Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Introduction to UL
UL is a global and independent company engaged in safety science. It has more than a century of expertise in the field of innovative safety solutions, from public electricity to breakthrough renewable emerging energy and nanotechnology. UL covers All aspects of various disciplines. UL is committed to creating a safer living and working environment for the public, ensuring the safety of the public, products and places, thereby promoting global trade and providing public peace of mind.
UL is short for Underwriter Laboratories Inc. (Underwriter Laboratories Inc.). UL safety testing institute is authoritative in the United States, and it is also a large private organization engaged in safety testing and appraisal in the world. It is an independent, non-profit professional organization that conducts experiments for public safety. It uses scientific testing methods to study and determine whether various materials, devices, products, equipment, buildings, etc. are harmful to life and property and the degree of harm; determine, write, and issue corresponding standards and help reduce and prevent life Data on property losses, while conducting fact-finding research business.
UL was founded in 1894. In the initial stage, UL mainly relied on funds provided by the fire insurance department to maintain its operations. It was not until 1916 that UL was completely independent. After nearly a hundred years of development, UL has become a world-renowned certification body with a complete set of strict organization management system, standard development and product certification procedures. UL is managed by a board of directors composed of representatives from safety experts, government officials, consumers, education, public utilities, insurance, and standards departments. The daily work is handled by the president and vice president. UL currently has five laboratories in the United States, headquartered in Northbrook Town, north of Chicago, and has established corresponding laboratories in Taiwan and Hong Kong. On January 13, 2003, UL was registered in China and China's authoritative inspection and certification organization-China Inspection and Certification (Group) Co., Ltd., and a global joint venture subsidiary established UL-CCIC. It is now headquartered in Shanghai and in Shanghai, Guangzhou, Suzhou, Beijing and Chongqing have branch offices, and Suzhou and Guangzhou are the company's main test bases.
UL provides certification, inspection, testing, inspection, audit, consulting and training services. Our knowledge and expertise can help customers calmly deal with increasingly complex supply chain problems-from laws and regulations, to trade challenges and market access.
Advantages of cooperation between Chinese companies and UL
●Enterprises will directly benefit from UL’s "Safety throughout the product life cycle" concept. As early as the product development stage, the company will regard product safety as a core element, and pursue safer and high-quality products, so as to gain access to domestic and international markets. Recognized.
●With the UL safety mark, the company will be more competitive in global market access, and at the same time build brand awareness on the international stage.
●The cooperation between the company and UL in the laboratory can shorten the testing time of new products, improve the overall technical capabilities of the company, and at the same time improve product performance, and further comply with the requirements of international laws and regulations.
●Enterprises cooperating with UL will have the opportunity to become members of UL Standard Technology Groups (STPs), thereby entering the international arena and mastering the right to speak in the industry.
●The "UL logo" not only becomes a bonus tool for the company's brand differentiation, but also further reflects the company's unremitting pursuit of excellent product quality.
USA UL and MEIDE (USA UL and MEIDE)
●The qualification of MEIDE authorized by UL:
UL WTDP (Virtue test, UL issue certificate) / UL WTDP (MEIDE test, ULissue certificate)
●The product line of MEIDE authorized by UL:
ITE, AV, Household and Similar electrical appliance, Luminaries, Electric tools
●The standard of MEIDE authorized by UL:
Safety standards: UL153, UL1598, UL1993, UL8750, UL2108, UL1786, UL1598C, UL1574, UL962, UL935
Plug standards: EN50075, AS/NZS3112, BS1363-1
●The Strengthsscope of UL Company:
United States/USA: UL/cUL
IEC Report/IEC Test Repor: CB
Nordic fourcountries: D+Nordic
Canada energy efficiency certification: NRcan
USA energy efficiency certification: CEC, DOE, Energy Star
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