What Does It Mean UL ?
UL stands for Underwriter Laboratories, a third-party certification company that’s been around for over a century. UL was founded in 1894 in Chicago. They certify products with the aim to make the world a safer place for both workers and human. Besides testing, they set industry standards to follow when innovating new products.
What Does It Mean to Be UL Recognized?
The biggest difference between UL recognition and UL certified or classified is that it does not apply a seal of approval to end products.
UL Recognition service is less consumer-facing and focuses more on machinery and parts that make other products.
UL Recognition is most seen in factories, in the form of power supplies or circuit boards that are used to power other than machinery. UL Recognition make sure the safety and efficiency of machinery used by workers.
UL Recognized stamps are generally easier to attain than UL Listed. This is because manufacturers can pick and choose which components are certified within a larger system.
UL Recognized certification can be applied to any component part, or even to some of protective materials. If you want to get the UL logo on your stand-alone products, you must get a UL Listed seal of approval.
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