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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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This follows AFNOR CERTIFICATION's validation in December of the same product's efficacy finding Salmonella spp.
Colin LeGood, SDIX Manager of Distribution and Business Development for Europe and Asia Pacific, said, "SDIX's investment in obtaining the AFNOR VALIDATION demonstrates our commitment to serving the international food pathogen testing markets.
For lot 9 asbestos means the certificate holder to be candidates Qualibat 1552 and / or AFNOR asbestos.
mobiLead is an expert on NFC, QR Code and the Internet of Things technologies (IoT) at AFNOR, member of ISO (International Organization for Standardization).
Russia CIS India Spain Switzerland Other EU Other NAFTA Other Europe Other Asia/Pacific Other Latin America Rest of World Timeframe 2012 base year 2013 Estimated Forecasts: 2014-2018 Volume I: Executive Summary Section One: Technology Overview Global Technological Environment International Standards ANSI Standards ISO (International Standards Organization) Standards JIS, AFNOR, BSI, DIN, UNI, SACS and CAM
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.
AFNOR is the French national organization for international standardization activities, information provisions, certifications and trainings.
2 Quantitative requirements of a dental office on the level of light required viewing, set by standards ISO AFNOR, ranging between the brightness value of 100 LUX in terms of relaxation and up to 20,000 LUX for high fidelity interventions.
The following soil determinations were made: pH, total organic carbon (TOC), total calcium carbonate (equivalent calcium carbonate), granulometric analysis, cationic exchangeable capacity (CEC), sum total of the exchangeable cations (S), and the exchangeable cations saturation percentage (% V), following the methods of the ISRIC (1995); textures are classified according to the International Society of Soil Science (ISSS); total nitrogen was analysed with the variant of Bouat and Crouzet (1965); and active limestone (calcium carbonate extractable with ammonium oxalate) was determined according to AFNOR (1982).
is responsible for writing the AFNOR standard (Association French Normalization Organization Regulation) while having worked with different analytical laboratories throughout France.
Four years of research and development at the company's central lab in Dieppe on the French coast, with the assistance of parent Nestle's research centers, were invested in this patented process, which conforms to the specifications of the new AFNOR NF V45 074 standard.
Two CD-ROMs have been produced on technical standards, namely Perinorm covering BSI (British Standards Institute), AFNOR and DIN (the German standards organization) standards as well as ISO and IEC international standards, and Standards Infodisk/ILI with wider country coverage as well as ISO, IEC, CEN (European Committee for Standardization), CENELEC (European Committee for Electro-technical Standardization) and ITU (International Telecommunications Union) standards.