How do I know if my UL is certified?
Check the Label
- Look for the UL trademark!
- Right under the UL trademark, the word LISTED or CLASSIFIED will appear in all capital letters.
- Under LISTED/CLASSIFIED you will find what the product is.
- Most importantly, under the product identity is the control or issue number.
What is a UL sticker?
UL stands for Underwriters’ Laboratories, Inc., and the UL certification process is required for many different products that are sold in the United States. The UL sticker provides consumers with a guarantee that their product has been tested and approved by UL’s team of technicians.
Can you print your own UL labels?
If you want to print your own UL Marks, you will need to fill out an application and pay a one-time fee to receive a formal authorization from UL. UL Printed Labels: More than likely, you may need to have a printed label applied to your product that will permanently adhere to specific surface and use conditions.
What is on a UL label?
UL-approved labels signify that a product label has been both tested and certified to a specific UL standard. All labels bearing the mark of “UL” have also been tested and certified under the marking standards for UL 969 labels.
How do you read UL?
The UL Classification Marking appearing on a product typically consists of four required elements:
- UL in a circle symbol.
- Word Classified.
- Product name or company name/file number.
- Issue/serial number or alphanumeric control number.
What UL 969?
Sometimes referred to as ANSI 969, UL 969 is the standard for labels and markings. Items produced under this standard are pre-qualified and tested by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) for durability. Specifically, UL 969 is the standard for marking and labeling systems used for permanent product identification.
Who can apply a UL label?
Once the label is approved by UL, an authorized UL label supplier must be used when manufacturing the label. Under the authorized label supplier program, companies are required to use only UL listed labels that have been supplied by authorized companies. These are companies that Underwriters Laboratories have approved.