The AMCA Laboratory Accreditation Program is governed by AMCA Publication 111. It provides a means for laboratory qualification for testing products in accordance with test methods recognized by AMCA. Laboratory accreditation involves rigorous audits of test equipment and laboratory procedures to ensure the integrity and competence of the laboratory.

  • Laboratory accreditation is not a substitute for AMCA product certification.
  • Product performance data based on tests in an AMCA Accredited Laboratory are not to be construed as being licensed to bear the AMCA Seal.

The AMCA Certified Ratings Program (CRP) for products is separate and distinct from AMCA’s Laboratory Accreditation Program. However, laboratory accreditation is not a prerequisite for a manufacturer to obtain AMCA Certified Ratings for products.

Please visit the AMCA Directory of Certified Products to verify if a product is certified.

The manufacturers listed below are currently licensed under AMCA’s Laboratory Accreditation.

Accredited labs by region

  • All Regions
  • Asia
  • Europe
  • Mexico
  • Middle East
  • North America
  • South America