UL Label

UL Label

An identification affixed to a building material or component, with the authorization of Underwriters’ Laboratories, Inc., indicating that the labeled product: (a) has a rating based on the performance tests of such products; (b) is from a production lot found by examination to be made from materials and by processes essentially identical to those of representative products which have been subjected to appropriate fire, electrical hazard, or other tests for safety; and (c) is subject to the reexamination service of UL.
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As Verification, A Ul Label Shall Be Attached On The Nameplale.
The topics at a lighting conference can be as varied as an Underwriters Laboratories representative's experience creating the UL label for the very first LED luminaire, to a lobbyist who works throughout the country to assist with legislation on lighting-related matters.
Roemer Industries is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, a registered UL label manufacturer, and ITAR and MIL STD 130 compliant.
Quick Personalized UL label Website Will Revolutionize Manufacturing in the USA
I mentioned that we might run only half a dozen of a specific model in a year, which causes forecasting nightmares for our label vendors, since we have the month and year of manufacture on the UL label.
The UL label appears on 19 billion consumer products a year, advising consumers that the items are not considered to carry a risk of electric shock or other problems.
Because UL technicians often frequent the off-site factories, off-site procedures typically receive the UL label of application approval.
If the lamp next to your bed has the UL label, you know they've tried everything they could think of to get it to catch fire, and couldn't.
The mere presence of a UL label does not demonstrate that a product is safe.
Placement of a UL label is voluntary for manufacturers while CE mark placement is mandatory for manufacturers to offer products for sale or distribution in the European Union.