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) (1998) AFNOR Standard NF P94-068.
No existe en la actualidad ninguna estructura organizacional conocida en el mundo que este normalizada o estandarizada (que no es lo mismo), a excepcion de AFNOR, que es la que vamos a aplicar, y la del IRAM.
Meanwhile, the European Standards Committee (CEN) Workshop to develop an agreement on Anticounterfeiting: Protocols for the Detection of Counterfeits (also see HN Vol 22, No 2) had also intended to propose a version of its CEN Workshop Agreement to ISO, and became concerned that AFNOR was presenting its proposal to a TC composed of experts on industrial automation, on the grounds that this is not an appropriate group to consider anti-counterfeiting issues.
The only indication for therapeutic-grade oil is whether it meets ISO (International Standards Organization) or AFNOR standards.
0 ([dagger])([dagger]) t test(#) a AFNOR procedure AOCS procedure Entry (XP V18-202) (BA12 75 2983) TUI [mg.
This follows AFNOR CERTIFICATION's validation in December of the same product's efficacy finding Salmonella spp.
AFNOR Certification est une societe notifiee pour plusieurs directives europeennes afin de delivrer le marquage CE, qui atteste la conformite des produits aux exigences reglementaires europeennes.
Earlier this year, the mericon Salmonella kit was certified NF Validation by AFNOR Certification in Europe for the detection of Salmonella in food, feed and environmental samples (excluding primary production stage environment) under the reference Q1A 36/01-02/13.
The units exceed OSHA, ANSI, BSI, and AFNOR safety standards.
AFNOR is the French national organization for international standardization activities, information provisions, certifications and trainings.
For the hologram industry, the problem is that several of these proposed standards address the requirements of network-based digital coding systems, and AFNOR, one of the organisations developing such a standard, has proposed to the International Standards Organisation that the in-development AFNOR system should become the basis of an ISO standard.