ISO Pas 17712:2010 Certification

ISO Pas 17712:2010 Certification Freight Containers – Mechanical Seals Certification

ISO Pas 17712:2010 Certification establishes a uniform process for the classification, acceptance, and withdrawal of receipt of mechanical freight container seals. It gives a single source of information on mechanical seals that are suitable for securing freight containers in international commerce.

The reason for mechanical seals is, as part of a security system, to decide whether a freight container has been tampered with, i.e. whether there has been unauthorized entry into the container throughout its doors. Seals can be efficient only if seal users properly select, store, account for, apply, document and attend to seals before use and in use; whilst these problems are not addressed in ISO 17712:2010, they are appropriate to successful use of the seals covered by ISO 17712:2010.

International Standard ISO 17712 replaced ISO’s Publicly Available Specification (ISO/PAS) 17712 in September 2010. The Standard refined test processes and added a technical requirement for bolt seals. More significantly, the Standard added new test needs for tamper confirmation that applies to all seals that claim ISO compliance, regardless of type. Tamper confirmation test certification goes into effect 1 March 2012, after an 18 month transition period. General needs stipulate that mechanical security seals must be:

  • Strong and durable against weather, chemical action, and undetectable tampering.
  • Easy to apply and seal.
  • Permanently and uniquely marked and numbered.
  • Marked with a simply particular manufacturer’s logo.
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Benefits of ISO Pas 17712:2010 Certification

  • When inspecting seals for signs of tampering, tamper-evident seals should permit personnel, with the suitable training, to detect compromised seals easier.
  • Decreased possibility of unauthorized material being inserted into containers or other instruments of international traffic (IIT).
  • Reduced possibility of cargo theft or tampering.
  • Decreasing shipping delays that result when seals are misplaced or broken.