Violations of the CRP
The AMCA Certified Ratings Program (CRP) can be violated a number of ways. The most common infractions include presenting a noncertified product as certified, failure to provide a check-test sample, failure to correct a product after a failed check test, changing a product without notification, and failure to correct a catalog after a product line is withdrawn.
Enforced Certification Withdrawals
The products listed below have had their certification withdrawn because of a CRP violation.
Program Violation Notices
The products listed below are in violation of the AMCA CRP, but have not yet had their certification withdrawn.
The products in the list below are not certified to bear the AMCA CRP Seal.