The UL mark or Underwriters Laboratories product certification is run as a non-profit, nongovernmental organization. They have more than 1,000 different safety standards. Millions of products and product components are tested by UL in order to help consumers feel more confident about the products they use.
UL-certification derives from Underwriter’s Laboratory, an organization that tests and certifies electrical devices and appliances for consumer safety. UL certification is not mandatory; however, sellers are responsible for ensuring the safety of their products.
UL is Underwriters Laboratories Inc, a product safety certification company. They evaluate about 19,000 different types of products and write standards for safety. They are focused on promoting the safety of both household and commercial products. UL has been in business since 1894.
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