A ULC or UL mark on a product means that ULC or UL has tested and evaluated representative samples of that product and determined that they meet ULC/UL’s requirements. In addition, products are periodically checked by ULC/UL at the manufacturing facility to make sure they continue to meet ULC and/or UL requirements.
There are several types of UL and ULC Marks. Each has its own specific meaning and significance. The only way to determine if a product has been certified by UL or ULC is to look for the UL and /or the ULC Mark on the product itself. In a few instances, the UL or ULC Mark may be present only on the packaging of a product.
The ULC Mark may be only used on or in connection with products certified by ULC and under the terms of written agreement with ULC.
The UL Mark may be only used on or in connection with products certified by UL and under the terms of written agreement with UL.
In addition to these marks, ULC and UL also provide access to the marks required in a number of other key world markets.
Building Envelope Performance
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ULC certifications and ULC Evaluation Reports provide the technical foundation relied upon by architects, designers, contractors and code authorities to provide safe, code compliant...
Building and Construction Materials
Fire Door & Fire Window Testing Full certification services ULC offers full certification services for fire doors, fire door hardware and fire windows which...
Fire Resistant and Firestop Products and Systems
Fire Resistive Assemblies Containing fire at the zone of origin Fire-resistive assemblies include floors, roofs, walls, beams and columns. These assemblies are designed to...
The Fire Protection Division’s suppression team supports manufacturers, authorities having jurisdiction (AHJs), building owners and insurance companies by offering certification and customized testing services...
Flammable & Combustible Fluids (Gas & Oil) The term “Gas & Oil” equipment encompasses over 150 different types of products intended for the handling...
Personal Protective Equipment
Evidence that Personal Protective Equipment Meets the Applicable Requirements Fire fighters, and those who purchase fire-fighting equipment and protective clothing, have a vital interest...
Life Safety and Security
In Canada, ULC is the leading third-party certification agency for security and signaling products and systems. A ULC certification provides the quickest and surest...
Qualified Contractor Programs
The Qualified Contractor Programs provide architects, Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs), general contractors, manufacturers, building owners and others with a way to identify Contractors that...
Fire and Security Alarm Certificate Programs
ULC’s Fire and Security Alarm System certificate programs provide Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJs), Insurance Companies, and Municipalities/Government with a convenient, reliable way to identify...
EMC Certification Services
Whether you’re an ITE, medical or appliances manufacturer, you need to get your products tested for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) in order to gain the...
Field Evaluation Services
ULC’s Field Evaluation Services is intended to provide the means for evaluating products in the field and, if found in compliance with the requirements of...
The CB Scheme
As national economies become global, it’s increasingly important that countries work together to facilitate international trade. The CB Scheme, established by the International Electrotechnical...
For more than 80 years, UL has been one of the most trusted resources for product safety, certification and related information in Canada. Our...