Tuesday, 12 December 2017

UL Approved Labels for Certifying Safety Standards of Different Applications

Underwriter Laboratories (UL) is an independent safety organization that has been testing products for consumer safety. Once the certification process by UL is performed, it provides a label over the tested product to mark that it is safe for consumers. UL has designated different label materials for different surfaces in which the products are manufactured. Many companies have been authorized by UL to produce UL Approved Labels for various product surfaces. They are printing labels in two types as

    Type R: It requires a stamped composition drawing or classification/listing mark data page.
    Type L: It requires an authorization order from UL with serial or issue/lot numbers

In addition to this, you can also get PGDQ2 or UL 969 compliant labels from these companies. Mostly, the labels are used in military, medical, manufacturing, telecommunications and aerospace industries. Also, component suppliers and manufacturers of UL approved products can get their labels printed from these companies. The labels are printed on different types of materials as approved by UL such as aluminum, metalphoto, vinyl, polycarbonate, polyester and many more. In general, industrial labels are printed in three forms as custom labels, roll labels and safety labels.


Based on the surface of your application or product, you can get in touch with different companies for label printing. Most of them are contactable through their websites.

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