UL certification is a non-mandatory certification in the United States, mainly testing and certification of product safety performance, and its certification scope does not include the EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) characteristics of products. UL is an independent, not-for-profit, professional organization that tests for public safety. UL was founded in 1894. In the initial stage, UL mainly relied on the funds provided by the fire insurance department to maintain its operation. 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 set of strict organizational management systems, standard development and product certification procedures.
The UL certification was founded by the certification, standard development agency, agency agency, agency agency. 1894, and UL is also the developer of Canadian national standards.
Obtaining UL Certification is important because it demonstrates the manufacturer’s and service providers’ competency. Consumers want to know the company they hire to install their equipment is qualified to do the job right, and that they take the time to ensure that all of the products they install are tested and meet safety standards. UL Certification also shows that a company meets all local and federal safety and environmental regulations. You can rest assured knowing that your employees and customers are safe.
The UL Verification Mark provides objective, science-based third-party testing and verification for manufacturers’ marketing claims for their products, such as product performance, quality, and function claims.
1. The product adopts a variety of product safety; when consumers and units choose US product certification, it is convenient to choose product marks with the entire market.
2. The history of UL has a history of more than 100 years. Your image is deeply rooted in consumers and the government. If you do not sell products to consumers, you will inevitably require products to have UL certification, so that products can be repeated.
3. American consumers and purchasing units have more confidence in the company’s products.
4. There are more than 40,000 administrative districts in the United States federal, state, county, and municipal governments, all of which recognize the UL certification mark.
The UL certificate obtained by Soloon products is of great significance to the sales of our products in the United States, Canada and other countries.