For a technical services laboratory, collaboration with external entities resulting in an enrichment of technologies and skills, providing a clear advantage in favor of the companies.

The main technology and institutional partners of Tecnolab are:

INRIM - National Institute of Metrological Research
The National Institute of Metrological Research is a public body whose purpose is to conduct and promote scientific research activities in metrological fields. In particular, its research in measurement and materials science, as well as innovative technologies, is internationally recognized. 
Anitec Srl
Anitec represents the companies that provide services and technologies regarding the ICT supply chain operating in Italy in the economic, industrial, social, technological and training context.
Polytechnic and Universities of Turin
Certain aspects concerning the activities of Tecnolab require a comparison with academic realities. The Turin Athenaeums have always been a reference point in the educational and cultural field.
Tissuegraft srls
The products proposed by TissueGraft require appropriately decellularized biological matrices, so as to eliminate the risk of immunogenic reactions to implants. TissueGraft biological matrices can be activated and subsequently enriched with bioactive substances (eg antibiotics, peptides, growth factors, etc.) in order to optimize their surgical use according to clinical needs; this technology, the first of its kind, is unique in the world and represents a new application frontier.  

Tecnolab is also a member of:

UNI - Italian National Unification Body
UNI standards are documents that define the state of the art of products, processes and services, specifying "how to do things properly" by guaranteeing safety, environmental protection, and performance.
CEI - Italian Electrotechnical Committee
Founded in 1909, CEI is recognized by the Italian Government and by the European Union as the head of technical standardization in regards to the Electrotechnical, Electronic and Telecommunications sectors. The technical standards assist in defining what the law refers to as "good engineering practice".