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We know how important it is for your products to meet all approval criteria for the countries in which they are sold. If your products are sold in the US or Canada, you may be required to ensure that all components, including labels, are approved by UL (Underwriters Laboratories) for indoor or outdoor use. We have spent a considerable amount of time understanding the complexities of UL Labelling, so that we can offer guidance to you on the UL approval process.

We have a created some useful resources, including videos, blog articles and e-books, that will begin to explain the basics of UL approved labels.

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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.

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UL Type 'R' Follow-up Service approval process

This short video runs through the process that you need to go through to get the correct UL Mark approved and onto your finished product labels, when you're using Type ‘R’ Follow-up Service from UL.

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UL Type 'L' Follow-up Service approval process

In this short video you will see the process you need to go through when using the Type ‘L’ Follow-up Service from UL, to not only get the correct UL Mark you wish to use approved, but to also get your labels printed by a PGAA supplier.

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UL Follow-up Services explained - impact on labelling

The purpose of this short video is to explain UL's Follow-up Services and the impact that they have on the use of the UL Mark on your labels.

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An Overview of PGAA

There are various steps you need to follow in order to obtain the UL mark and put it onto your products if using a label. This blog provides a short overview of PGAA.

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Recognised component label approval process

This short video explains the processes involved for the recognised component approval process.

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UL labels - what is a UL file number?

In our second video of our UL video series we discuss what a UL file and yellow card refer to.

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The principles of UL 969 for Labels

This is the first video in our short series of UL videos. In this video we focus on the basics of UL 969 for labels, shed light on the differences between PGJI2 (USA), PGJI8 (Canada), PGDQ2 (US) & PGDQ8 (Canada) category codes.

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