AFNOR


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AFNOR

(body, standard)
Association Francaise pour la Normalisation.

The French national standards institute, a member of ISO.

AFNOR

Abbr. for “Association Française de Normalisation.”
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Association Francaise de Normalisation (AFNOR) (1993) AFNOR Standard NF P 94-051.
AFNOR (1988), Recommandation pour obtenir et assurer la qualite en conception.
AFNOR convened a project to develop a standard on performance requirements for purpose-built anti-counterfeiting tools in November 2007 (see HN Vol 22, No 2), with the explicit aim of proposing this as an international standard.
The AFNOR standard procedure was improved by measuring seed TIA in micro titration plates (Gaborit et al., 1993).
In conjunction with the European Commission, STANDARD LINE from BSI, NORIANE from AFNOR and DITR from DIN have been brought together on one compact disc.
The Public Works Authority's (Ashghal) Engineering Business Department has attained ISO 9001:2015 certification for engineering support services from Afnor Groupe, an ISO body member concerned with certification and standardisation, with the assistance of the consultant Apave.
This new validation (NF Validation by AFNOR certification NEO 35/03-01/16) reportedly follows the ANSR for Listeria's kit's initial approval by AOAC International.
They eliminate toxic fumes while purifying ambient air, and meet the AFNOR NFX 15-211 filtration efficiency standard.