Often company Websites make claims about products being AFRDI tested and certified. Sometimes one of our logos is included in the claim, other times it is a text-based reference to us.

Claims often extend to numerous options when only one (1) option has been evaluated. Our certificates will always be explicit in this regard.

These are ways you can conduct your due diligence:

  1. Ask the supplier for a copy of the AFRDI certificate, and check the product description and expiry date;
  2. Check the product is included in the relevant (regularly updated) list of AFRDI certifications on our Website; and
  3. Contact us direct with any enquiries.
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