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March 14th, 2018
UL Certifies First Low Carbon Monoxide Portable Generator to ANSI/UL 2201

Techtronic Industries Ryobi branded portable generator model RY907022FI demonstrates compliance to UL safety certification requirements for mitigating carbon monoxide output NORTHBROOK, Ill., March 15, 2018 — Portable generators marketed under the Ryobi brand (model RY907022FI) have achieved UL certification to ANSI/UL 2201. ANSI/UL 2201, Standard for Carbon Monoxide (CO) Emission Rate of Portable Generators, addresses… read more

February 23rd, 2018
Meet the UL AM Team at AMUG

We know the AMUG Conference can be a whirlwind of activities, learning and networking. That’s why we’re offering multiple ways to meet the UL AM team at the show.   SCHEDULE A ONE-ON-ONE APPOINTMENT WITH THE UL AM TEAM The UL AM team will be available during the Expo at Booth 28 as well as… read more

February 23rd, 2018
UL leading development of UL / ANSI standard for 3D printer emissions testing and evaluation

UL’s  not-for-profit Chemical Safety Research Group has been studying the  indoor air quality impact of 3D Printing. The research that was done jointly with the Georgia Institute of Technology focused on the characterization of ultrafine particle and chemical emissions during operation of the devices.  A Summit in 2017 brought academic and government researchers and policy… read more

October 10th, 2017
We Want Your Input on Standards Development!

UL Environment will be testing a new standards development process this November and we want you to participate. We are trying to shake up traditional standards development by engaging with as many stakeholders as possible during the initial development of the standard. Traditionally, standards are developed by a small group of stakeholders who represent all… read more

September 19th, 2017
Appliance Advisor Issue 3 2017

Find our latest newsletter at the resource link below. Get insightful news on upcoming training opportunities for the appliances and hvac/r industries, Standards updates, global news and much more. In this Issue: UL Acquires AE Performance Lab A Letter From Alessio Dellanoce Upcoming UL Education & Training for the Appliances Industry Safety and Accessibility Working Together… read more

July 26th, 2017
Who wants to be the Volvo of 3D Printing?

John Hauer, CEO of 3D Printing consultancy Get3DSmart, shares his perspective on the need to address safety concerns within the desktop 3D printer market. Norm Lowe, UL’s Global Program Manager for Digital Manufacturing, contributes to the discussion with industry data and how UL views safety as a competitive advantage for 3D Printing equipment manufacturers. Read… read more

June 28th, 2017
Standards Corner – Issue 2 2017

By Deborah Prince / UL Standards Program Manager Standards information link: Sign up for “What’s New” at: by selecting “Join Email List” on the What’s New site to receive email notifications twice a month listing the various UL, UL Environment, and ULC Standards documents published during that timeframe.   Standards Update UL 1786… read more

June 28th, 2017
UL 8800: UL’s Outline of Investigation for Horticultural Lighting Equipment

By Ed Joseph / UL Principal Engineer – Lighting On May 4, 2017, UL announced the publication of the first edition of UL’s Outline of Investigation for Horticultural Lighting Equipment, UL 8800. UL 8800 provides a published set of safety requirements specific to lighting equipment intended for installation within a horticultural environment. It is the… read more

February 1st, 2017
UL and the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster announce Collaboration

UL, a global safety science organization, and the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC), part of the Innovation Cluster Program (ICP) led by NTUitive, announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in which the two organizations will collaborate to develop an ecosystem for Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies in Singapore. Areas of cooperation include… read more

August 29th, 2016
Challenges & strategies for 3DP/AM equipment compliance

In the ongoing effort of the 3D Printing/Additive Manufacturing (3DP/AM) industry to fulfill its promise and achieve its growth potential, multiple challenges have yet to be overcome. As foundational as it seems, 3DP/AM equipment safety and compliance remains an obstacle for many 3DP/AM technology innovators and manufacturers. The industry wants to produce safe and compliant… read more