What is the UL Mark approval process for the ‘L’ Type Follow-up Service (LISTED, CLASSIFIED, RECOGNISED, CERTIFIED)?Read more
Q & A: UL Mark approval process for the ‘R’ Type Follow-up Service
What is the full UL Mark approval process for the ‘R’ Type Follow-up Service? (LISTED, CLASSIFIED, CERTIFIED)
The customer receives product certification.
The customer builds the UL Mark’s elements based on the 'Listings and Classifications Mark Data Page' included in the file procedure for their product, or by checking the UL Mark’s elements on the Guide Card at https://iq.ulprospector.com/en/ or by contacting the UL Label Centre if they wish to use the Certified Mark.
The customer downloads legacy UL marks from the UL website https://marks.ul.com/about/ul-listing-and-classification-marks/ or requests the Enhanced Mark in the UL ‘Marks Hub’ https://markshub.ul.com/
The customer prepares a label layout and submits it to the Label Centre for approval with the Req # from the Marks Hub for the Enhanced UL Mark. https://marks.ul.com/about/designing-and-ordering-ul-marks/type-r-review-request-form/
Local UL Label Centre sends this stamped/approved artwork back to the UL customer
UL customer sends this stamped artwork to the PGAA approved label supplier
Note: LEGACY MARK only (LISTED/CLASSIFIED):
The UL customer can submit the UL authorisation to the label supplier in the form of a label layout that has been stamped, signed and dated by a representative of UL’s Label Centre or as an alternative the UL customer may provide a copy of the UL Mark description contained on a 'Listings and Classifications Mark Data Page' from their UL Procedure if they are using the traditional Classified Mark.
Either of these documents is the supplier’s authorisation to reproduce the UL Mark.
- PGAA approved label supplier manufactures the labels
- PGAA approved label supplier holds authorisation on file for their follow up service inspection
- UL customer re-orders labels from the PGAA approved supplier at any time without the involvement of the UL Label Centre.
Refer to CILS Flowchart ‘R’ - click here
Q & A: Everything to do with UL Marks
The process for putting a UL Mark onto a ‘Combined Label’ is incredibly complicated and to help our customers we have compiled this guide in a question and answer format.Read more
An overview of UL Marks
In this short video, we discuss what the difference between the various UL marks are that you can often find on labels.Read more