|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Certificate|
|Certifications Provided||ISO 17712 Certification|
|Target Location||Pan India|
|Document verification Mode||Online|
|Type of Certification||New Certification|
|Type of Industry||Container Seal|
|Mode of Report||Soft Copy|
CDG is an accredited testing laboratory & inspection body for ISO 17712 certification.
ISO 17712 establishes uniform procedures for the classification, acceptance, and withdrawal of acceptance of mechanical freight container seals. It provides a single source of information on mechanical seals which are acceptable for securing freight containers in international commerce. ISO 17712:2013 is not applicable to special-purpose seals, such as fiber-optic and sophisticated electronic seals.
Seals that conform to this International Standard are suitable for other applications, such as bulk railcars or truck trailers used in cross-border and domestic operations. Users and regulatory agencies can apply this International Standard to other applications as they deem appropriate
high-security seal-seal that is constructed and manufactured of material such as metal or metal cable with the intent to delay intrusion. High-security seals can generally be removed with substantial bolt cutters or cable cutters.
security seal-seal that is constructed and manufactured of material that provides limited resistance to intrusion and requires lightweight tools for removal
indicative seal-seal that is constructed and manufactured of material that can easily be broken by hand or by using a simple snipping tool or shear
Manufacturer-company or entity that either owns the seal-producing factory or contracts to buy made-to-order seals for resale from a third-party factory
bar code-automatic identification technology that encodes information into an array of parallel bars and spaces of varying widths
defeated seal-seal which has been opened or removed and replaced or reconstructed without detectable evidence of tampering
Tampering-attempt to open or remove and then replace or reconstruct a seal without leaving detectable evidence of the attempt
tamper evidence-tell-tale indication that an attempt has been made to open or remove and then replace or reconstruct without detectable evidence of that attempt
Inductiveness-ability to reveal evidence after attempts have been made to tamper with the seal
Terms describing different types of mechanical seals
wire seal-length of wire secured in a loop by some type of seizing device
padlock seal-locking body with a bail attached
strap seal-metal or plastic strap secured in a loop by inserting one end into or through a protected (covered) locking mechanism on the other end
cable seal-cable and a locking mechanism
bolt seal-metal rod, threaded or unthreaded, flexible or rigid, with a formed head, secured with a separate locking mechanism
pull-up seal-indicative seal consisting of a thin strip of material, serrated or non-serrated, with a locking mechanism attached to one end
twist seal-steel rod or heavy-gauge wire of various diameters, which is inserted through the locking fixture and twisted around itself by use of a special tool
scored seal-metal strip which is scored perpendicular to the length of the strip
label seal-frangible seal consisting of a paper or plastic backing with adhesive
barrier seal-designed to provide a significant barrier to container entry
A barrier seal can enclose a portion of the inner locking rods on a container. Barrier seals can be designed to be reusable.