ACRS - Frequently Asked Question

1 Why have ACRS?
2 What is the aim of ACRS?
3 Is ACRS independent?
4 So, who runs ACRS?
5 Does ACRS set the “standard”?
6 Is ACRS the only product certification system?
7 Is ACRS compulsory?
8 How much of the reinforcing steel and mesh used in Australia is ACRS certified? What about structural steels?
9 Does an ACRS certificate cover all the materials and processes of a certificate holder?
10 Does ACRS do the same thing as a QA system?
11 Is certification restrictive?
12 Does ACRS increase costs?
13 How long does it take to get ACRS certification?

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About ACRS

The Australasian Certification Authority for Reinforcing and Structural Steels (“ACRS”) owns and administers three consumer-oriented, independent, expert, not-for-profit, third-party steel certification schemes: Product Conformity, Product Traceability, and Quality Systems.

Our Contacts

Suite 118, 133 Alexander St
Crows Nest NSW Australia
+61 2 9965 7216
Email: info@steelcertification.com
Post: PO Box 1369 CROWS NEST NSW 1585 AUSTRALIA
ACRS Member Companies

ACRS member companies support and represent a balanced range of interests, including government, specifiers, builders certifiers and suppliers. ACRS members endorse ACRS certification though their organisations and practice.