pressure fuel systems and related components used on-board low and zero emission vehicles today.
The company says the new lab caters to the growing market for environmentally-friendly vehicles and the resulting infrastructure that will accompany the shift to alternative fuel sources such as hydrogen and compressed natural gas.
“CSA Group is proud to encourage the adoption of new technologies that promote sustainable living, and our new laboratory in Langley will help introduce new infrastructure and sustainable products to people across North America and globally,” said Magali Depras, COO, CSA Group. “CSA Group has a long history in the transportation industry developing world class standards and providing superior testing and certification services. We are adding new labs and increasing our service offerings to meet the growing and changing needs of our clients and end-users worldwide.”
The new lab and office is 1,800 square metres and “provides contract testing services to all national and international standards and regulations worldwide related to high pressure fuel and fueling systems, allowing for access to North American, and global markets.”
It will also be used to perform test to validate the safety and lifetime endurance of low emission and zero emission alternative fuel vehicles.
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