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Having fabric tested to UL specifications

June 1st, 2010 / By: / Resources

My client wants me to use a fabric that is tested to a UL specification. Does that have to be done at UL?

Underwriters Laboratories is an independent organization that specializes in writing safety-related specifications. If your client wants a material that is certified by UL to one of their specifications, then, yes, it must be tested by a UL facility. If however, your client simply wishes the fabric to be tested to a UL specification, then any testing facility should be able to accomplish that for you.

SOURCE Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

Juli Case is IFAI’s information and technical services manager.

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