A UL product certification is a valuable marketing tool. It means your product or company has successfully met stringent standards for product safety.

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UL Marks for Canada and the United Statesback to top

Type L and Type R Listing Marks for Canada and the United Statesback to top

UL Classification Marks for Canada and the United Statesback to top

UL Recognized Component Marks for Canada and the United Statesback to top

UL Energy Listed and Component Recognition Marksback to top

UL EPH Listed and Classified Marksback to top

Note: The Canadian EPH Mark that appears in the Camera-Ready Artwork is reserved for future use.

UL Environment ECOLOGO and Multi-attribute Sustainability Certification Marksback to top

UL Environment GREENGUARD Certification Markback to top

UL Environment Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) Certificationsback to top

UL Energy Efficiency Certification Marksback to top

UL Functional Safety Marksback to top

UL Gas-Fired Listing Marks for Canada and the United Statesback to top

UL Listing and Classified Marine Marks for Canada and the United Statesback to top

UL Performance Verified Markback to top

UL Plumbing Markback to top

UL Security Markback to top

UL Signaling Markback to top

UL Security & Signaling Markback to top

UL Classified Water Quality Markback to top

UL Classified Water Quality Mark for Canadaback to top

UL Certified Water Quality Markback to top

UL Registered Firm Markback to top

UL-AR Mark and S-Mark for Argentinaback to top

UL-BR Mark and INMETRO Mark for Brazilback to top

UL-EU Markback to top

D Mark for Europeback to top

ENEC Mark for Europeback to top

UL GS Mark for Europeback to top

Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) for United Kingdomback to top

UL-MX NOM Marks for Mexicoback to top

S-Mark for Japanback to top

UL Japan Mark for PV Modulesback to top

Qualified SFRM Contractor Markback to top

Qualified Firestop Contractor Marks for the United States and Canadaback to top