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Label-Aid Systems is part of the UL Authorized Label Suppliers Program (PGAA) which means we can meet all of your UL label needs, providing you with Recognized Component Labels, Certification Marks, or Combination Labels which are compliant. We know the conditions of acceptability and will guide you to a compliant solution
What is a UL Approved Label?
UL Recognized Component Labels are labels which have met a permanence of marking criteria via testing (UL 969) to remain affixed to UL end-products permanently. Many UL Listed end-products require warnings, cautions, electrical ratings, installation information, and other types of safety-related information which are permanently affixed to the UL end-product. Label constructions must be suitable under specific Conditions of Acceptability which are outlined in UL 969. What is considered is how well the label construction will permanently adhere to the UL end-product given the application surface, temperature, indoor/outdoor use, and other additional conditions like the presence of cooking oil, gasoline, etc. Note that if the marks are added to safety-related information printed on the label it is called a Combination Label.
UL labels can be very confusing. We can eliminate the confusion and provide you with an approved construction that has been tested with those test methods prescribed in UL969 Marking and Labeling Systems.
How to Order UL Compliant Labels
If you would like to save yourself a lot of TIME, and need a UL compliant label (UL Recognized Component Label) which has been tested to those test methods outlined in UL 969 Marking and Labeling Systems, please contact us and have answers to the following questions:
- Will this label just bear (be printed with) the appropriate UL marks only? (No safety-related information printed on the label. If so, contact us immediately… we have the answer… no need to further answer questions
- What surface will the label be applied to?
- Is the label for indoor or outdoor use or both?
- What will we print on the label?
- Will you be printing on the label via thermal transfer ribbon?
- What temperatures will the label be exposed to?
- Are there any special conditions the label will be exposed to? (lubricating oil, gasoline splashing, cooking oil, high humidity, water, Etc.…)
Where are UL Labels Typically Found?
UL labels are typically used in electronic applications, including household appliances and other consumer goods. Other industries that use UL labels include: medical, industrial, and outdoor applications. Some common products to which UL labels can be applied include:
- Lighting equipment, including light bulbs
- Cooking equipment
- Metal boxes that house electronic equipment, both outdoors and in industrial automation settings
- Control boxes
- Office furniture that contains electrical outlets
- Luggage with charging stations
- Any many other applications
Types of Recognized Component Labels
PGDQ2 Marking and Labeling Systems
These compliant UL recognized component labels would be printed at our manufacturing facility and shipped to you. No other printing would be added to these labels.
PGJI2 Marking and Labeling Systems – Printing Materials
These compliant UL recognized component labels receive printing added by you via thermal transfer ribbon. (please note we sell the ribbons which are UL compliant, as well as thermal transfer printers)
This occurs when a UL Certifications Mark is also printed on a Recognized Component Label. So on a Combination Label, there is printed safety-related information and other information as well as the UL Certifications Mark.
To order your UL label, please call 866-937-1125 today!