UL Type 'R' Follow-up Service approval process

As discussed in the 'UL follow-up service explained - impact on labelling' video, once you've received your certification for our product, you then need to get the appropriate UL Mark printed onto the label. This short video explains your options when it comes to the 'R' type follow up service and what process needs to be followed to get the correct UL Mark approved. 

We have also created a flowchart that maps out the 'R' type approval process. Click here to view.

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