Update: UL has revised their Printing UL Marks document to version 6.0. This change includes references to the new enhanced marks. More importantly, it also made a fairly significant update to the authorization path for Type R Marks. UL has explicitly stated that it will no longer review artwork submitted from label printers–only the end user of the labels. […]
The name for the umbrella program that maintains the integrity of the UL mark. Not nearly as exciting as bottle service.
When it comes to printing custom UL certification Marks (aka the UL logo), there are two types of Follow-Up Service (FUS): Type R and Type L. Which “type” a label falls into, varies by product category and depends on what level of control UL wants over the printing process. If you are unsure of which […]
Here are some helpful tips I’ve compiled over the years working with companies to produce their Underwriter’s Laboratories labels: (1) Do sweat the details: There’s a lot of details and jargon–but they are important. For example, did you know the difference between PGJI2 and PGJI8 compliant labels is literally a country (USA versus Canada in this case)? […]