• Acme Bolt Seal
  • Acme Bulldog Seal
  • Acme Bulltip Seal
  • Acme Cable Seal
  • Acme Combilock Seal
  • Acme Crimp pcs Seal
  • Acme Encapsulated T Seal
  • Acme G-Lock
  • Acme Griptight PP Seal
  • Acme Griptight Seal
  • Acme Lead Crosshole Seal
  • Acme Lead Round Seal
  • Acme Sealing tools
  • Acme Sealing wire
  • Acme T Seal
  • Acme X Seal
  • Acme YP10 Seal
  • Acme Barcode Seal
  • Acme M Seal
  • Acme B Seal
  • Acme H Seal
  • Acme Quick Cuff
  • Acme Cable Ties
  • Acme Twister Seal
  • Acme Smartlock Seal


(The information below does not relate to the Acme Bolt Seal that is certified as compliant to IS17712:2010)

In the absence of test reports from an independent laboratory we cannot and do not formally claim compliance BUT by default every Acme Indicative seal is in fact compliant to the current standard.

How? quite simply IS17712:2010 classifies seals as H, S or I on the basis of achieving a minimum set of physical values during  the four physical test procedures for Tensile, Shear, Bending and Impact.

Any seal returning values that are < (less than) those required to be classified as a Security (S) seal are automatically classified as an Indicative (I) seal and there are no minimum values set for Indicative seals.

For this reason we at Acme have not submitted our Indicative seals for formal testing as we know from our own internal product tests that the return values will be < (less than). 

To view our Corporate compliance certification please visit the Certificates section on this site.
Posted on 09 Oct 2011 by Malc