ETL & UL certified
ETL is the exclusive mark of Intertek, the world's leading quality and safety services company, dating back to 1896. After the great American inventor Edison founded the Lamp Testing Bureau, he changed its name to "Electrical Testing Laboratories" in 1904, which is today's ETL and enjoys a high reputation in the United States and the world. Over a century since its inception, ETL has grown into a diverse laboratory and is listed as a Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Testing Laboratory-NRTL). At the same time, the Standards Council of Canada-SCC also recognizes ETL as an Accredited Certification Body and an Accredited Testing Organization, and recognizes it as an independent product safety certification organization in Canada.
The U.S. federal authorities do not have any mandatory certification requirements for electrical products, and recognizes most certification agencies including ETL, UL, etc. In fact, as long as the NRTL is recognized by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), it can provide independent evaluation, testing and certification services for electrical products and gas (fuel) products according to current safety standards.
Like UL and CSA, ETL can test and issue ETL certification marks according to UL standards or American national standards, and can also test and issue composite certification marks according to UL standards or American national standards and CSA standards or Canadian standards. The "us" in the lower right of the ETL mark is for the United States, the "c" in the lower left is for Canada, and both "us" and "c" are available in both countries.
Any electrical, mechanical or electromechanical product that bears the ETL mark indicates that the product has met the minimum requirements of the generally recognized US and Canadian product safety standards, which have been tested by Intertek, the Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL), to meet the Relevant national standards; and it also means that the production factory agrees to receive strict regular inspections to ensure the consistency of product quality, which can be sold to the United States and Canada. For distributors, retailers and consumers, it means they have purchased a product that has been tested and certified by a third party.
As a professional third-party testing laboratory in China, ZCE has a good cooperative relationship with Intertek and can help major factories and traders apply for ETL certification.
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